BatJet - The RadJet 800 FPV version

By moserello on Feb 06, 2021

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Hi guys,

this is our first FPV Jet that we build and for this first attempt we choose the so popular RadJet 800.
The problem was to fit all the components in a build with tiny spaces.

We designed some custom 3D printed parts to fit FPV components into this build

It carries a 2200 mAh 3S Lipo but we plan to upgrade motors and escs after some testing

SW: INAV

Hope you like it!

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jdmkramer   23 days ago  
1

Rad indeed! Have any flight footage? I'd like to see the FPV perspective. I guess the camera is in the canopy not pictured?

moserello   23 days ago 
1

Thanks for the comment! Still no flight footage yet, but they will arrive as soon as possible!

Actually the FPVcamera is in the nose. I made a tiny hole just to pass-through cables and reach the FC. You can notice the black foxeer in front (quite risky, I admit)

More FPV contents on my YT channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/fpvflow
Jet videos are yet to come :)

jdmkramer   19 days ago 
1

Oh! I see it now :D

moserello   19 days ago 

thanks mate :D

OptimaZe   24 days ago  
1

Looks awesome!

moserello   24 days ago 
1

Thank you so much βœŒπŸΌπŸ‘Š

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