|Jan 09, 2014, 01:56 AM|
SkyHunter vs Hercules Wing
I have already done my homework going through the 2 specific SH and Hercules thread, but would any owner please tell me what would be a reasonable choice between those 2 for professional orthophotography, come rain or come shine ?
Until now, all others things being equal, the only advantage I can see toward the Hercules is a higher resistance to potential shocks. Stability, crosswinds resistance, lifting capacity ( 4x 5000 4s) seem to be the same for both models.
In that case the Hercules would be a winner for me as the only default for the SH seems to not cope so well with hard landings which may occur one day or another...
What is your experience ?
|Jan 09, 2014, 04:17 AM|
I have only been flying the sky hunter for a short time and I flew the x8 for a year or so.
If I was in your position Id go with a wing type aircraft. Most of the professional orthography
systems I have seen have been wing type aircraft. I think you should make a list of what
capability you need and make your choice from there.
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