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Andy4568
Every human looks every thing with different aspects by naturally, and have different ideas against different things.As far i think that heli is the ever best setup because it can performs so many functions and things that aircraft and planes can not.They have a big advantage over an airplane, especially when people might be trapped in a tight place like on a mountain where there is not a lot of space to land or on the water. They are also used for rescuing people from burning buildings, from trees when there are floods, or lifting them off of the decks of sinking ships.I think that you will agree with me, if not then tell me that what is your opnion about these setups?

Regards.
Andy.
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judith222
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BarryMartin
The answer is this:
Helis are harder to set up to fly FPV.
Quads are easy to tune, from beginners to advanced (with the right controller eg. coptercontrol).
Helis are notorious for their vibrations.
Quads are generally smoother (nice video).
Quads generally will have longer flight times.
Quads have more space for FPV gear, gopro, OSD .
Quads are tougher.
Quads will fit into tighter areas.
Quads are safer.
Quads are way cheaper to crash, and YOU WILL CRASH flying FPV.
Quads are easier/quicker to repair, spend your time flying not re-building.
3D helicopters are made for 3D flight.
And YES, you can fly hard with a quad.
finally, quads just make a better FPV platform....

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Regards,
Barry Martin
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james04k
helicopter are much harder to set up than quadcopter. So i'lll suggest heli and it's more easier to fly.
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squishy
quads are not easy to tune (depending on controller)
quads have lots of vibration, you must learn how to combat it (depending on motors and props chosen)
quads are more stable and better for FPV than a heli (unless you get a flybarless heli controller with GPS hold)
helis are much harder to fly
both of them have FPV drawbacks because of the small platform
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ghostrider03z
Yea, the controller makes it either a breeze tuning, or weeks of searching the web for answers.

If you get a hexa, you could add a little more square inches for fpv gear.
Crashing is part of learning. If you don't have any, it's like getting an F
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squishy
if you want to fly quad's via FPV, you really need an FPV frame like the disco or the honeybadger..I use cheap fpv frame plates off of fleebay...
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ghostrider03z
Even without fpv you could use a bigger frame
Crashing is part of learning. If you don't have any, it's like getting an F
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Andy4568
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if you want to fly quad's via FPV, you really need an FPV frame like the disco or the honeybadger..I use cheap fpv frame plates off of fleebay...

I agree with you Squishy...........FPV piloting is becoming a big part of the radio controlled hobbies.

Regards.
Andy.
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