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Old 06-15-2012, 12:41 PM   #1
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Default Quad AR Drone Simulator RC

Yet to buy one of these, look relatively near easy to fly, 4 blades sure are pure fun

Found this one of many Quad Sims For IPAD, a whole 99 cents definitely worth a check, some parts feel abit static too easy but manuvering at the start found abit challenging out of the gate. Indoors and out with challenges to manuver thru even tubes, land slightly off center on slot wooden tables and all crunches down, quite amusing. Several view offerings make for fun rides, gads I'm horrible but addicted already.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qawpB...e_gdata_player

Again feels abit static at the start, but wait till you start manuvering, then the fun begins!
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I bought a blade mqx a few weeks ago and it's a blast! It's almost too easy to fly. I am wondering if all quads are this easy?
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Also is a LadyBug version, amazed I've yet to buy one look very cool. Perhaps the 4 bades responsible for the easy handling.
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Originally Posted by phillipmorris View Post
Also is a LadyBug version, amazed I've yet to buy one look very cool. Perhaps the 4 bades responsible for the easy handling.
Great video by the way and the sim is the only way i'd get to try the drone out as she is a bit too pricey for me.

Yeah i've been looking at the Ladybug over at HK as i've seen a good few videos on it and everyone seem more than happy with it,plus it will do a roll if set-up too.

Not sure if i'd be up to that though but it is up there on my list of got to get/try.

Thanks for sharing.
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Here is a 5 minute clip early Ladybird flight, breezy but now able to fly in 10 MPH breeze near zero issues with its self stabling gyros. It's awesome!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8b5RC...e_gdata_player
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