According to the report, he told his wife in the video that he was going "somewhere wonderful".
A man who received the phone for Skydive DeLand declined to give any details about Vitantonio deaths, but offered the following statement: "We express our deepest sympathy for his family and his friends".
Vitantonio was an experienced skydiver who made over 600 jumps.
The plane, however, had already departed and her husband had left the aircraft.
Capotorto's wife rushed to the Skydive DeLand building in DeLand, Florid, a to try stop him from flying, telling Tara Richards, an employee, about the video, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Capotorto had just jumped - and like he said, he did not deploy his parachute.
DeLand Police said Vitantonio jumped and did not pull the cord to open his parachute, according to a revised police report released Friday.
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The centre said Mr Capotorto was a licenced sky-diver with the appropriate training to jump alone and had paid for the flight.
But the plane, with 27-year-old Capotorto Vitantonio inside, had already taken off. Vitantonio's body was found face down in a field a short time later.
Officials began to search for Vitantonio from the sky and the ground.
As noted by the Post, Vitantonio's Facebook page displays many photos showing him skydiving, either in tandem dives or solo, while wearing a GoPro camera.
Vitantonio's #suicide is reportedly the fifth death within four years at the skydiving center.
The couple both worked at United Parachute Technologies, a company that makes containers for parachutes.