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Lots of construction and building possibilities - http://www.gatewing.com/

Lots of construction and building possibilities - http://www.gatewing.com/
http://www.gatewing.com/

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  1. Easy to use...I have half an airframe in my basement that says otherwise.

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  2. Silly money and expected life of an airframe is said to be 30 flights...then buy a new one at more silly money...

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  3. Thanks Mark Rosser - very much appreciated. We are keen to know if you can join us at http://uberveillance.com/uav-pros-cons/

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  4. From the look of it it is EPP (or similar) with a carbon fiber skeleton. All the hardware is very nicely made with top quality CF parts. My criticism  is that it does not come with the ability to fly it manually.

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  5. Seen this on more than one occasion. Testing an development take place in ideal conditions over some nice turnip field but when it comes time to land it on a dirt track surrounded by oil drills, barbed wire fences and rocks all of a sudden you start wishing it had a parachute.

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  6. The number I heard when they were talking Flemish was 40K Euro...

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