Tomo Mikro

By Minichado on Oct 17, 2018

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Edit: this is sold, but left here for posterity
Tomoquads Mickro V2 frame. there is no link for this anymore. it was a sub $40 frame. I have it built with the red 3D printed accessories but have a full printout of light blue ones as well I will include with a sale.

I honestly don't know what vtx is in here, it is 25/200mw switchable. possibly a vtx03.

This has a resistor soldered for built in cam control (the jerry rig setup before it was a feature on most FCs). The runcam installed on this now has a 2.3 lens (photo shows 2.1 lens)

This mikro was used to rescue a plane stuck in the top of a tree!

Photos

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vaportrail123   Oct 20, 2018  

but, is it [B]oneless?

Jodie Froster   Oct 19, 2018  

Your rescue video is amazing

Minichado   Oct 19, 2018 
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Thanks! we had a team of people and made a morning out of it. I mean I encourage my friend to crash a plane on purpose again but if it does happen, I am less worried :D

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