6 inch bi-blades freestyle build

By SlightlyScratchedCorolla on May 09, 2021

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Built this to test Timmy RC's claim about 6" bi-blades being better at freestyle than 5" tri-blade.

The quad all up weight is between 700g to 720g with a hero 7 depending on the battery.



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stado65   Jun 07, 2021  

Nice build ! I wanted to make the same but also faced the problem of the Nebula cable being too short :-(
How did you solve this ?

SlightlyScratchedCorolla   Jun 07, 2021 

I bought a 200mm cable. Or you could mount the vista unit closer to the camera on a piece a foam and ziptie it, the 120mm cable would be enough, albeit just barely.

stado65   Jun 07, 2021 

Thanks ! I think I will buy a 200 mm cable ;-)

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