I currently have three kites: a Rokkaku (Rok) with a rainbow coloured spiral design, a FLED which is gold, black and white, and an ITW 9-ft. Levitation Delta Light which is red, yellow, orange, purple and black. The Rok is ideal for wind speeds between 15-30 km/h. The FLED is suited for lower wind speeds between 10-20 km/h. The Levi-light is also a low wind kite, capable of flying at lower wind speed than the FLED.
The remote-controlled rig that houses the camera is fastened to the kite line between 100 ft. to 300 ft. below the kite, depending on circumstances. The camera is remote controlled and can be rotated 360 degrees horizontally and tilted 90 degrees from horizontal to straight down.
I have also equipped myself with a lighter, AutoKAP rig for very low wind days. The Levi-Light is great with AutoKAP. AutoKAP doesn't have remote control and therefore is lighter. The rig automatically rotates 30 degrees every 5 seconds in my case, and snaps one shot. Adjustment for camera tilt is done before launching and is fixed throughout the session unless you lower the camera to adjust it.