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  1. Hi All, I would like to know if any one has had a look at the newer Syma X5HW drone. I am very interested in acquiring one as a way to start my practice with fpv. I was flying a Skywalker 1306 ( I think) in a rolling cage until I burnt out one of the motors trying to fly it in the wind.Not worth repairing it in Cape Town, RSA I have about 10 hours of flying time on that, which of course was 8 minutes flying and 1.5 hours charging at a time. They are reasonably priced in South Africa, relatively speaking, and just want some opinions on them. My aim is to event
  2. There were gusty winds the day after the snowstorm ended last week, but I wanted to see if my little Syma X5C could handle it -- and if I could handle it. I'm a newbie quad pilot (have only owned this thing for a few weeks), and I was worried because the snow was two feet deep, and I would have to land quite close to where I was standing, because it was going to be very difficult to take more than a few steps to retrieve the copter. Sure enough, keeping it steady was not possible (for me, anyway), but I got it up, got a shot of the house, and got it down near me, so I quit while I was ahead! H