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By Rudygon on Jun 21, 2020

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Re-purposed BetaFPV 85X
Finally got to build me one of these. Many thanks to those that did the hard work figuring all this out. Used Ummagawd 85X conversion kit and Oscar Liang tutorial for assembly and setup as well as the GoPro teardown video by FPV Whoop.
GoPro is a Hero6. Its flying well.
huh. im able to start the recording from the remote but i havent been able to stop it with the remote. Have to do it with the app via Wifi.
might need a button. and a record light. Got careless and clipped it off with the wire cutters:(
Update: Removed USB-C plug, lost 3 grams.
removed HDMI plug.
See HD version in my builds.
Working on 95X frame version.

Photos

Part List

Frame

Beta85X Whoop Frame (9 builds)
Betafpv.com
$1.99

FPV Camera

RunCam Racer Nano (8 builds)
Shop.runcam.com
$34.99

Receiver

Team BlackSheep TBS Crossfire Nano RX - Heli-Nation (702 builds)
Heli-nation.com
$24.99

3D Printed

Umma85 - Beta85x Naked GoPro Cinewhoop Kit
Ummagawd.com
$21.95
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Discussion

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dafunk   Jul 04, 2020  
1

Nice footage, I enjoyed watching it

Rudygon   Jul 04, 2020 

cool, good to hear.

Whiffles   Jun 22, 2020  
2

Nice and smooth! I'm about to make myself a GoPro Lite for the Beta85X myself. Looking forward to flying it!

Rudygon   Jun 22, 2020 
1

With Reelsteady it feels like cheating :), still, i love technology.

Rudygon   Jun 22, 2020 

cool yeah, good platform to use. My 85X is from first batch so cant use 4S because fire.
best of luck with the build.

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