Water recovery systems

I do most my flights over water .
I get nobody bothering me with airport shit and I do enjoy the additional flow of adrenaline .

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Yes :blush:

https://www.marsparachutes.com

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Mmmmm… a soft landing before drowning.
Think I’d rather not delay certain death. Why prolong the pain ? :wink:

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LOL! I think I agree.

“Fuck it!” Wheeeee… splash!

is better than

“Fuck it!” “Oh no!” “Oh fuckity-fuck fuckity fuckity fuckity fuck!” - for 5 minutes before … an almost silent “splish!”.

:rofl:

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Then you watch the parachute on the water for another 30 seconds before the down pulls it down . Even more fuckity fucks to go though.
:laughing:

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Naaah … you can’t fuckity-fuck as you swim like buggery! :wink:

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Or fit one of these.

So … a parashute (condom) and a geterbach (dildo) = happy times .

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7 mins before it deploys if ya drone goes in the waves or something like the thames it will be a long way from where it went in and chances of finding that little yellow thing are gona be pretty long

Just split this to a new thread :+1:t2:

I didn’t invent it or have any intentions of buying it.
I just thought I’d share.

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:rofl:

Whaaaaat???!!! :joy::joy::joy::joy:

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some of the drones we’ve had out have had parachutes on them specially if they are over london or houses

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How come you’re allowed to fly over London and I’m not? :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

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Now that I’ve had my eyes opened to blummin parachutes for drones they make a hell of a lot of sense.

Must be an almost 1st option when flying in built up areas. A pretty good solution.

Have you ever had to ‘pull the cord’ ?

Sadly I don’t get to fly them well not at the moment anyway I just work on films we have loads of dif firms out flying some really great with over 60 grands worth some turn up with a phantom average turn up with an inspire or matrice

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I have to confess - if I had 60 grands worth up there I’d not only have a parachute … I’d also have a team running around beneath with a massive catch-net!

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On Sherlock Holmes movie they had a camera out they hired for an afternoon flown over from France cost them 150 grand to hire it :flushed:
The best I seen was on
One of the bond films they shot a chase down the Thames and the remote helicopter was controlled by a bloke who was siting strapped onto the front of a speed boat he was so good that had a fortunes worth of camera on it and a fortune worth of footage

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That pic of the drone was for the commercial when all the paper planes were landing in offices and homes BT I think

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