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Bringing drinks to my kids with the Phantom

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by M.Tigelaar, Jun 22, 2014.

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    Fun, and a safe way to do it!
     
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    Excellent! We now know a minimum payload of the P2V+! I'm gonna go weigh a can of soda.
     
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    Take it fishing in that pond!

    I saw a video way back of an old Hirobo Shuttle catching a trout in a pond...
    Love it!!
     
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    That's above normal service ;)
     
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    Was the can full?
     
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    Awesome... :D

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    Thanks !!! :mrgreen:
    Yes the can was full and about 12oz :geek:
     
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    Awsome!!

    I'm going to copy your idea, I hope you don't mind. :)
     
  13. M.Tigelaar

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    I don't mind at all :lol:
    Just like your answer :mrgreen:
     
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    12 Oz, that is 340 gram, Plus vision + weight of 1260 gram that adds up to 1600 grams, way beyond the maximum taking off weight of 1350 gram, how can you achieve that? did you use half sized battery with half weight and flying time?
     
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    Well done, don't think you could do too much flying with that weight. But seeing what is achievable is a plus.:)
     
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    All stock ;)
    Also have other stuff on the bird.
    Maybe 1700 gram ? :lol:
     

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