VIDEOS MADE BY THE UDI U13A R/C CAMERA HELICOPTER (Pg. 7)



Videos Made By the UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter (Pg. 7)
Last updated 11-07-14





UDI U13A RC Camera Heli flight 10-16-14 (4)

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the afternoon of 10-16-14. (or, "2014 16 Oct." or even, "October 16, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were mostly cloudy, temperature of 66F (11.7C), and winds out of the ESE at 4mph (3.46kts, 6.44kph).

This flight was made with the replacement unit that I received on the early-evening of 10-15-14.

I taped three nickels (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy to make it go forward faster and make it better able to fight minor headwinds.

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UDI U13A RC Camera Heli flight 10-20-14 (3)

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. and Mason St. in Shelton WA. USA on the early-evening of 10-20-14 (or, "2014 20 Oct." or even, "October 20, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were mostly cloudy, temperature of 57F (13.9C), and winds from the S gusting to 9mph (7.785kts, 14.490kph).

This flight was made with the replacement unit that I received on the early-evening of 10-15-14.

I taped three nickels (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy in order to make it go forward faster and make it better able to fight minor headwinds.

THIS WILL BE THE LAST AERIAL VIDEO FOR THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE!!!
This is because the wind blew the little gay metal & plastic heli away on the morning of 10-21-14; my attempts to use the Tx as a 'homing beacon' failed, leading me to believe that it flew out over the water and went down when its battery pooped out.

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Flight of my Syma S033G R/C Coaxial Helicopter (with Li:Poly battery).

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the early-evening of 10-16-14. (or, "2014 16 Oct." or even, "October 16, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were mostly cloudy, temperature of 66F (11.7C), and winds out of the ESE at 4mph (3.46kts, 6.44kph).

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UDI U13A RC Camera Heli flight 10-18-14 (1)

Flight took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the morning of my website's fifteenth birthday, which is 10-18-14 (or, "2014 18 Oct." or even, "October 18, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were cloudy with scattered areas of light rain, emperature of 57F (13.9C), and winds from the SE at 5mph (4.325kts, 8.050kph).

This flight was made with the replacement unit that I received on the early-evening of 10-15-14.

I taped three nickels (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy to make it go forward faster and make it better able to fight minor headwinds.

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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 10-13-14. (or, "2014 13 Oct." or even, "October 13, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were fair, temperature of 53F (11.7C), and winds S at 3mph (2.595kts, 4.830kph).

These flights were 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 Saturday's (10-10-14) first flight, so I had little actual control except for up, down, left, and right.

I taped three nickels (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy to make it go forward faster and make it better able to fight minor headwinds.

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Flights of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter 10-06-14

Flights took place near my home on Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA on the morning of 10-06-14. (or, "2014 06 Oct." or even, "October 06, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were sunny, temperature of 54F (12.3C), 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.

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Flights of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopter.

Flights took place near the intersection of Holman and Dearborn in Shelton WA. USA on the morning of 10-04-14. (or, "2014 04 Oct." or even, "October 04, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were mostly cloudy, temperature of 50F (10C), and winds calm.

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

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Flights of both of my UDI U13A R/C Camera Helicopters.

Flights took place in the parking lot of the now-defunct Red Apple Grocery (just across the street from the Quick-E-Mart) in Shelton WA. USA on the morning of 10-06-14. (or, "2014 06 Oct." or even, "October 06, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were clear with patchy dense fog (IFR for real pilots, but still VFR for R/C pilots) in the vicinity, temperature of 47F (8.3C), and winds calm.

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

I'm not certain what that pinkish-red "curtain" at the bottom of the first part of this video is, but I ***CAN*** assure you that the helicopter was not on fire! ;-) In the second part, I flew the replacement. 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.

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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 10-13-14. (or, "2014 13 Oct." or even, "October 13, Twenty Stick-Pile-of-Crossed-Busted-Sticks if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were fair, temperature of 53F (11.7C), and winds S 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 Saturday's (10-10-14) first flight, so I had little actual control except for up, down, left, and right.

In this video, you can hear me say "Entering sector fifty five point six" in the same manner as the speech synthesizer in the coin-op arcade video game ''Star Trek' {it's supposed to be Mr. Spock saying this}, then say "I mean...flight number five hundred fifty six", in the same manner as the speech synthesizer in the ''Looping'', followed by the diminutive gay little plastic & metal heli lifting off & buzzing around.

I taped three nickels (a United States 5 coin) to the front of the canopy to make it go forward faster and make it better able to fight 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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