The Unnamed

By WicketFPV on Mar 07, 2017

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I designed a freestyle frame and this is the first prototype. I have gone through a few frames and there were always things I liked and didn't like about them so I set out to make something that I wanted. It's a 5" X Frame with a long enough body for components but no extra wasted space. The frame allows for either top or bottom battery mounting but with a HD camera you run out of a lot of room fast. Currently the frame is coming in at ~110g but I am hoping to get that down to 90-100g on the next revision. AUW is ~615g

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