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Posted by George Lowell | Oct 18, 2014 @ 01:34 AM | 2,840 Views
The 350QX2 is an improvement over the original 350QX. This is the 3rd 350 in that I have purchased and I can say from past experience that the 350 QX2 holds its position without drifting in the designated modes so far perfactly much better than the original 350 QX.
With the original 350QX when turning at hi speeds it would at times hesitate and spin in a circle like it was confused. This happened with both two 350QX's I had bought and I am happy to see this issue has been fixed with the new 350QX2.
I am using the DX7s as my controller.
Anyways, I thought I would comment on this in case anyone was wondering about the 350QX2 vs the 350QX.
Happy flying everyone!!
Posted by George Lowell | Mar 03, 2014 @ 08:36 PM | 2,849 Views
350QX night light ldeas gone wild.mp4 (2 min 53 sec)

The Sheriff payed me a visit last night saying I was freaken people out with the light setup on my 350QX.
Sheriff said he saw it two miles down the road high in the sky. So I started to land it then he told me "wait, no land it because he had to/wanted to get a video so I few a little longer.
Here is another view of the night lights on the 350Qx.
Posted by George Lowell | Feb 27, 2014 @ 04:42 PM | 2,488 Views
Blade 350QX night lights gone wild.mp4 (2 min 32 sec)

Some cool led lighting ideas on the 350 QX quad.
Most of the leds was at Walmart. 12 volt.
Posted by George Lowell | Feb 09, 2014 @ 12:42 PM | 3,186 Views
Yep it worked. I bound two 350QX s at the same time on my DX7s and then flew them both at the same time with one transmitter. To my surprise even after countless spinning of the yaw/rudder the both stayed in sync always was pointing in the same direction. I traveled with the elevator and aileron and they both stayed in sync. Admitting once they seemed to get too close for comfort so I switched to RTH knowing they would space back out to where they took off from.
I should have done a video on this.... i suppose I still can.
Talk about dancing in sync, these birds were like clones moving exactly in sync with each other with every move.

Posted by George Lowell | Nov 25, 2013 @ 01:33 PM | 2,503 Views
Video flight of the 350QX with Action Shot Digital Video Camera. One disadvantage with this camera is there is no stabilization ability unlike the Gopro cameras.