VIDEOS MADE BY THE UDI U13A R/C CAMERA HELICOPTER (Pg. 6)



Videos Made By the UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter (Pg. 6)
Last updated 10-27-14





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 10-09-14. (or, "2014 09 Oct." or even, "October 09, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were fair, temperature of 65F (18.3C), and winds E at 3mph (2.595kts, 4.830kph).

This flight was made with the replacement unit that I received on the early-evening of 10-02-14. The tail rotor was destroyed at the end of this morning's first flight, so I had little actual control except for up, down, left, and right.

The main rotor shaft is still a bit bent from Saturday's crash despite multiple attempted repairs; the image appears a bit "shaky" for that reason. I also taped two quarters (a United States 25 coin) to the front of the canopy to make it faster and better at fighting minor headwinds.

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Brief 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 10-09-14. (or, "2014 09 Oct." or even, "October 09, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were moderate fog (IFR for real pilots, but VFR for R/C pilots) and light drizzle, temperature of 52F (11.1C), and winds calm.

This flight was made with the replacement unit that I received on the early-evening of 10-02-14. The tail rotor was destroyed at the end of the last flight, so I had little actual control except for up, down, left, and right.

The main rotor shaft is still a bit bent from Saturday's crash despite multiple attempted repairs; the image appears a bit "shaky" for that reason. I also taped a quarter and a nickel (a United States 25 coin and a United States 5 coin respectively) to the front of the canopy to make it faster and better at fighting minor headwinds.

This video is 40.94389028027 megabytes (41,287,680 bytes) in length; dial-up users please be aware.
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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 10-07-14. (or, "2014 07 Oct." or even, "October 07, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were moderate patchy fog (IFR for real pilots, but marginally VFR for R/C pilots), temperature of 54F (12.2C), and winds calm.

These flights were made with the replacement unit that I received on the early-evening of 10-02-14.

It crashed into a tree, but fortunately it careened down the branches and ended up low enough to the ground that I was able to slap at it with a piece of wood that was under that tree and subsequently retrieve it.

The main rotor shaft is still a bit bent from Saturday's crash despite multiple attempted repairs; the image appears a bit "shaky" for that reason. I also taped a quarter and a nickel (a United States 25 coin and a United States 5 coin respectively) to the front of the canopy to make it faster and better at fighting minor headwinds.

This video is 10.86892527494 gigabytes (5,826,702,794 bytes) in length; dial-up users please be aware.
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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 10-09-14. (or, "2014 09 Oct." or even, "October 09, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were moderate fog (IFR for real pilots, but VFR for R/C pilots) and light drizzle, temperature of 52F (11.1C), and winds calm.

This flight was made with the replacement unit that I received on the early-evening of 10-02-14.

The main rotor shaft is still a bit bent from Saturday's crash despite multiple attempted repairs; the image appears a bit "shaky" for that reason. I also taped a quarter and a nickel (a United States 25 coin and a United States 5 coin respectively) to the front of the canopy to make it faster and better at fighting minor headwinds.

It crashed into CATV wires at the end of this video, destroying the tail rotor.

This video is 157.9807312555 megabytes (158,236,672 bytes) in length; dial-up users please be aware.
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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 10-08-14. (or, "2014 08 Oct." or even, "October 08, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were moderate patchy fog (IFR for real pilots, but VFR for R/C pilots), temperature of 57F (13.9C), and winds calm.

This flight was made with the replacement unit that I received on the early-evening of 10-02-14.

The main rotor shaft is still a bit bent from Saturday's crash despite multiple attempted repairs; the image appears a bit "shaky" for that reason. I also taped a quarter and a nickel (a United States 25 coin and a United States 5 coin respectively) to the front of the canopy to make it faster and better at fighting minor headwinds.

This video is 157.9367782156 megabytes (158,236,672 bytes) in length; dial-up users please be aware.
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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 10-08-14. (or, "2014 08 Oct." or even, "October 08, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were moderate patchy fog (IFR for real pilots, but VFR for R/C pilots) and light drizzle, temperature of 58F (14.4C), and winds out of the SSE at 1mph (0.865kts, 1.610kph).

This flight was made with the replacement unit that I received on the early-evening of 10-02-14.

The main rotor shaft is still a bit bent from Saturday's crash despite multiple attempted repairs; the image appears a bit "shaky" for that reason. I also taped a quarter and a nickel (a United States 25 coin and a United States 5 coin respectively) to the front of the canopy to make it faster and better at fighting minor headwinds.

This video is 167.0995235783 megabytes (167,411,712 bytes) in length; dial-up users please be aware.
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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 10-07-14. (or, "2014 07 Oct." or even, "October 07, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were moderate patchy fog (IFR for real pilots, but marginally VFR for R/C pilots), temperature of 52F (11.1C), and winds calm.

These flights were made with the replacement unit that I received on the early-evening of 10-02-14.

The main rotor shaft is still a bit bent from Saturday's crash despite multiple attempted repairs; the image appears a bit "shaky" for that reason. I also taped a quarter and a nickel (a United States 25 coin and a United States 5 coin respectively) to the front of the canopy to make it faster and better at fighting minor headwinds.

This video is 10.86892527494 gigabytes (5,161,146,282 bytes) in length; dial-up users please be aware.
It will take no less than fifty four thousand three hundred forty minutes (!!!) to load at 48.0Kbps.
This video is definitely ***NOT*** dial-up friendly!!!




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 10-03-14. (or, "2014 03 Oct." or even, "October 03, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were mostly sunny with patchy light fog in the vicinity, temperature of 38F (3.3C), and winds calm.

This flight was made with the replacement unit that I received on the early-evening of 10-02-14.

This video is 346.5317027022 megabytes (346,750,976 bytes) in length; dial-up users please be aware.
It will take no less than one thousand seven hundred thirty minutes (!) to load at 48.0Kbps.
This video is definitely ***NOT*** dial-up friendly!!!




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 10-02-14. (or, "2014 02 Oct." or even, "October 02, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were partly cloudy with patchy fog in the vicinity, temperature of 42F (6.1C), and winds generally calm with gusts from the WSW at 3mph (2.595kts, 4.830kph).

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

This video is 368.8953156722 megabytes (369,017,242 bytes) in length; dial-up users please be aware.
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This video is definitely ***NOT*** dial-up friendly!!!




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 10-01-14. (or, "2014 01 Oct." or even, "October 01, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were mainly clear, temperature of 48F (8.9C), and winds from the NW at 1mph (0.865kts, 1.610kph).

Some unseen dillhole behind me was targeting it with a blue laser, but no damage was done...so, "no harm no foul" as they say.

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) to the front of the canopy.

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