FWIW, I don't think he got his PFD view and wing camera in sync - but not a giant surprise.How would you see flex if the image stabilization is distorting the footage?
That would seem to be a contradiction, no? Or is there some way to tell when the camera is jumping as opposed to the airplane?
Edit: for instance right here [10:12] on the ground roll, we see that the wing bars on the PFD are perfectly still, but the wing view is jumping up and down. What's going on there?
Edit 2: Also here, one minute later at 11:12. After it settles down from the oscillation, we see the underwing shot showing up and down motion while the attitude indicator is [momentarily] still.
If you look at the final landing, the PFD view is about 2 seconds ahead of the wing camera based on the landing jolts.
12:45 = first bump on the panel view 12:47 = first touchdown 12:48 = more violent landing in panel view 12:50 = more violent landing