Cyclops Shark

By jdmkramer on Apr 01, 2018

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I've changed several parts of the Black Shark to allow for 720p onboard recording and longer range. I modded the Cyclops with a lens from a Wolfwhoop AIO, but I'm still looking for the best M7 out there. Flies 5 minutes of fun on 450 Tattu, and Goes just over a mile and back. :)

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UpMostBeast FPV   20 days ago  

What's the weight and flight time?

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jdmkramer   19 days ago 

45g dry, 67g all up. Odd that CNHL says those packs are 27g. I replaced the connector and mine are 21-22g. I can't imagine I took 5 grams off each pack, but my scale weighs a nickel within 0.1g

UpMostBeast FPV   19 days ago 
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yeah i am planning on building a baby shark since it seems the electronics will be more protected. i was just trying to uage how mine would compare to yours since i am using a few of the same parts. Its good to know you can still get plenty of flight time with these lightweight micro quads.

jdmkramer   16 days ago 

Just got 6.5min on a tattu 450. not blasting it, but a nice leasurely cruise. ;)

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