|luke fogg||27/12/2013 18:32:19|
|7 forum posts|
For around 10 years until 3 years ago I was hugely into my R/C flying.My garage is filled with thousands of pounds and even more hours worth of models that due to general life getting in the way have gone unused for the last 3 years.
I actually first came on this site as I was looking to sell up and invest the money into my video production company, however having read a few articles I have re-caught the bug and looking at the FPV aerial video stuff it seems my two passions could now sit nicely hand in hand.
I will have lots of nice electronic gear and models up for sale in the classifieds very soon,however I will now be looking to invest those funds into starting up in FPV flying.
Just looking to say hello!
|Steve Hargreaves - Moderator||27/12/2013 21:27:55|
6727 forum posts
Welcome to the madness Luke.....
We've a farly small but growing FPV/Quadcopter community on here but I'm sure they will join in soon & point you in the right direction...
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Welcome aboard Luke,
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And welcome from me too. looks like an exciting path ahead!
|luke fogg||28/12/2013 15:49:17|
|7 forum posts|
Thank you for the warm welcome folks.I have just brought the majority of my models into the house for a photo shoot. I have a lot of airframes in various conditions and with various electrical gear fitted. Am I best off detailing what I can remember of them and selling as a job lot, or splitting up into separate airframes and selling individually?
Thank you again.
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