Party pooper!Call me the party pooper, but it didn't jump all that high, and appeared to almost be behind the power curve for the first few seconds after lift off. Looks like if you needed to take off from a small spot, and don't have any obstacles to clear this would work, but if your trying to clear trees or other structures, you would need some room to build airspeed and establish a climb.
I might be wrong, but it appears he flew down the "runway" (cow pasture) a ways & then we see the rear of his rotorblades presented in a broader angle. It appears that he was flairing & dropping back down onto the grass.At the lowest point of the rear keel, slightly above the plate. There appears to be a flat plate that is moving within the slipstream.
Is this some sort of attitude indicator plane in relation to relative wind?
It seems to be moving slightly at about 25-30 seconds