CINEWHOOPER

By wklee.fpv on Aug 28, 2019

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3DPOWER x Reptile CLOUD-149
T-Motor F20II 3750KV
HQ Prop DP 3x3x4
Foxeer Micro Predator v4
TBS UNIFY PRO 5G8 HV
TBS Crossfire Nano Rx

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Whiffles   19 days ago  

Get any footage yet? I just got that frame but I haven't done anything with it yet.

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wklee.fpv   10 days ago 

Testing it with a 1300mah battery last weekend, I got 7 minutes flight time. will have footage soon!!

wklee.fpv   10 days ago 

Reptile one is better. the duct is molded (not 3D printed). also, for donut one, there is no way to connect the flight controller once the duct is installed.

Whiffles   10 days ago 

I feel like the Reptile is better quality, but the ducts aren't joined. I'm a little concerned about vibrations, but I haven't flown it yet. If you have a 90 degree USB adapter or a thin USB you can push it between the ducts of the Donut. It's not ideal but it's workable.

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