CineKong

By Vince_fpv on May 14, 2020

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I did this build to be able to do some 4k videos around my place. Had to spend a lot of time to remove all the noise on the fpv video feed (was due to the telemetry of the R-XSR). Still have some noise when arming but it is flyable, I need to investigate more.

This drone is quite heavy for his size, and especially with those 2inch props (3inch doesn't fit) but is still fly smoothly.

Do not hesitate to post a comment if you have any questions or some tips on my noise issue when arming.

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