Mission Wings 2009 Heli Fun Fly 3D Reel





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Published on Jul 3, 2009

Quite a few really great 3D pilots out at the Fun Fly. The very low chaos was unreal. Took some super slo mo shots with the Sony HDR SR11. The mode is supposed to be for analyzing golf swings and stances. It records at 60fps instead of 30 so you get a very smooth slo motion picture, little fuzzier than the regular shot, but makes a nice effect. You'll know when it's that slo mo, and the other. I also put a couple minutes of my predator just doing some mediocre 3D lol..well the low inverted hover looked good and was pretty low too. At least one more video from the event, for the great scale stuff that was out. But gotta thank all the great pilots that came out, special thanks to Alvin Chai, Miro Novy, Joel Whitmore, Sean Lamers, Randy Champagne, and too many others to remember them all, sorry lol All the flying and helis were excellent, and we hope to see you all again next year.

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Ronin Pictures
Maybe a 450 or 500 is cheap but if you buy decent stuff, not crap, a 700 can cost you up to $5000 real dollars. Jet's you can get with a turbine, for $3500 and up, but you can spend $20,000 if you want too. Scale 30% and up planes, all depends on how cheap you are again or if mom and dad have to buy it for you. but buy cheap stuff and put it in there, don't be pissed when it fails. Don't know if you know much about either but sounds like you think you do anyways
Jonathan Oxlade
helies are cheap plus i supose you dont know how much a scale plane will cost you plus nowadays you can buy jet planes but it all adds up because you need a model gas turbine jet which cost £4000 depending on thrust power plus the jet plane body which can cost you alot more than a few thousand pounds and dollers 
Jonathan Oxlade
mate i rather fuck a helie up than a rc 35% scale plane reason why the replace ments for a rc plane that big is not worth buying replacements it better to buy another one for that price because it will cost more to replace a wing or a rudder or the body of it helies are much cheaper and the set up is cheaper than a rc plane and the parts are cheaper to get where i live because there are lots of rc websites in the uk which sell trex 700n parts 
Jonathan Oxlade
those helies have got cheaper if you live in the uk i can buy a 3gx nitro for around roughly £800 for the kit and plus a transmiter yea roughly cost for the set up £2.000 unless putting high voltage servos around £3.000 a petrol powerd 35% scale plane cost 6.000 for the set up cost 
Ronin Pictures
@bina13able wtf does that mean??
Need For speed U 2
the guys who pilot these must have fingers of steel xD 
pretty cool :P
Ronin Pictures
@thelaughingman79 The 120SR seems to be a decent one. If you've already had a co-axial heli that should be the next one. Pretty durable too, but if you have a large indoor spot to try it, do that first, no wind
i am either getting a mcx or msr the mcx seems easier to fly and learn but i'm concerned it'll just make flying a single harder to learn? or should i try an sr as a first bird? 
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