Betatrash 85 + DVR

By Samw85 on Aug 25, 2019

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This build was done for the currently running International Game of Whoop (IGOW:

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It's essentially a 85mm 2-3S whoop with onboard DVR.

The setup is more or less what is now sold as Beta 85 pro2 (so F4 AIO, 1103 11000Kv and 2" props on a 85mm frame), but I added a trashcan canopy and upgraded the camera to a runcam nano v2 and the VTX to the Diamond VTX to have onboard DVR.

after some jello issues, I went with sticking the VTX directly to the FC with double-sided sticky tape, and to use zip ties to hold the canopy down. I also added some foam above and below the lens.

Now it flies jello-free, and it does so pretty well!
Happy with the build.

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MTopp   4 days ago  

Neat

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