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Thread: MultiRotor or Fixed wing?

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    FPV Addict Scotttu's Avatar
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    MultiRotor or Fixed wing?

    Just wanna see what the ratio is FPV'ing FIXED wing or multirotor.
    "Truly superior pilots are those who use their superior judgment to avoid those situations where they might have to use their superior skills"- Author unknown

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    both. . . . . I also think both on the same airframe would be cool but I haven't got the brain to figure that out. I have seen it somewhere though.

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    Both, but I prefer multi rotor.

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    Both, but I think that if I had to choose only one than it would be a multi. Just so much versatility, you can go slow or fast, hover etc...

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    I've been watching these vids where people fly 1 mile out, been working on an emergency parachute for it so we'll see..
    I love my EZSTar, I love flying the Zeph but it requires confidence of having a good spotter..

    So for winter - EZ and Tricopter, Zeph will hibernate.
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    I put both. The air hogs Titan mod isn't done yet but is moving along and I've lumped my Blade 400 and T-Rex 600 in with the mutis even though they should have a class of their own.
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    I see you... Derrick's Avatar
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    loopy,

    we should get together, i have been toying with the idea of fpving my 450/600... i have loads of questions.

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    Both. Just lost my tri (stolen), but it will be replaced with another or a quad. The multi's can go anywhere, especially in limited spaces.

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    Fixed wing just now, tricopter on the way though!
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    Both, but I fly fixed wing more often.
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