F/s : DJI Phantom 3 Professional ....$850

oluway

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DJI Phantom 3 Professional RC Drone QuadCopter 2 Battery COMBO W/ GPS 4K Camera

Condition : Brand New

Price : $850
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DJI Inspire1 Drone UAV Inspire 1 TB48 Battery Case Prop Locks One 4K

Condition : Brand New

Price : $1,750

Shipping Included

Contact if Interested...coolsales20@gmail.com
 

setishock

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The P3 and the Inspire 1 are precision flying platforms. Always buy from a reliable source as you don't know if they are stolen or have been crashed and are damaged.

It does not make sense that some one would sign up on a computer forum just to hawk their toys. And with the FAA required registration, if you buy and fly with out registering, you can get in some serious trouble.

Buyer beware.
 
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lol Professional drone? There are people that do nothing but fly r/c models for a living that are not military?
 

cb600fshornet

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lol Professional drone? There are people that do nothing but fly r/c models for a living that are not military?
You should see how much people charge for a weeks course in learning to fly one, it's shocking...

They're so easy to fly it's unreal, I fly model helicopters and THAT is difficult. No "return to home" feature or a sophisticated stabilisation feature on them lol.
 

setishock

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I didn't take a course to learn how to fly a MR. So I'm not up on how much courses cost.

I agree they are easier to fly with the electronics package but if you try to fly one in manual mode, it's not so easy. I learned on a couple of mini quads, the Blade MQX. When I was sure I could fly safely and sanely, I stepped up to larger platforms.
I've got a mini heli but I'm not so good with it. It's a MCPX V2. Little red thing. I'm so bored with the foul weather here I may drag it out and buzz the shop with it.

You a member over at helifreak?
 

cb600fshornet

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I didn't take a course to learn how to fly a MR. So I'm not up on how much courses cost.

I agree they are easier to fly with the electronics package but if you try to fly one in manual mode, it's not so easy. I learned on a couple of mini quads, the Blade MQX. When I was sure I could fly safely and sanely, I stepped up to larger platforms.
I've got a mini heli but I'm not so good with it. It's a MCPX V2. Little red thing. I'm so bored with the foul weather here I may drag it out and buzz the shop with it.

You a member over at helifreak?
Sounds like some of the Eflite stuff? My first heli was a Blade CX2, then I had a "Twister 3D Storm" from JPerkins, similar to the Blade 400 (or Blade 450 now...)

Those MCPX helis are great though, I have one which is similar but hasn't got the collective pitch (MCX), and when it's calm its awesome in the garden.

I've visited occasionally, I suspect I've registered previously but can't remember my login name... definitely not a regular poster though.
 
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You should see how much people charge for a weeks course in learning to fly one, it's shocking...

They're so easy to fly it's unreal, I fly model helicopters and THAT is difficult. No "return to home" feature or a sophisticated stabilisation feature on them lol.
Yeah, exactly, me too and model airplanes and cars and boats too. I just like building them and then using them. When we were young and went to school there were certain teachers who....oops got sidetracked, we called then R/C aircraft. A drone is a military aircraft with weapons, and I don't see many in the hands of civilian kids.

I built one of these and ran it on Vancouver Lake a lot.

https://youtu.be/dokkkqBcyPQ?list=UUcoYIGpTo2WCjyPkG0WvO2w
 
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