By 00jferna on Sep 14, 2020

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I wanted to play in the cinewhoop game (mostly to chase my kids and dogs), but didnt want to tear apart a GoPro.

Enter the Shendrones Nutmeg, the smalled quad that can carry a full GoPro Hero7!

My print quality isn't the greatest, but it works. Also, cutting your own props is a real pain. Andy Shen provided a prop cutter that your can 3D print and attach to your dremel, but it didn't quite fit my dremel.

On stock 4.1, this guy flutters and twitches too much. I upped the roll and pitch Ps and Ds, as well as the feed forward.


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