The camera is an Oregon Scientific "ATC mini" action cam that I got on amazon.com for $40; I used its "tripod adapter"mount and threaded a 1/4in bolt thru some pipe and a tee with half cut off, hose clamped to the frame as a mount. Its simple and sturdy, but transfers a lot of vibration to the camera, and that makes the footage, well, less than perfect. Lastly, I used some red, green, and black electrical tape to indicate orientation, the black stripes is the back side, green is right (starboard) and red is left (port). I have not yet played with the PI values that are tuneable on the KK board, and so while usable, the octocopter is not quite as stable as it should be. Still, the fact that it flies pretty good with stock settings is pretty awesome. I expect it to get much more stable when I properly tweak the PI settings and perhaps the altitude dampining.
So on to what everyone really cares about, the videos of it in action! The first two are good if you get bored quickly, they are short and you see it reletavely close up and doing cool stuff. The middle two are if you want to see a bit of a longer video, and were actually taken first, but they get a little boring. The last two are also slightly boring, they are the footage shot by the ATC mini mounted on the octocopter. Enjoy.