Monstertalon: Dude I just wanna say. You make some really cool videos that are very informative. Keep up the great work! New subscriber earned bro!
tlpendar: You need to put pink ribbons on those hatchets you call legs. We're trying to get people to accept quad copters. Those are terrifying.
John Rivett: Motors sound badass :)
варя ибрагимова: how much can he carry?
Luis Alberto Pinto Sanchez: USD 1.800 low cost? Like anybody can just got to the closes store and buy it! :))
M Ford: Dude your prices are stupid hi I would go by many many many guns for those prices lots of guns big guns little guns guns guns guns not a hobby toy things that go bang and boom your price yourself out of the market
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Mason Anders: What do you mean by "manual mode"? Fixed-pitch? Also, what's the signal range on this?
Ruben Lewis: Look, I get it ... I wont be able to get a quad for under $50 that is good for fpv and exploring, maybe some arial photography but if anyone knows of a quadcopter for under $120 that can be used for the above (camera not included) whether I have to make and solder it myself or not I'd love some help
(I have a small budget but I can make it myself if you could find the parts...)
TheBassAckwards: "low cost" means what exactly? How much?
Aalin Javad: .
Dylan Matsuoka: Can I have the ofm with a controler and the battery's and so on so basically the hole set up for free please I will never be Abel to afford one of these 😭😩😩
Spirit Greywolf: Nice job! My only suggestion is that it would be nice if in the description you listed things that are most commonly asked about the buildout - such as what motors/ESC's are you using, what battery are you running (3S? 4S? Amperage?) what camera, downlink, receiver are you using for the FPV? Or - is it an FPV or is it just a record on chip/cam like GoPro and you download it - which means we see no static in the vid, etc. Small details like this would make me consider actually buying from someone providing the data - as it is, just kinda looks like a promo with some thump-music. None of the links supplied actually gets you any info for this particular video. Thanks for reading!
Chad Bennett Sr.: Great work as usual, Ali. Those that talk about prices being too expensive must have never tried building their own Quad of the same size and equipment from scratch. I have built three so far, with countless rebuilds after crashes and such. Not an easy thing to do considering yours come perfectly tuned, and ready to fly with minimal assembly required. Tuning PID's, setting up GPS, balancing weight, balancing props, assembling frames, all takes time, and that time equates into LABOR charges. So, you people can take your money and buy a Phantom that's a pain in the ass to fix if broken (try changing a whole frame just because you broke an arm) or buy a CUSTOM built finely tuned machine from an expert and have something you can fix easily yourself WHEN, not IF you crash it. LOL.
David87965: Still using naza... why would you ever use that. APM (non-clone) is where its at.
jason basquez: Are these kits still available?
Micro Quads (Geek Dad): is it really safe to use a swollen lipo battery? I have some 2700 Mah but I am afraid to use them 'coz some say it might explode. can anyone share their 2 cents pls.
John Simian: I love these drone videos
нышанали тургунбаев: Ну Алиша классные твои видики но комментарий мне не по душе , ты лучше обясни мне по Кыргызски..
Reg Williams: very nice
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