Split Shark | Falcon Multirotors

By BrOverBee on Dec 20, 2018

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When my V2 RotorX Atom broke (frame cracked at an arm) I was looking for a replacement that was capable of carrying HD video. At the time, I had no GoPro Session's and there weren't a whole lot of options for a 3in build that could carry HD footage. I had seen the original Runcam Split, but the conclusion was that it was garbage. About that same time the V2 split came out and it solved a lot of the complaints from the V1, and I also heard about a frame called the Split Shark from Falcon Multirotors. This is an excellent little frame, and I've had a lot of fun flying it. Here are some videos that I put together with the split shark!

Build Video:

Maiden Video:

Proper Flight Video:


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sergetania   Dec 20, 2018  

No jello! How? One of the smoothest 3" video I have seen! Nicely done! 👍

BrOverBee   Dec 20, 2018 

Those videos were done before i put the TPU canopy on. I did that to get more camera tilt, but it caused there to be a lot of vibration and rolling shutter. With the camera hard-mounted it was pretty unsusceptible to jello. A good tune helps too ;-)

sergetania   Dec 20, 2018 

That's the problem with the split cameras and 3" drones. Anything could make video crappy. And then you have to have a good tune! 🙄 Who's got time for that! 😁

jdmkramer   Dec 20, 2018  

That footage looks silky smooth :)

BrOverBee   Dec 20, 2018 

Thanks bud! I need to get it back out - been down with the FC/ESC being wonky.

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