VIDEOS MADE WITH THE SYMA X8C VENTURE R/C CAMERA DRONE (Pg. 4)



Videos Made With the Syma X8C Venture R/C Camera Drone (Pg. 4)
Last updated 07-31-17



Windy day* flight of my Syma X8C Venture R/C Camera Drone 04-18-17 (2).

Flight took place over the 1000-block of Ellinor Ave. in Shelton WA. USA at 2:58pm PDT on 04-18-17 (or, "2017 18 Apr." or even, "April 18, Twenty Stick-Busted-Stick" if you prefer).

Weather conditions at flight time were partly cloudy with occasional downpours in the vicinity (but none where & when I flew), temperature was 58°F (14.4°C), and winds reported as being gusty from the W to 2mph (1.73kts, 3.22kph) at the surface but with direct physical observations indicating wind speeds in excess of 10mph (8.65kts, 16.10kph) aloft.

Der riesige riesige Scheißstich im Schwarzen keucht und grüne & blaue gestreifte Scheiße, die Sie sehen, ist der Pilot - ich natürlich. (The fracking huge gigantic prick in the black pants and green & blue striped shirt that you see is the pilot -- me of course). ;-)

I look rather uranated (piddled-off) in this video even though I'm really not; a serious brain operation that I had in late-2002 robbed me of my ability to smile. :(
I really ***DO*** love the living tweedle out of flying my drones!!! :)
The same operation also left me with a "googly eye" which is why I look a bit queer (pun not intended).

The music that you hear is the song, "Light Sticks" by the Hi-NRG group Far Too Loud.
This product is not audio (sound)-sensitive in any manner; the music may safely be ignored or even muted if it piddles you off.

* Windy day because direct physical observations indicating wind speeds in excess of 10mph (8.65kts, 16.10kph) aloft; however this drone handled the wind remarkably well due to its size & weight.





Videos Made With the Syma X8C Venture R/C Camera Drone (Pg. 4)







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