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Hi there!
#1
Hello All,

Just wanted to introduce myself  Smile

I am writing from the UK, completely new to the RC scene, multicopters and FPV - oh, and I have zero experience with electronics, soldering and the lot...

I am, however, thirsty for knowledge and avid to learn more about this fascinating world.

Thank you all for sharing your knowledge and experience, I am certain they will help me progressing and avoiding some errors (others will be inevitable, I am sure)!

-snafu
#2
welcome to the forum snafu,
read and don't hesitate to ask if you have any doubts there is a bunch of people that are willing to help (sometimes)

and have fun with new hobby, (don't worry about lack of knowledge it will come ... do you want it or not)
All the best
Grzesiek (Grisha/ Greg)

Curently flyable: Nox 5, Nox 3
Bench / in progres: ZMRX(scrap build)
thinking about building: 450
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#3
Hey Snafu, thanks for joining the forum Smile
We all start from some point, all that matters is that you enjoy what you do!
Welcome and have fun!
A better FPV'er than LOS'er :) -- My Fleet
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#4
Welcome Snafu!
You have arrived at a fantastic, helpful and active forum busting at the seams with extremely knowledgeable and helpful people, of which I am not one..!
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#5
Hey guys,

Thank you all for welcoming me here!

I have many questions and doubts (I am currently looking into radio transmitters and receivers to start with...) and I am furiously researching the forum to find my answers  Wink

I will certainly ask and participate here, as I'm sure the best way to learn is to ask those who already went through the same learning exercises... man the learning curve for this hobby is steep if you have no background at all!  Tongue

-snafu
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#6
(12-24-2016, 02:24 AM)snafu Wrote: Hey guys,

Thank you all for welcoming me here!

I have many questions and doubts (I am currently looking into radio transmitters and receivers to start with...) and I am furiously researching the forum to find my answers  Wink

I will certainly ask and participate here, as I'm sure the best way to learn is to ask those who already went through the same learning exercises... man the learning curve for this hobby is steep if you have no background at all!  Tongue

-snafu

yes it's a steep learning curve but you could normally get over it in 2 - 3 weeks of studying Smile
don't forget to check out my blog! especially the beginner tutorial series on the right hand sidebar! (oscarliang.com)
A better FPV'er than LOS'er :) -- My Fleet
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#7
(12-24-2016, 04:08 AM)Oscar Wrote: yes it's a steep learning curve but you could normally get over it in 2 - 3 weeks of studying Smile
don't forget to check out my blog! especially the beginner tutorial series on the right hand sidebar! (oscarliang.com)

Thanks Oscar, I've already come across your site and I am finding it very useful! Smile
I am currently spending a lot of time studying all the information, and I am finding the process very interesting and rewarding!

Just hope it won't be too long before I make my mind up on what I want to get and I get airborne... Wink
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