|Dec 07, 2010, 10:01 AM|
Joined Dec 2003
Keeping fingers warm whenst shooting
Well its getting cold up in the north here and I'm trying to shoot some car dealerships and a bank. I have gloves with cut off fingers but when I was flying the other day my fingers went numb. I could only get one short flight out. I know they make a hood that goes over a transmitter but I get weired out by having that over my tx. Anyone happen to have any ideas? This is were FPV would be ideal, got to build/get a quad.
|Dec 07, 2010, 01:24 PM|
Wear a pair of surgical latex gloves under your normal ones. They do a surprisngly good job of keeping your fingers warm while still giving you the dexterity of cut off ones. This is what I do when I fly slope and I'm cold.
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