Roberto Rossi: In this place I should fly to clouds!
Roberto Rossi: Lucky guy!
CxC_personal: i think live video feed is good idea and a led for power status:-D
GeorgeBonez: Tree's are AWESOME sometimes :) hehe
GeorgeBonez: What do you think it is? Looks like a quad to me? And I think a guy that has the balls to fly this high & far would know what his own aircraft is and he calls it a "quad".. Just sayin :)
GeorgeBonez: Hey dude can you post or tell where you get this info because everything that I read seems to say that 400ft is the R/C limit in the USA...
caméra embarquée: my chanel in Belgium (Bruxelles)
SticknStringArchery: There is no 400ft limit people. The FAA tried to impose a ceiling bit failed. Do your research. 400Ft would limit rc aircraft to a ceiling that would inhibit their ability to fly comfortably and safely. I fly my quad at 500-2000 feet regularly.
Oliver Gallimore: I don't think that's a quad
Armoroid1: you're lucky it didn't loose complete power and fall from that high
Venim0: This is awesome. All the people saying "its too high" "unsafe" come on. He's flying in a giant field.
Hurminator2: Yep (((
Sonny Osb: All it will take is one person flying too high and finding one airplane to crash into and the Feds will put a stop to all the Quads and FPV, new regs and new laws and enforcment!!!!
Crag19: Trees are a great place to land. Most times you don't get a lot of damage I have experience with that 4 times :>)
Crag19: Having to much fun!
prosperomage: Not likely. Even if there's a collision. And that's pretty unlikely in the first place.
Storm Multirotors: You wanna see someone make us look bad? Search "Nasty DJI Phantom crash into wind turbine". The idiot flew it into a wind turbine, and then posted it on youtube, and then claimed he did no damage to the turbine.
Storm Multirotors: I recently got about 400m out of it- I was flying line of sight, and I was out in the middle of nowhere so nothing could have been interfering with it. If I go up higher, the range goes farther, but it's still not what the 600mw is rated for.
CloseUpAerial: That's injuring one-two people at most. Hit a plane and you're freaked.
Dylan Neild: Where are you flying and do you have line of sight? Transmission power increase or no, the 5.8g spectrum has issues with line of sight loss and obstacle penetration. In a rural area you could probably send a stock 250mw transmitter for 500m or more with line of sight. In an urban area, substantially less (buildings + 5.8g 802.11n wifi interference, etc).
prosperomage: There's a lot greater chance of someone getting seriously injured by a low-flying drone over people than a drone flying at aviation altitude over open territory.
CloseUpAerial: I've injured my self with one, and you are correct! But commercial flying for festivals and such isn't the same as going sky high and posing a threat to national airspace. Low altitute is the way to go. Go high and you're displaying kind of an attitude of "not giving a freak" which in my opinion is bad. People making art with drones is fine id say, but going high altitude is a whole different and dangerous league that none of us should go into.
Alexander Tuul: Hey! Check out my channel. I will post more multirotor and aerial photography clips in the future :) Thanks!
NoahStudios: The public will see drones as a BIGGER threat if they get injured by one. I watched some of your videos flying low over crowds. There is no such thing as a foolproof multirotor. A small mechanical failure sends it into the crowd and then what? If you haven't seen what a 10" prop can do to human flesh you should look it up. Your comment is very hypocritical. At least this guy was out away from civilians.
Merlin Spiers: could have been far worst
Storm Multirotors: Lol no offense, just trying to help out :)
theeltea: My bad then!
Storm Multirotors: Yes, he said 900 feet is 300m, and that 900 feet / 300m is over the legal limit of 400ft... Therefore making it unsafe, which also means awesome.
Storm Multirotors: I could never get that far on the fatshark predator v2! 300m max! And I'm using a 600mw 5.8 immersionRC transmitter, not the stock 250mw one. Also spironet antennas- Do you have any idea why I have such short range?
sysMAXXX: still. thx for the ride
theeltea: 400ft isn't 300m.
Der Watz: What crash, just a bad landing ...
Visi H.: I need to ask you something, do you have any knowledge, if I want to travel with it, how the compass survives the security scanning at the airport ???? Sorry my English I am german and my son bought one
WildAndLiving: If you go into airplane space that's the legal way to send up things like weather ballons you send a plan in saying I want to send up a balloon tomorrow this is the wind direction and were it should end up when it comes don as long as it doesn't mess with other aircraft that fly in the area and have plans it will get approved. That's how it's supposed to work but people do what ever and don't care.
Weston Gleave: Thats 900 feet he is easily over 400ft and thats unsafe
Weston Gleave: Are you serious?
Weston Gleave: Granted but its still irresponsible of him to fly that high. Telemetry or not. And true those systems are great. but they aren't fool proof and do fail. So maybe you should think before you speak on other knowledge. I run 3DR and NAZA in two separate multi's just for your knowledge.
But thanks for the input chief.
vpoten: Fat Shark predator v2 bundle
Ryan Arroyo: What FPV system are you using?
Long Range FPV Quadcopter .TBS Discovery: Ever thought about fitting a mini emergency parachute.
CryShadeNetworks: did it survive
D. Hansel: Today while observing a Ham Radio Balloon Launch in Wharton Texas I made the comment about how cool it was to see the quad copters with FPV. One of the men told me the balloon launch almost did not go off. He said Texas has banned ALL cameras on RC, Quad Copters and other aerial drones. If this spreads throughout the country it will kill FPV hobby. The law has something to do with unauthorized filming of homes and land.
George Murray: damn you got lucky!!
radagenais: Wow you got off easy with that tree catch.
erich greenebaum: Hi Weston - I don't know what country he's in - but telemetry is quite common on these setups - my d3Robotics rig has full telemetry, completely autonomous autopilot with GPS and OpticalFlow based position hold, etc.
Maybe you aren't really knowledgeable enough to hold an opinion one way or the other?
NVSEUFOs: Just for curiosity, how the heck you know how high he was flying?
MrStaggerLeeee: I think people who kill other people without a trial is those who give drones a bad reputation.
hanoverview: wow that was hard to watch
Aay Zee: crash at 7:10.
Quadcopter FPV crash after high altitude and 1km range4.4
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