What would you like to know? :-) The camera is a Kodak Advantix F350 - the first APS camera Kodak ever made. It's a fixed-focus,
1/250-sec shutter speed, autowinding camera. I modified it to work with Rob Nees' AYUCR camera controller, which I assembled from parts in my junkbox. By disconnecting the flash-capacitor, the camera can take a picture every 1.6 seconds. The camera is mounted within a shroud so that the lens of the camera is pointed downwards along the axis of the rocket, pointed slightly outward to get a good field-of-view. I don't use mirrors at all.
The digital camera I used to take the video in the above link is an HP PhotoSmart 435. I use the same type of AYUCR controller to drive it... with a few modifications to the code so that it'll work with a point-and-shoot digital camera instead of a pencam.
It was an AMW K800BB motor. Baro altitude from my GWiz was 3387 feet, accelerometer-integrated altitude was approx. 3900 feet. Split the difference, and say 3500 feet at apogee.
The sad thing is - when the parachute tangled, it came down hard enough to break the couplers in almost every joint, split my camera bay at a winding-seam, and cracked a kevlar-reinforced fin down to the root! I've decided that I'm not going to rebuild it - I'm moving on to the 5.5-inch version... I'm going to try and do that build concurrently with my L3 project. (Which is about halfway completed at the moment.)