Whats up folks and welcome to my first blog! If you don't know who I am, allow me to introduce myself. I am Dennis Bosher AKA TripleCap AKA CAP. I am a designer, gamer and FPV drone pilot. I have been into computers for most of my life, which lead me to a carreer in graphic design. That carreer allowed me to afford a couple hobbies like gaming and FPV flying. I have been a gamer for as long as I can remember and only recently have put it aside to focus on my new passion of FPV Flight. I have a Youtube account with over 250 videos. I upload at least once a week but usually much more frequently than that. I try to fly every day and I usually document every flight with a video. If I am not uploading a video its because I didn't fly that day. However many times even if I don't fly, I will try to find a reason to upload something. It's not that I have a ton of fans or anything, I just enjoy sharing my experiences with the world.
As of this moment I am gronded due to several inches of snow that has fallen over the last few hours, but don't expect that to hold me back. Chances are I will find some way to share an experience in some form or another.. Come to think of it, this blog is serving that purpose right now.
I recently was flying and expeirenced the infamous death roll, that is commonly known in the FPV community. It was a first for me and it was quite a violent experience. The high speed spin scattered components across several feet and then fell to its death over a cow field from about 75 feet in the sky. I was lucky to retrieve most of the components with the exception of my video transmitter which is still hiding in a cow patty somewhere in the field. No worries though my favorite website will have a replacement here in a couple days. Thank You GetFPV! With the ground being covered in snow, and the weekend approaching it puts me in an uncomfortable place. Normally I would fly several times on the weekend and though I have some parts laying around that would allow me to rig something up to get in the air, the thought of crashing my electricity powered flying machine into frozen water is not so appealing. Don't expect that to hold me back for too long though. Parts can be replaced but memories must be made!
Well thats enough for the first blog, you now know a little about me and my current FPV situation. If you have made it this far, I thank you very much and I kindly request that you like and subscribe to my Youtube otherwise this webpage will explode.. Don't try closing it, there is a tracking cookie already downloaded to your computer that will fry your PC in 30 seconds... 29....28....27....