Armattan Chameleon

By Frostman on May 22, 2017

5  768  2

First off, I really love this frame. The space in the frame is perfect. Just enough room for everything you need. Now that that's out of the way...

The power system on this quad came from a quad I had upgraded but hadn't used much. So the T-motors and LB30s were pretty much brand new. I also transferred over the VTX and RX from that build. So the only new parts were the camera, Revolt, Armattan pdb, the pagoda antenna, session mount, and the frame itself.

Thankfully everything transferred over well and the build was super easy. I really like the adjustable camera mount and the vtx mount in the rear as well as all the other things that armattan designed in like the window to adjust the dip switches on the VTX (I don't mind old school).



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Hawki   Dec 27, 2017  

Nice choice of electronics and better than average building skills shown. Very nicely done. You have given me some inspiration of my upcoming Rooster build ... thanks for sharing your build.
Cheers, HawkiFPV

Frostman   Dec 27, 2017 

Thank you! It’s a prettY nice setup overall.

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