VIDEOS MADE BY THE MINI KEYCHAIN VIDEO RECORDER



Videos Made By the Mini Keychain Video Recorder
Last updated 08-11-14







Flight of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (new vers. with Li:Po battery).

Flight took place in a vacant lot along Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on 08-09-14 (or, "2014 09 Aug." or even, "August 09, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were mostly sunny with scattered high clouds, temperature of 52F (11.1C), and winds out of the W at 2mph (1.73kts, 3.22kph).

I had to keep my altitude fairly low because this is a rather restrictive place to fly (insomuch as square footage, traffic, and etc.) and I had overhead telephone, CATV, and electric power wires to contend with.

This video is silent because the camera I used had its mic become busted after a nosefirst crash several weeks or so ago; a replacement camera is already speeding on its way to me.

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Test "footage" taken with my Rechargeable Mini Keychain Video Recorder.

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Test "footage" taken with my Rechargeable Mini Keychain Video Recorder held against the dashboard of my Pride Celebrity X3 Scooter as I'm driving it home.

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This video shows the truly "craptacular" maiden flights of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (with Li:Poly battery) using this camera mounted to its canopy for an attempt at aerial videography.

The piece of {vulgar slang term for a fudge bunny} Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (with Li:Poly battery) could not even ascend more than a few inches off the ground; it simply didn't have the {vulgar slang term for male nads} to rise any higher. :-(

{N.B.} Several hours after I uploaded this video, I think I have nailed down the cause of the crappy flights: the flight battery was charged incorrectly (read: not at all!) -- turns out that I was connecting the wrong connector to the charger.

Weather conditions at flight time were cloudy, temperature of 54F (12.2C), and winds out of the S at 6mph (5.19kts, 9.66kph).

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Flights of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (with Li:Poly battery); aerial videography done with my Rechargeable Mini Keychain Video Recorder affixed to the heli's canopy.

Flights took place behind the Sears in Federal Way WA. USA on 06-20-14 (or, "2014 20 Jun." or even, "June 20, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Like yesterday, it was a bit too windy to fly, but I stuck it out anyway.

At 1:13, the heli crashed, the camera took a good beating at impact, and the camera's mic got ruined -- which is why there is no more audio following that.

Weather conditions at flight time were mostly cloudy, temperature of 55F (13.3C), and winds out of the SSW at 5mph (3.46kts, 8.05kph).

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Flights of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (with Li:Poly battery); aerial videography done with my Rechargeable Mini Keychain Video Recorder affixed to the heli's canopy.

Approx. 42 seconds into this video, the heli crashed nose-first into the ground, causing the camera to pop off. Nothing that a little brown packaging tape couldn't fix though. I'm not sure exactly why the audio component is missing; the camera took a bit of a beating a couple of days ago though which probably trashed its mic.

Flights took place behind the Sears in Federal Way WA. USA on 06-21-14 (or, "2014 21 Jun." or even, "June 21, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were sunny, temperature of 53F (11.7C), and winds out of the NNE at 3mph (2.595kts, 4.83kph).

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Flights of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (with Li:Poly battery); aerial videography done with my Rechargeable Mini Keychain Video Recorder affixed to the heli's canopy.

Flights took place in baseball diamond #1 at Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA on 06-23-14 (or, "2014 23 Jun." or even, "June 23, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were sunny, temperature of 60F (15.5C), and winds out of the SSE at 1mph (0.865kts, 1.61kph).

The next aerial video that I do should have sound because the replacement camera that I ordered came just several hours after I shot this video.

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Brief flight of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (with Li:Poly battery); aerial videography done with my Rechargeable Mini Keychain Video Recorder affixed to the heli's canopy.

Flights took place in a socker field at Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA on 06-25-14 (or, "2014 25 Jun." or even, "June 25, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were cloudy, temperature of 61F (16.1C), and winds out of the N at 3mph (2.595kts, 4.83kph).

The heli experienced mid-air blade strike, breaking off one of the main rotor blades, which is why this flight is so brief.

I highly suspect that the heli experienced a sudden downdraft, causing one of the lower rotor blades to strike the camera (thus neutralising it) and bounce upward into the path of the counterrotating upper blades which subsequently caused it to strike one of the upper blades and thus become destroyed. I have already ordered replacement main rotor blades, which should arrive here in very early-July 2014, after which my flights can resume.

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Post-repair, low-altitude test flight (aerial videography done with this camera affixed to the heli's canopy) of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (with Li:Poly battery).

Flight took place in front of my home in Federal Way WA. USA on 06-30-14.

Weather conditions at flight time were sunny, temperature of 73F (22.8C), and winds out of the N gusting to 13mph (11.245kts, 20.93kph).

The crash at the end was intentional so as to avoid chopping up the neighbour's plants with the heli's main rotor blades.

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A second set of post-repair, low-altitude test flights of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (with Li:Poly battery).

Flights took place in front of my home in Federal Way WA. USA on 06-30-14.

Weather conditions at flight time were sunny, temperature of 74F (23.3C), and winds out of the NNW gusting to 9mph (7.785kts, 14.490+kph).

The crashes in this video were due to gusts of wind taking the heli down.

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Aerial video showing another flight of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (new vers. with Li:Po battery).

Flight took place behind the Sears in Federal Way WA. USA on 07-09-14 (or, "2014 09 Jul." or even, "July 09, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were clear, temperature of 66F (18.9C), and winds out of the NNW gusting to 5mph (4.325kts, 8.05kph).

The part at the beginning where you can see my hair is where I turned the camera on, started recording, and taped it to the bottom of the heli's canopy.

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Flight of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (new vers. with Li:Po battery).

Flight took place near Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on 07-25-14 (or, "2014 25 Jul." or even, "July 25, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were partly cloudy, temperature of 56F (13.3C), and winds out of the WSW at 2mph (1.73kts, 3.22kph).

The heli crashed into low-hanging telephone wires, causing it to plummet into the ground nosefirst (which was where the camera was mounted) and subsequently causing destruction of the camera -- but I still have the camera that records with no audio (sound) so I'm still in the game as it were.

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Flights of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (new vers. with Li:Po battery).

Flights took place in a vacant lot along Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on 07-27-14 (or, "2014 27 Jul." or even, "July 27, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were sunny, temperature of 58F (14.4C), and winds out of the W at 1mph (0.865kts, 1.610kph).

That music that you hear is zax from the computer demo, "Verses" by the pee-cvee demo group. "Electromotive Force (EMF)". This product is not sound-sensitive in any manner; the zax may safely be ignored or even muted if it pisses you off.

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