Pier Lim: Was wondering, how long did you fly it for? What's the max flight time for
elsinidentidad: Did you have the opportunity to recover the model?
FPV QUADS: Quadcopter FPV crash
Merlin Spiers: could have been far worst
TheFoxlad69: Its a thing in Aus!
smoothvirus: what size battery? mah?
theeltea: My bad then!
pinoydad0811: nice flight ...how far out were you ..and how far is home from where it hit
the tree ..one more thing ..what board were you using ..i can see you have
450 frame if thatis a quad
r1turk80: you need manual mode selectable so if you need a fast decent just flip it
upside down for a few seconds :)
vpoten: Fat Shark predator v2 bundle
Rene Kreher: 20k clicks for such a baaaaad video...... omg......
Sagehillspilot: I lost my home made FPV plane 2 and a half miles from launch after getting
footage of flying over a cellphone tower. But I got disoriented and made a
power off landing. Bent the nose. I spent 2 hours searching for it, I found
it right next to where I parked I put a beeper on it after that :)
vpoten: I went 1km away and it crashed 100m away from home. Using Ardupilot APM2
Anders Iversen: If i one could jump to the crash...
Zac Mitchell: sweet landing man
Roger hammond: Great tip! I have a f450 with dji naza and really struggle to get it down,
fighting with its own wash... any tips for that?
Eren Topuz: Nice landing, and thank the tree :)
FPVav8tr: Ouch....funny....but ouch. :)
oliverg98: I don't think that's a quad
Weston Gleave: Are you serious?
G Rees: It will basically just tumble through the air until it hits the ground, and
the motors are direct drive.
Loke Man: Gotcha. I knew it sounded kinda low compared to mine. You have the factory
ARF kit or are you using different motors and ESCs? I am thinking of
building an F550 soon and don't know how the factory motors compare to
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
peepsdayz: 7:00 thank me later :p
prosperomage: Not likely. Even if there's a collision. And that's pretty unlikely in the
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.
latjjtal: Do you think everyone on the Internet is from the U.S.?
muffdriver69: well.... at least it crashed in the tree.
r1turk80: soz that was my other account via my mobile below lol. yep try the throttle
pos trick. Failing that just get a KK2 with v1.6 fw ;) see this video for a
demo of my f330 clone. has a few wobbles cos the motors torque the arms a
bit but I think there is an inverted descent or two thrown in somewhere.:)
multihjalle: mount a cyclops breeze or nova or storm osd on your fpv rigg let yo see
where you are and how much battery you have left and what it has taken from
your battery a cheap investment ,
caméra embarquée: my chanel in Belgium (Bruxelles)
Esteban Rivera: wrong. you can get a license
GeorgeBonez: Dont be to hard on him ok! He thinks that all of the vids that he watches
were taken inside the USA! We truly are under assault but he doesn’t
realize that other countries are ver laxed in their FPV laws! The good ole
USE (THE HOME OF THE FREE)? Yeah whatever!
CryShadeNetworks: did it survive
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...
vpoten: The total weight is 1400g and the flying time was approximately 10 min. The
battery wasn't fully charged.
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.
Yaniel: Don't assume every country has the same laws.
vpoten: turnigy nano-tech 3s 4500Mah 25-50C
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
theeltea: 400ft isn't 300m.
Stephen Workman: Haven't played with naza yet. Maybe gains are too high. There is a maximum
decent rate for the naza I think so maybe just coming down faster than you
think and making it wobble. Leaning into adescent and spiralling down with
low throttle might give a more controlled fast decent. You could try to
find a sweet spot on your throttle range where you get a smooth decent and
set this as a minimum throttle position on your tx and have a 'descent
switch' to mix it on or off when as needed?
henshooten: OMG someone with some knowledge and reasoning ,great comment my friend
ihgufyrtdedftghuijkh: ahahahah calm down dude
TheUnDeRGRouNDHoBo: mate that was a awesome catch by the tree
Roberto Rossi: Lucky guy!
TFRdrones: That's the nicest crash i ever seen from a quad running out power on high
altitude , i guess that tree safe your quad by breaking the fall .