By DroneDome on Jun 21, 2020

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Built my version of a CineQueen. All parts were from GEPRC except the Caddx Vista, receiver, and the props.

  • Link to how I wired my first build (and second build): View the PPT Build Diagram
    Note: My first attempt to wire up the quad had a couple of issues with the OSD not showing, and the LED lights malfunctioning. I believe it was due to the Capacitor placement so I used wires to relocated it in a reasonable place. The link shared is the final wiring end result; included is a Runcam I used for my second build. The quad is not balanced well, until I use the lipo battery and place it near the front. Unbalanced quad towards the back can cause issues with rear motors overheating.



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