Here's two very nice scenes in the Seattle area - the Mukilteo lighthouse and the magnificent Snoqualmie Falls - huge after a storm. In fact, at about 2:50 into the video you'll see the craft heading THROUGH some drenching spray towards the falls, throwing my video feed into fits. Somehow the quad came back without shorting out something, but it was some scary flying as there was no real recovery plan of anything that went into that gorge.
This particular video is done totally FPV (first person view flying using the camera only) as all the scenes were out of my direct view. One of the things I love about this activity is the ability to share images from places where human beings can't really even get to - images not normally able to be seen at all. Along with great music by Jesse Cook, I hope you enjoy it.
Using the TBS Discovery quadcopter
NAZA flight controller
10 inch Gemfan props
JR 9503 2.4 Ghz transmitter
1.2 Ghz RMRC 300 mw video equipment
IBCrazy's Circular Polarized antennas on both sides
12 DB gain patch antenna and V transmit antenna for distance flights
600 line RMRC FPV camera
Go Pro Hero 3 Black camera for video recording
Eagle Tree telemetry and On Screen Display (OSD)
RMRC onboard barometric altimeter
RMRC DVR recorder for telemetry (shown in this video)
Loc8tor Lost Model Alarm
2 GPS Devices on board - NAZA and Eagle Tree
Adobe Premiere Elements Video Editing
Lenovo laptop computers
Go Pro Professional Cases
Standard YouTube License
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