MrPolymers: I wish that's all my Cheerson CX 20 did at LVC "Low voltage cutoff". The Cheerson flips to the ground. I need to run a timer and not exceed 6 1/2 minutes. Was this HD video? It was only uploaded at 360p????
MrHauf85: crash?, thumbs down
qwerty: I wouldn't call this a crash..
elsinidentidad: Did you have the opportunity to recover the model?
Pier Lim: Was wondering, how long did you fly it for? What's the max flight time for this?
latjjtal: Here are some fun facts for your US-centric worldview:
1. There are many more English speakers outside of the U.S. than within.
2. Most users & pages on the Internet are not from the U.S.
3. Although computers were first networked together with TCP/IP in the U.S., the world wide web, h-ttp and HTML were all invented in France by a Brit.
4. There are more english speakers in India, Pakistan, and the Philippines than in the UK.
5. vpoten is from Spain- were over 10 million people speak English.
walruspictures: No, but certainly there is a large amount of people from the US on the interenet. Considering it was an American invention and the US is one of the most populated 1st world countries. Not to mention this video is in English, and the landscape doesn't look at all like england.
TheFoxlad69: Its a thing in Aus!
latjjtal: Do you think everyone on the Internet is from the U.S.?
henshooten: OMG someone with some knowledge and reasoning ,great comment my friend
jetadmin: You're obviously far above the 400 ceiling for RC aircraft, which is a huge hazard to genera aviation aircraft. If a helicopter cruising along at a legal (for it) 500' altitude sucks your bird into its turbine engine intake, that full-size helo is going down and people will die. Metal objects as small as a bolt have destroyed turbine engines. See the wikipedia entry Foreign_object_damage to see how bad it can be.
Stop flying like a nimrod and learn the rules. AMA in the US.
Stephan Schindewolf: the 550 crashed due to an empty battery. Sorry, but simple user error.
Bob Top: In this place I should fly to clouds!
Bob Top: Lucky guy!
HTMLMacrae: 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)
Joey Romito: 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.
EMT: Thanks! They sometimes skip corners and take the easy way. If they ever did that, I suggest you consult with a paralegal or lawyer. This way they won't be able to cheat you.
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