Leza-Lockwood's Air Cam: Low and Slow Is No Sweat in This Two-Seat Twin

And now for something completely different: the Leza-Lockwood Air Cam. The Air Cam looks like a twin-engine ultralight with a serious glandular problem. Instead, it's an experimental-category/amateur-built kitplane specially designed for aerial photography and videography hence the name over terrain where two engines are a distinct advantage. AVweb's Dave Higdon put the Air Cam through its paces. Here's his report.

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