Angry Fairy

By hopsa on Jul 14, 2019

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This build started with the frame and a good deal on the FC + ESC combo on a local auction platform. The ESC at least is way way overkill for this.
The Mitsuko is a quite minimalist frame and needs a bit of creative problem solving to install all hardware. In my case I added a few 3d printed TPU parts: Camera adapter, antenna holder, vtx tray, motor soft mounts.

Total weight with props but without battery: 236 g.

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fovea   Jul 14, 2019  

very nice! never saw a 4inch plus inhere or probably in general!
would be very nice to see how it perform, a dvr post would be very nice.

hopsa   Jul 15, 2019 
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Here you go:

I'm still not that confident in flying this quad and the tune needs some work with propwash handling. Im sure it could do more than this with a better tune and of course a better pilot...
Also I'm still flying EV100 goggles which is the reason why the dvr looks so crap, not the fault of the camera or vtx.
The amp meter claims it topped out at almost 90 amps, but that's probably bullshit.

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