back to Oakland i can do better
From YouTube Channel: October 25, 2020 at 09:31AM
ONN – Bet This Crazy Downtown Oakland Drone YouTube Video Makes You Dizzy
Not sure who this drone video-maker is, but that person managed to make me dizzy. This is what they wrote:
last week i came to this spot and flew but didnt do so well..
This time Lance came with me so i had a look out and i flew much better.
Ok. Stay tuned.
we’re at the Kaiser building across the street from Lake Merrit in Oakland , CA, im flying the Impulse RC Alien frame with 2750 kv T-Motors on a 4s battery. Im not much of a building diver but it was still lots of fun!!!
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