FX-79 Buffalo Long Range FPV Flying Wing Review

Long Range FPV has its own charms and attractions. But one serious and most important question that every long range FPV pilot has in their mind right at the beginning is, What RC Plane will be the best Long Range plane offering, all the space they need to setup their gear on, Super stable flight performance, Great cruising Speed and long flight endurance? Well New Zeta Science and Technology answered all the above requirements plus much more with their new amazing 2 meter Flying wing, the FX-79 Buffalo. This plane comes in 3 pieces, that means wings detached, Assembling and Setting up this plane was a breeze, Wings attach and detach so quick that makes this giant flying wing a very transportation and storage friendly. Setting up CG is another breeze, and flight performance is simply admirable. If setup right, once you throw it in the air and put on your FPV goggles, you are for sure going to fall in love with this plane. FX-79 Buffalo offers, not only plenty of space inside its fuselage to mount all of your FPV gear but also offers, super stable flight, cruise speeds upto 100kmph, a great stall free slow soaring for windy days, and aerobatic capabilities. Feel free to explore the places flying long range FPV with your long range gear. This is indoor review with some FPV flights footage teaser. I shall post full flight videos and FPV flights soon. Thanks to Maker Studios for another great year! Click this link to join me at Maker and power up your YouTube channel http://awe.sm/dHfX9 All AliShanMao Video fans can now get your AliShanMao Logo Shirt here http://www.rodeoarcade.com/products/alishanmao-panther-tee Comments and feedback welcome at alishanmao@gmail.com , info@onlyflyingmachines.com and alishanmaolife@gmail.com Don't forget to visit http://www.onlyflyingmachines.com , and Subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/alishanmaolife and http://www.youtube.com/alishanmao

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FX-79 Buffalo Testing FY41AP and Drift HD Ghost
Here is a simple short range FPV Flight video with my FX-79 Buffalo Long Range FPV wing. On this flight my sole purpose was to test all the features of new FY41AP autopilot for Fixed wing planes and my new Drift HD Ghost HD Action camera. Everything worked super fine, except that I am totally disappointed with the built in FY41AP OSD and its unreadable thin white washed out letters display. Thanks to Maker Studios for another great year! Click this link to join me at Maker and power up your YouTube channel http://awe.sm/dHfX9 All AliShanMao Video fans can now get your AliShanMao Logo Shirt here http://www.rodeoarcade.com/products/alishanmao-panther-tee Comments and feedback welcome at alishanmao@gmail.com , info@onlyflyingmachines.com and alishanmaolife@gmail.com Don't forget to visit http://www.onlyflyingmachines.com , and Subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/alishanmaolife and http://www.youtube.com/alishanmao





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