People are joining and then emailing me to ask for plans. We do expect you to contribute to the community before being granted this option. I have added a section to the rules of the forum to cover this.
Let us all watch your new project progress.
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Brian, well done. To do a maiden flight and take those pictures at the same time is impressive stuff. I am sure those lovely long wings will take some abuse. Just remember when rolling do not pull hard at the same time. Regards John.
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Excellent! Well done on the maiden Brian and kudos for the multitasking feat of flying and snapping at the same time.
A very nice slope you have there too
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Thanks guys. To address the comments in order.
Yes Chris, 1/5 rules, especially on cost and ease of transport.
Multi tasking photography? The answer is my wife's small camera held upside down in m left hand and Tx in the right watching the plane through the LCD screen. Results - 20 odd images and only 2 usable.
Stephen, my local slope and only 10 minutes drive from my house. Not a great slope by any means but a fabby view.
Thanks Barry. F86!