2Fiddy 4in 6s Stealth Edition

By ExplodingEvo on Jan 15, 2023

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When the polar starlight came out, I decided for all the quads I flew the most, I'd have one for day, and one for night. I did this with the 5in, and traveling internationally I decided to do this with the 4in as well. It's smaller, lighter, and I'm all about being able to fly without being hassled.

It's the same as my other 2Fiddy builds mostly, but with these 1804 xnova motors. If I could, I'd probably take a slightly higher KV but they're good enough. The weight is super low and it's sub250g with an insta360 go 2. If I'm taking a trip overseas, this and my ProTek25 6s are going with me.

I run them with the Goggles 2 now and usually put an insta360 go 2 on top, although I'm thinking of using my Hero 10 Bones for cinematic stuff. I might try to rip apart one of my other hero 8s and make a naked gopro, but I've already broken one, so I've held off.



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Apeian   Jan 20, 2023  

Hey...great build ;) - looking at your footage, it looks like you are having the same issue as me with the Insta360go - "Jello" on your footage. I got rid of that using a TPU mount and putting the camera in a vertical position instead of horizontal. Take a look at my footage from my 3d printed hex here:

ExplodingEvo   Jan 25, 2023 

it's really a function of the mount on the 250 frame I don't have the jello issues on my Protek25 that being said I'm going to be using different quads with the 03 air units on my next trip. I might take a GoPro bones but I had forgot to bring it

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