By Jayembee67 on Oct 09, 2019

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My first build with an official frame for the DJI FPV System. I like GEPRC frames, they are interesting and usually very nicely made, and this is no exception. The retrofitting of the Mark4 frame is quite well done, but by putting the Air Unit into the caboose, it makes finding a place for the XT60 pigtail difficult, and frankly annoying. The lack of strap slots is irksome too...

But once it was done, it makes for a slick looking build, well done GEPRC, and the geometry flies very nicely. Plus the lizard shape means that it's pretty much entirely prop-free views, so I am running it at 16:9 as a more cinematic machine.



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adroc   Oct 09, 2019  

How do you like the frame?

Jayembee67   Oct 09, 2019 

It's good, nearly excellent. Top quality carbon and hardware, good geometry, flies fast, quick and stable. And you really can't see the props, even in 16:9 mode. But the pigtail placement was tricky, and that knocks off a few points, but other than that, this is really nice. And, most importantly, it flies really well!

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