TBS Digital

By kevintmckay on Nov 11, 2019

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wanted to build a simple solid platform around the new DJI digital air unit, I am pleased with the results.
dry 350
with 4s 520
the handling and balance are very nice



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Adm009   Mar 31, 2020  

link to the camera mounts? thanks!

IsaacFPV   Mar 07, 2020  

what props are you using? the link you listed is to a set of 3 blades

Impavidus   Nov 12, 2019  

Would you happen to have a few more pics? At least a side pic. I too have this TBS frame and I would like to see how everthing is mounted.

kevintmckay   Nov 16, 2019 

sure, the esc I used was to big so had to top mount the air unit, works fine but after I burn it will use something smaller. the handling on this thing is beutufuly and without a go pro its nimble but also pretty bullet proof

Impavidus   Nov 19, 2019 

Great build. I'm going to do the same thing with the antennas. I'll mount the esc with leads facing left or right and utilize https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3937660 for the air unit.

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