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Old newcomer

#1
Hi. I'm from the Philippines. Coming back to the hobby after 12 years of inactivity. A lot has changed since then -- 2.4 ghz radios, drones, stabilization system, etc. Basically trying to re-learn principles of electric flight and new technologies that found their in the hobby. Hopefully i came to the right place.
 

shadeyB

Well-known member
#2
Hi. I'm from the Philippines. Coming back to the hobby after 12 years of inactivity. A lot has changed since then -- 2.4 ghz radios, drones, stabilization system, etc. Basically trying to re-learn principles of electric flight and new technologies that found their in the hobby. Hopefully i came to the right place.
welcome back Panday
your certainly in the right place with lots of crazy pilots with better knowledge than fling skills 😂😂
and lots with both or less lol
on the other hand I’m ok at flying and very limited knowledge other than how to build, crash, repair, repeat 🎮💫✈️💥🔥
 

alan0043

Active member
#3
Hi. I'm from the Philippines. Coming back to the hobby after 12 years of inactivity. A lot has changed since then -- 2.4 ghz radios, drones, stabilization system, etc. Basically trying to re-learn principles of electric flight and new technologies that found their in the hobby. Hopefully i came to the right place.
Hi Panday,

Welcome to the forum. Don't be afraid to ask a question or too. There is a good bunch of people willing to help here on the forum.

Al
 

Merv

Well-known member
#4
Welcome to the forums.

Moving from 72 mHz to 2.4 gHz was a difficult learning experience for me. It took me a while to realize stuff was just not as compatible as before. Many brands of Tx have a unique protocol, insuring that they will not work with the competitors. I would recommend looking for a Tx with a built in multi protocol module, this will allow you to purchase any brand of Rx and not be locked in to any one brand.
 
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The Fopster

Well-known member
#5
I think you found the right place. This is the friendliest and most helpful RC flying bunch that I've found on the web. Welcome and good luck with the new tech!