"You can clearly see a string 0:07 and after 2:00. I'm guessing he had the multi-rotor about 30+ feet above.
Plus he probably had some steering abilities for the ghost. Possibly a small rear prop and rudder."
"Yep, can't see what the propulsion system is, I don't think they're props, unless well shrouded because all that garment would get tangled. Perhaps brushless ducted fans? Very well made and quite funny. Close call on the cyclists,…"
I do not know if those magnetometers could detect minerals in the earth. I doubt it. I think they might be able to detect very large magnetic steel objects in the earth, but I don't think they would detect anything else. But I am not a…"
Man, that is a coincidence...I am assembling it right now.
I want a single motor as well, but all my previous gas(nitro) models over the years had a lot of vibration, so I worry about having an AP onboard so I am opting for the Align 600XL in the rear.
I would like to replace the front fairing soon, but I found that the chin mounted ball cam will work with the existing fairing with a cutout and the front facing camera fits in the existing rairing as well.
I haven't done much work on my FPVs or the new Cessna337 lately since I am having eye trouble and going for surgery in a few weeks.
(actually my eyesight is the reason I got into FPV since I rekitted a couple models when I became disoriented during downwind turn...)
I bought the first 3 Ardupilots when they came out and I was at the head of the line for the two GPS models, and bought the last 3 XY and Z sensors from FMA, but I think I will wait for Jordi to come out with the plug n play IMU Ardupilot version. Todays IMU is a stand alone kit not yet ported to the Ardupilot.
I am a Technical Analyst during the day, but I can't write code worth shit!
I do not know if those magnetometers could detect minerals in the earth. I doubt it. I think they might be able to detect very large magnetic steel objects in the earth, but I don't think they would detect anything else. But I am not a geologist. You need to talk to a geologist.
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