FlipFPV

By AcroFPV on Nov 03, 2015

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I got this frame probably 2 years ago and its indestructible!

Parts:
SunnySky 2216-880kv Motors
BlueSeries 30A SimonK ESC's
APM 2.5 Flight controller
GPS, OSD, Data radio etc....
1280mhz 800mw video transmitter
OpenLRSng UHF system

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MrPistachios   Jan 06, 2018  

Woo! Can't wait to see the rebuild

AcroFPV   Jan 24, 2018 

hahahaha.... yeah i need to finish it so i can move it off my workbench! :D

Whiffles   Nov 04, 2015  

No parts? How's the video come out with that gimbal?

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AcroFPV   Nov 04, 2015 

Parts list is changing.... I am doing a complete re-build (probably the 5th time for this frame) and I will update the parts list when Im complete with this latest build :)

AcroFPV   Nov 04, 2015 

The last flight of the gimbal:

Whiffles   Nov 04, 2015 

Oh boy, it's always a risk doing proximity flying with a gimbal. They're just so fragile. I find myself repairing my gimbal more than anything else.

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