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It's another hobby of mine and instead of making a new thread every time,
I thought it would be best to have a dedicated thread to share my drone adventures with you.
Feel free to add your images and/or videos here too.
I'll add more as I go but here's one to kick this thread off.

Taking the Benjamin Franklin experiment to new heights. :crackup:



Hope you enjoy.

RB
 



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Great Idea.... and Summer is on it's way
to the Northern Hemisphere...
Nice Pic BTW.

Jerry
 
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Nah... it's OK at this Speed...
Still need to put oil in the Harley and charge
the battery..
Need to prepare all my FPV Planes and Quads..
Trying to finish designing the new LaserBee LPMs
and get them on the Website..
Another month without Snow and same Temps
would be OK with me...;)

Jerry
 

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Great photo, Andrew. I look forward to many more from you. :thanks:
 

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@ Jerry, glad you liked it mate and I hope you can share some of your's here too when the weather permits.
That would be great. :beer:

@ Sean, it's amazing isn't it how far drone tech has come, I was blown away by the quality of image the drone produces too. :D

@ Paul, cheers buddy I'll post more as I go.

Here's another one I did last week.

 

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I have slightly bigger drone and I also prefer front seat view :p

 
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If you search for Olhos De Agua on Google Maps, and look at the photos, my photos headline the page :D I took them Last Sept mostly and I uploaded them at the beginning of the week and look at the views! (see last pic).

Anyways I have 1000's of shots from my DJI Spark....the forum friendly 800x600 format DOES NOT do them justice :/











 
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Awesome shots Ped.
What a lovely location.
:beer:

Tero, love that shot, how cool to be able to fly like that.
How high can you go in the glider?

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Awesome shots Ped.
What a lovely location.
:beer:

Tero, love that shot, how cool to be able to fly like that.
How high can you go in the glider?

:wave:
I've done 3km AGL (3,5km ASL), but if you are crazy enough you can do much higher altitudes.
But that will require oxygen mask, otherwise you're blacked out very soon if you don't have it.
 

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I've flown a plane up to about 3.8 kilometers AGL fairly regularly, thin air up there, but didn't require oxygen. I did go higher once for a few minutes, but not telling how high, it was stupid.
 

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BTW...
@ RB Dundee: Your awesome countryman still holds world record on HG flight distance.. Also, I really admire your country fellows work (I have Moyes wing) :p

Don't wanna derail this thread more... ;)
 
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I've done 3km AGL (3,5km ASL), but if you are crazy enough you can do much higher altitudes.
But that will require oxygen mask, otherwise you're blacked out very soon if you don't have it.
Wow !!
I didn't realise but yes I suppose that's right, you'd need oxygen at that hight.
Wow, cool.

I've flown a plane up to about 3.8 kilometers AGL fairly regularly, thin air up there, but didn't require oxygen. I did go higher once for a few minutes, but not telling how high, it was stupid.
I'll PM it to you, I was quite mad at the age of 25.
PM me too Chris, I'm fascinated.

Well I haven't gone that high but I have tried..... LOL.
Check out these low flying clouds....




 




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