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Dom (Essential RC)02/10/2018 18:52:27
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Tried out the new Runcam 3S on the Freewing A-10. Multiple angles but the rear view showing the fans spinning is coolest bit of onboard I have shot in a long time.

https://youtu.be/H8qa0MK79i0?t=268

Edited By Dom (Essential RC) on 02/10/2018 18:52:44

Dom (Essential RC)18/11/2018 10:44:13
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Took James a while to put this kit together. FlyFly kits are basically styrofoam airframes with the motor/escs thrown in so there was a lot to do. Patience paid off though and despite the excessive elevator throws it flew really well.

Dom (Essential RC)21/11/2018 07:35:10
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Superb re-creation of the C-130 with scale retractable landing gear and synchronised doors, flaps, operational cargo bay door and high intensity lights all round. Action from my first two flights after showing the kit itself before assembly.

Dom (Essential RC)19/12/2018 13:04:13
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Avios Spitfire MkVb (fast/slow passes and scale aerobatics)

Some really nice scale details on this Spitfire. Flap indicators, cockpit detail, split flaps and hidden control surface linkages to name a few. Vid of my first flight. Immediate confidence to strafe the strip with fast passes but mixed in slow passes to show it's broad ability...and some scale aerobatics.

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