Radio Control "Flyin"

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by TomP, Apr 8, 2007.

  1. The local radio Control club had a large "flyin" this past weekend. I went out for the first time with my new 200/400. Better to stick to wild life or real airs shows, these RCs are hard to shoot, and the jets are nearly impossible to lock on at such speeds and close range.

    Tail Stand

    Stuka Dive Bomber

    Stuka Dive Bomber, with live demo bombs

    WWII war Birds


    RC Parachutist

    B29 With 20' wing spread.


    The Pall -bearers



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  2. GastheerG

    GastheerG Guest

    Nice series off a nice hobby. Sad that the sun was not very present because colors can be great on model planes,
  3. outstanding series!


    Nov 29, 2006
    Nice series, did the X-1 launch from the B-29 and fly on it's own?
  5. Great shots - I want one of those! They look like a lot of fun. Loved the shot "Pall Bearers" :biggrin:
  6. Gr8Tr1x

    Gr8Tr1x Guest could have fooled me on some of them. They look like the real thing! Nice job though.
  7. Wow, some look like the real thing.
  8. Thanks for the comments. Have had no luck with air shows and good light this year. The X1 did launch from the B29. I did not know the full program, and stop shooting as the X1s rocket fired, as it returned to the runway. Neat program. Another plane dropped 3 RC parachutist. It was amazing wathing the B29 do a loop, that is a huge model!!
  9. Nice shots! Those planes are large.

  10. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    awesome images
  11. Very nice images Tom - and that is one serious hobby!
  12. Yes Fritz, like any hobby you can spend what you want, or have, LOL.
    The pall-bearers are carrying 4/6 $1000. The giant scale planes are very expensive. I did not keep the pics of the many very elaborate trailers that are used to haul the planes, at least we get our stuff in a camera a bag!! I did not capture the crash of a delta wing jet that crashed so hard that the motor was said to be buried 4" in the hard dirt.
  13. SRA


    Jul 29, 2005
    Orem, Utah
    These images are great. I especially liked the WWII warbirds.
  14. Bill Henry

    Bill Henry

    Feb 4, 2008

  15. Not trying to step on any toes, but I consider some things in life, "toys." For what some of these cost, they could even be considered a luxury to own. :smile:
  16. jhwrayiii

    jhwrayiii Guest

    Nice shots, that is pretty amazing!