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Useful ways r/c helicopters are being used
Tags: Syma X9
July 2, 2015 - 3:35 pm
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Re: your mention of the GoPro camera:  Google up the Dazzne P2 camera.  I've read reviews that put it on a par with the GoPro.  It's a beautiful little camera and it costs less than $100.   

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July 1, 2015 - 3:04 pm
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Hey there pilots!

  It's been 2 of the quietest weeks here on the forum. Hopefully everyone is OK and doing well.

It's summer vacation time here in the Americas and I hope everyone gets a break from 

life and gets some good flights in! I'm working on the review of the S6 but finding

learning outdoor 4-channel is quite a job. Spoiler alert: This quad is AWESOME!!!!!

  I'm seeing a few new members here, but no posts, so welcome and let's hear what

you want to chat about!

  MikeK's entry gave an intersting look into how our quads, drones, or whatever you call

them has become part of everyday life now. Here in the U.S.A, he reported on the shark

attack beach patrol, one was used to fly into the collapse of the Corvette Museum in

Kentucky, and now Amazon is testing them for delivery. Even home sellers are using these 

to take pictures of property.  One short story close to me:

As Mrs. Jam and I like exploring lighthouses, we are finding lighthouse keepers are using

camera-equipped helis to examine the exteriors of their lighthouses to check for cracks,

peeling paint, structural damage after storms, etc.

  If any one of you find such a story, please let us know! We need to share the fact that we

do not operate "spy planes" and SYMA needs to be more competitve in the 

pro-flyer market, thus developing technologies that would enhance products for us hobbiests

to enjoy (as if the X6C isn't enough, maybe team up with GoPro!) Sidebar: the S107 is still

the star product but new color-schemes would be nice.

  Have a great safe summer everyone and check back and post often!



"Well my heart beat's going faster, as I get on my (S107) 707.


                                                  Steve Miller Band

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