- Cool Video – filming from RC Quadcopter but no bikes anywhere to be seen
[video]http://youtu.be/f5plhDGyCiQ[/video]Posted 6 years ago
Not sure what i’d do with it but I really want a quadcopter…Posted 6 years ago
I had never even heard of them until I happened across this. So….. ^+1Posted 6 years ago
And for some balance, here’s one with some biking in it!
😉Posted 6 years ago
I’ve got a DJI Phanton with my GoPro 2 underneath on a brushless gimbal. I really bought it for work but its such fun I pleasure fly it more than work with it.Posted 6 years ago
@maxtorque, thought that seemed familiar its Whiterooms isn’t it?Posted 6 years ago
A mate of a mate does a bit of quadcopter footage, when he is not flying about in his paramotor. Quite impressive quality too:
More here: http://www.youtube.com/user/scottishmotormanPosted 6 years ago
Indeed it is PP. He makes that 29er dance round those hairpins! 😉Posted 6 years ago
Great stuff! How much do you need to spend to be able to get a decent enough camera airborn?Posted 6 years ago
My friend Gary is handy with his copters… 🙂
Fatbike film coming soon 😉
A new view of the Harvest!
And a whole new angle on plouging!
[video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cows8ZfmLFk&feature=c4-overview&list=UUIfBm-S3nQrGif75c9xG3hA[/video]Posted 6 years ago
£400 plus the camera is possible.Posted 6 years ago
I don’t go for pointless gadgets but my god I want this. I’m a sucker for alternative viewpoints of the world!
How high can one of these things go? And could you train it to follow you as you ride?
OMG.. the possibilities…Posted 6 years ago
GPS “follow me” is possible, staying away from powerlines 😆
As i said were working on something cool 😉 bloody winds are holding things up! 🙂Posted 6 years ago
400 feet is the legal max height in the UK but most drones will fly way higher than that. The max vertical and horizontal distances can be limited in the software as well which is handy. You can fly beyond how far you see using the camera to send video back to a little TV or a set of goggles.Posted 6 years ago
One limitation is battery life, ten minutes on a Phantom is about it.
I’m very interested in anything anyone manages to build and can operate that can take a payload of about 3-4KG incorporating an RC orientable brushless gimble.
I have cameras available to test. NW Based if anyone is interested.Posted 6 years ago
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