Discussion in 'Flying' started by jake8131, Feb 26, 2017.
Realistically, how high have you taken your quad?
No more than 400 feet above ground level =)
Gotta love honesty
My MJX X-101 only had about 300 yards linear range, but vertically I've taken it completely out of sight
Dunno how high it actually went, but it definitely lost control because the failsafe kicked in and it wound up landing about a half a mile away
Hope you had a car!
Two cars and a golf-cart ... lol ... Of course it wound up in some patchy woods though, so I had to "hoof it"
Before the rules all came in about 1000 feet with a phantom. But you could not see it at that height
That is pretty high!
That's the set max in the Naza 1000 feet up and a 1000 feet out if your going that far up you need a camera to see down so you know your up the right way lol
Here is a video my friend did this is about the same height
David needs credit for this one as the highest one not a quad even though he is big in the quad world enjoy
Naza-M V2 can be set to 2000 meters up and 2000 meters out, translates to: 6561.68 feet up and 6561.68 feet out
I'm not going to tell you if my NAZA-M V2 can pick up a FS-i6s transmitter that high or far away.
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I made a mistake about the limits of the NAZA-M V2 .... it's limited to 10,000 meters up and 10,000 meters out = 6.21 miles each way. I know my transmitter would never go that far!
I would have to say, close to 100 ft, maybe a touch more..............
I've gone about 200ft with my H22. It is small though.
It is fun going high!
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