FGR FPV Transcend

By FGR FPV on Apr 15, 2019

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This is my own frame design, which I made to include everything I want in a racer.
It's (of course) a 5 inch design, 50° locked cam angle.
Arms can be quick swapped.
The pod contains all video components, camera, antenna and vtx.
With a CNHL 120C it weights around 450g.

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IcarusIX   4 days ago  
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That frame looks really good and the canopy also looks great when it locks the angle by holding the lens like that, better for aero too. nice one

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fovea   4 days ago 

beautyfull! more photos of your unique frame pls

FGR FPV   3 days ago 
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Done :P V1 pictures and V2 renderings. (v2 will arrive soon)

fovea   3 days ago 
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very nice! thanks
artfull photos!

astronautfpv   4 days ago  
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Awesome frame and canopy! Well done FGR!

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