Talking multirotors with Duran from Steadidrone

Thought sUAS News ought to catch up with this hangout thing. I will have to talk to Duran again as I did'nt do a very good job. He explains his frames and has people looking busy.

If I am very honest I don't understand Google + yet. I have several people lined up to talk to and in the future would love to have folks join in.

The Shed section of sUAS News should start filling with reviews, I have a couple to do and Myron and Gene are currently flight testing one of those Penguin FPV birds.

If you have a product you want to tell us about then let me know it's pretty low quality, perhaps as a result of my slow connection or maybe that's how it is.

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Comment by Jack Crossfire on January 24, 2013 at 3:04am

I don't understand google+ either.  The video quality is so bad, it's like youtube from 2006 & I don't bother watching.  Google is run by computer scientists, not videographers.  Just use skype or something.

Comment by Crasher on January 24, 2013 at 3:08am

The sheer number of times I see a Steadidrone on the front page of this site, Duran should branch out into marketing.

Comment by Duran - ALTI on January 24, 2013 at 6:23am

Thanks again Gary, was great fun!

Comment by Jason Short on January 24, 2013 at 3:40pm

Thanks for sharing!


Comment by Gary Mortimer on January 24, 2013 at 10:57pm

Grr I don't know why Ning wants me to approve comments all of a sudden. Sorry all it must have seemed like censorship. I will see if I can find the let people say what they like button. 

@Jack yeah + is weird I guess its all supposed to be about engagement and I suppose the video quality thing will improve over time. It might well be my connection here not being fast enough as well. I also find the inability to add new images inline with a thread a touch annoying. Its like they are setting up one sided conversations. See what I did, now say nice or horrid things and then you post another pic in response. It must be increasing the content quickly though on that network. Still its early days and no doubt they will be listening to all the geeks currently using it.

Perhaps I should view it as a podcast with pictures, maybe being static they render better. 

Anyhoooo wheres that button to allow comments.


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