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Old 05-06-2017, 11:25 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Nice work, Ray! I have an earlier model, 3-S, which I like very much, tho it lacks your sensor suite and portability . I knew about your new model, hmmm.
Mike Kidman and I have fun at Marty's last fall taking aerials of the G and ride on layouts.

Should we expect that your annual trek to abandoned mines will have a new feature?
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Should we expect that your annual trek to abandoned mines will have a new feature?
Absolutely! I have big plans for this little drone.
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Very well done, Ray...

I have never been able to fly a drone. Eye to brain to hand coordination just ain't there when it comes to that...

I sure appreciate what you've done with the video and what you're doing on the railroad. Looks like the start of another building or you've added a Sprung Building (tent)
Some of the higher end drones will fly themselves. Set points on your device using Google maps, hit GO, it will take off, go to each point at a specified elevation, return home and land.
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Great job on the video. After the years of watching you put together parts of your RR it is a treat to see the overall picture. What a marvelous work of art! I second the kudos on your GR article. It is nice to have all that information in one place.
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Oh my God - it's a real masterpiece. Great video, thanks for sharing it!
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