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Cam Snow replied to Jereme Matthews's discussion Tuning help
"Jereme - on a different note were you able to calibrate the throttle on the Turnigy Trust 45A ESCs?  I'm currently using those and I'm not having much luck..."
Feb 9, 2013
Cam Snow commented on Mark Harrison's blog post Texas "Anti Drone" Laws Would be Toughest in USA
"I just emailed my TX legislators - my arguments are ones that I hope will strike a note.  (1) UAV technology makes flying safer due to return to home failsafe features.  (2) UAVs could be a hub of small business in the future and that Rep. Gooden's…"
Feb 9, 2013
Cam Snow replied to Shiva Padmanaban's discussion Design and Fabrication of a Quadcopter
"To your points #1 and #3:
1. 30 minutes flight time is a lot for any multi/heli... you'll see a lot of people on here are getting 7-12 minutes.  If you want more flight time try getting the highest mAh battery that you can find... you'll be walking…"
Jan 12, 2013
Cam Snow commented on Jack Crossfire's blog post IR protocols & U
"An alternative is to use output from the headphone jack using the IR transmitter that the Syma 107 is compatible with and then use your laptop to send the commands to it (not using the Syma app)... that way your S107 is left unmodified and you can…"
Jan 5, 2013
Cam Snow posted a discussion
Okay, I'm finally forking out for a "real" FPV setup, and I wanted to see if anyone had any recommendations before I start placing an order.Non-FPV setup: 433 MHz RC control, 915 MHz Telemetry.  APM 2.5+Proposed FPV Setup:1 x Lawmate 1000mW TX at…
Jan 4, 2013
Cam Snow posted a discussion
I've been trying to figure out exactly what I need to make the evolution from visual flying a simple RC system to a system with FPV to a system with FPV + Autopilot capabilities.  I think I've got the jump from visual to FPV down as it's a…
Dec 31, 2012
Cam Snow replied to Yaniv Eliash's discussion Communication

One idea that I have been kicking around is to actually use the audible spectrum at very low frequencies (i.e., 20-30 khz), using submersible speaker systems pushing at very high decibels and using a hydrophone (microphone) receiver  on the…"
Dec 28, 2012
Cam Snow replied to Paul Marsh's discussion Video Viewing and Recording Suggestions
"If you can get the video to display on the screen you can use a program like Snagit which will basically record what is coming in on your screen at screen quality (i.e., it records at exactly the quality that is on your screen) for as long as you…"
Dec 28, 2012