MrVirobot: There's like no traffic on the roads there. Wtf?
adam green: and there are your UFO's
blaze flame: If that was my dorne I would be scared to use it it would probably break
IBOLOUNGE: Have you ever lost a quad while flying at night, just lost one :-)
CyberOssian: 1:28 are those solar panels below?
Tirbo Max: what is the name of the song you use for this vid? thanks!
Stijn Togt: what caint of night cam you use ?
Sebastian Mort: Always at the lead Ali. Always at the lead. Hope your we and family is
inspirar1: Amazing Ali continue i like your effort and works courage man
Adrian K: Amazing but let's think about Army drones...
bigearedmouse17: FOR FUTURE REFERENCE,... THEY CAN BE SHOT DOWN WITH A $5 CATAPULT AND AN
8mm BALL BEARING.
deja vu: resistance is futile
you will assimilate
L8Brakers: Music is great.... Awesome video showing what this machine can do! Can't
wait to order my 450 soon!
digitalbroadcaster: No, it wouldn't. A 1000mW laser output power in the form of heat is very
short range for the heat but long range for the cold photons. The camera
sensor would just see a spiral pattern as the light would refract from the
structure of the lens through to the chip. The damaging heat level just
wouldn't reach that far. The landing light on a helicopter is 50W and that
doesn't even damage at 7ft. Try popping a balloon with your laser at 30ft.
It wouldn't work as the heat energy isn't there.
Nada Hegazy: U have a great videos ;) ali I want ur mail 2 contact u urgently :)
digitalbroadcaster: Will do CP. :o)
Mike Lentsch: SWEET!! Autonomous night mission, baby! I'm in.
alishanmao: email me for track and I can email it to you, you need to purchase it on
site. but i can email it to you. to use it in your videos, you will need to
purchase it from site else you will get copyright notice
Heather Ruff: Are this loud or fairly silent?
alishanmao: hmm nice, but that was 1000mw Wicket Laser Krypton. its hot laser that
burns things and pops balloons at good distance :) i bet that can shut a
camera sensor down for a while if not damage.
francis sciarrillo: when i get my helli cam up i will show u philadelphia
maksimbelogubov: as the helicopter is called
digitalbroadcaster: Bright light into the sensor (CCD) will overload the sensor pixels and
cause them to shut down temporarily but without damage. The light from a
laser pointer doesn't have enough 'heat' energy to cook the sensors
detectors, unlike the sun. I film for a living and our helicopter camera
(motion picture cameras) 'parks' facing to the rear of the helicopter when
taking off or landing, sometimes facing the landing light without any
damage. Only light AND heat will kill an image sensor chip.
CyberPilot360: Well I see you probably know more than me. Anyway You can check my channel
for some very stable HD quadcopter footage if you are interested.
thomas eriksen: how do you get the flight data?
alishanmao: will post it soon on my site
Candle Jack: When you see it youll crapbrix
Mike Roe: Awesome my friend just awesome
PERIZ99: Skip the music please..
rjkopp: Neat plane and loved the night vision and night flying. It looked like
sometimes the lazer was on the ground and other times attached to the
copter. Pretty neat. Do you have to worry about any ordinances regarding
the lazer? Oh and those poor cattle! Scared the C__p out of them! I was
surprised to see the raptor not go after you. If you had had a conventional
plane I wonder if he would have, I've seen other clips where they went
after conventional ones. Keep em coming!
chase dean: thanks
Farmhand2k: Totally freakin awesome...
Matrix29bear: Interesting, my concerns would be in terms of battery life, signal
interruptions, and automatic crash recovery modes. For example, if you went
out of signal range, will the quadrotor switch to "hover mode" with slow
altitude drop? (Heading to the ground slow enough for easy recovery or
signal regain). Simple interruptions, does the quadrotor handle a signal
interference by going wild with confused commands or is there an ID code
coming from the control box to prevent this issue?
chinosemailable: There goes our freedom.
123Comrade: 15-25 minutes depending on the weight and battery.
qwasd0r: Amazing images.
digitalbroadcaster: I quite like this vid. We make feature films and TV progs but in full sized
helicopters, and although the stability is much different (our systems are
£1.8Million) your footage isn't too bad. Obviously our cameras are 15Kg
lumps (full broadcast HD), but your shots are clear enough for news etc. We
don't 'do' news shoots, but your system certainly opens up avenues. I think
they are outlawed in the UK now though (the drones) as our Government
doesn't know how to tax them.
ls1elite: where did you buy that green laser. its kool
alishanmao: that is fixed wing airplane / Skywalker with UHF System on Futaba my
friend. this is stock Futaba T8J and 5.8ghz fpv system ;)
Multimadmanable: Why is there so few cars on the roadways?
Joe surfer: Yes, the fixed wing skywalker. Do you sell systems that would allow me to
set up a fpv Rc plane like the one you flew out to see the fast train?
chase dean: what is the difrence betwen 5ch and 6ch
RyanPatrickBurnsFam: May I share your video and promote your builds to a group of research
investigators, I personally use this type of surveillance and would be
interested in ordering a few units along with fellow researchers. Great
Video, Great work. Keep it up!
Paul Whalen: What is the maximum wind it can fly in. preferably it would have to fly in
15 to 20 knot winds for this purpose over water.
Ec130Rhine: How much? An can it work with the fatshark v2?
Hans Peter: Good Bye Privacy. Hello Policestate
Krzysztof M: very very good
Aerial Suveillance Drone with Night Vision Camera -- OFM ASD6504.8
out of 5