** This post will be updated throughout the build process Pilot: RoughFlightInstagram: https://instagram.com/roughflight/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCvQ2DdTxO66Bj8oBPOAu0A/videos SpecsFrame: Hyperlite Floss 3ESC: Pyrodrone Pyro32 F3 45AMotors: EMAX 2207 1600kvReceiver: TBS Crossfire NanoVTX: TBS Unify Nano Pro32VTX Antenna: Foxeer LollipopCamera: UnknownProps: Unknown Build Status: 4/3/19 – Was able to get about 8 packs through theContinue reading
Dedicated FPV Quad Racing Field Opening in Nassau County!
Some exciting news, if you have not seen already, there is going to be a new dedicated FPV Quad Racing field in Nassau County at the Cedar Creek RC airfield area (AKA – Lufbery Aerodrome). A lot of time and work has been put in by Frank at Safety ThirdContinue reading
A few FPV flying clips from this weekend
Few clips from this weekends flying. Was a good time.Continue reading
Quadcopter / Drone Free Fly Added To Event At Cedar Creek Park For July 23rd 2017
Nassau Flyers & Safety Third Racing (S3FPV) are putting on a quadcopter and fpv racing demo at Cedar Creek Park aerodrome July 23rd 2017 at 11:00am, this field is also known as Raoul Lufbery Field. For more information about the quadcopter / drone demo that will be done please seeContinue reading
Vote NO on NY Senate Bill S1979 – Criminalize UAV Flying
All New Yorkers are urged to immediately OPPOSE the NY Senate Bill S1979. Select “NAY” and let your senator know you do not support this bill. There are federal laws which already cover commercial and recreational use of UAV / Drones / RC, there is no need for any more.Continue reading
FPV Quadcopter / Drone Racing and Demo at Cedar Creek Park July 23rd 2017
Nassau Flyers & Safety Third Racing (S3FPV) are putting on a quadcopter and fpv racing demo at Cedar Creek Park aerodrome July 23rd 2017 at 11:00am, this field is also known as Raoul Lufbery Field. All those who are into drones / quadcopters especially those who fly FPV are encouragedContinue reading
Where to fly your Quadcopter / Wing / Drone on Long Island?
Unfortunately our places to fly are quite limited on Long Island. Mostly because of either new laws that were put into place regarding drones as well as the non-acceptance by existing aerodromes and clubs for flying. The only thing that will change that is your involvement, voice your opinion, makeContinue reading