EAA's Photo department is looking for a second aircraft to support the Cessna 210J currently used for
it's air-to-air photography work during AirVenture Oshkosh. The aircraft carries EAA's photographer and a video cameraman for shooting aircraft throughout the event. These images are then used in future EAA publications, web-based video, calendars, and other outlets.
Types most suited for this mission are either a Cessna 210J (1968/1969) or a Piper Lance, which offer the best speed range and payload, and sight lines for photographers and videographers. Photo planes are flown by EAA's own photo pilots and are always operated with two pilots on board to ensure the flights are conducted safely and professionally.
If you have either of these aircraft and are interested in helping EAA with these important photo missions, please contact Jim Koepnick or Sean Elliott.