VIDEOS MADE BY THE UDI U13A R/C CAMERA HELICOPTER (Pg. 5)



Videos Made By the UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter (Pg. 5)
Last updated 10-15-14





Flight of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter.

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the early-evening of 09-28-14. (or, "2014 28 Sep." or even, "September 28, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were mainly clear, temperature of 63F (17.2C), and winds generally calm.

This flight was made after removing the entire tail rotor ass'y (because it was totally nonfunctional) and taping a quarter (a United States 25 coin) and a nickel (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy.

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Flights of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter.

Flights took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the morning of 09-28-14. (or, "2014 28 Sep." or even, "September 28, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were low clouds, temperature of 43F (6.1C), and winds calm.

These flights were made after removing the entire tail rotor ass'y (because it was totally nonfunctional) and taping a quarter (a United States 25 coin) and a nickel (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy.

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Flights of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter.

Flights took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the early-evening of 09-27-14. (or, "2014 27 Sep." or even, "September 27, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were mostly sunny, temperature of 68F (11.7C), and winds gusing from the E at 6mph (5.19kts, 9.66kph).

These flights were made after removing the entire tail rotor ass'y and taping a quarter (a United States 25 coin) and a nickel (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy.

The two crashes are where it collided with overhead CATV wires. Without a tail rotor, the heli essentially has no 'brakes'.

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Flight of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter.

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the morning of 09-27-14. (or, "2014 27 Sep." or even, "September 27, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were dense fog (which is IFR for real pilots, but VFR for R/C pilots making low-altitude flights), temperature of 53F (11.7C), and winds calm.

This flight was made after removing the entire tail rotor ass'y and taping a quarter (a United States 25 coin) and a nickel (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy.

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Another afternoon flight of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter.

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the afternoon of 09-26-14. (or, "2014 26 Sep." or even, "September 26, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were partly cloudy, temperature of 65F (18.3C), and winds gusting out of the S at 8mph (6.92kts, 12.88kph)

This flight was made after removing the entire tail rotor ass'y and taping a quarter (a United States 25 coin) and a nickel (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy.

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An afternoon flight of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter.

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the afternoon of 09-26-14. (or, "2014 26 Sep." or even, "September 26, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were partly cloudy, temperature of 65F (18.3C), and winds gusting out of the S at 11mph (9.515kts, 17.71kph)

This flight was made after removing the entire tail rotor ass'y and taping a quarter (a United States 25 coin) and a nickel (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy.

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Another dawn flight of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter.

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the morning of 09-25-14. (or, "2014 25 Sep." or even, "September 25, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were cloudy with light fog (though still VFR for R/C pilots), temperature of 51F (10.5C), and winds calm.

This flight was made after removing the entire tail rotor ass'y and taping a quarter (a United States 25 coin) and a nickel (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy.

I made the flight before the sun came up so as to allow you to see the colorful & gay
* lights on the heli's canopy & tail boom.

More info. about the UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter on my website in its eval. at http://ledmuseum.candlepower.us/46/udi.htm

* Gay = bright and lively, NOT homosexual. ;-)

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Flight of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter.

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the early-evening of 09-24-14. (or, "2014 24 Sep." or even, "September 24, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were mostly cloudy, temperature of 62F (16.7C), and winds generally calm with gusts from the NW at 4mph (3.46kts, 6.44kph).

This flight was made after removing the entire tail rotor ass'y and taping a quarter (a United States 25 coin) and a nickel (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy.

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Flight of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter.

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the morning of 09-27-14. (or, "2014 27 Sep." or even, "September 27, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were dense fog (which is IFR for real pilots, but VFR for R/C pilots making low-altitude flights), temperature of 53F (11.7C), and winds calm.

This flight was made after removing the entire tail rotor ass'y and taping a quarter (a United States 25 coin) and a nickel (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy.

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Flight of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter.

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the morning of 09-24-14. (or, "2014 24 Sep." or even, "September 24, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were mostly cloudy, temperature of 59F (15C), and winds generally calm with gusts from the WSW at 3mph (2.595kts, 4.830kph).

This flight was made after removing the entire tail rotor ass'y and taping a quarter (a United States 25 coin) and a nickel (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy.

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Videos Made With the UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter *







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