Camroc 808, a tribute!
In 1966 Estes Industries offered the Camroc, the first commercially produced camera designed to be carried aloft by a model rocket. For most kids it was overly complicated to use and to get good results but the opportunity to see the world from the view of your rocket drove many to send the Camroc aloft.
If you want to read more about the original Camroc - here's a great blog to read
This tribute to the Camroc gives you that classic look with an update to record 1080p video - as in more frames, in color and at a higher resolution.
Addition parts you will need.
1 - 808 based keychain camera (most should work with this design)
1 - BT 50 based rocket (like an Alpha)
1 - BT 50 (about 8")
1 - BT-20 motor tube
1 - Motor retention clip
1 - Engine block
1 - shock cord
1 - Parachute
1 - Nylon Zip tie (or more)
If you want to fly with TWO cameras - check out the Camroc Duo here