QAVX 130 (QQX130) + Runcam Split

By rixx on Jul 23, 2017

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I bought an unfinished micro quad project from my friend. It consists of the qqx130 frame and the emax 1306 red bottoms. My main goal for this build is to fit the runcam split and use my beerotor 20A dshot600 escs lying around.

At first it looks like it's going to work according to plan. But upon mock up, the runcam split won't fit the stock camera plates included in the QQX130.

I decided to design a model to house the runcam split camera on top of the plate so that the runcam split board and the dys f4 fc would fit inside (also to prevent the propellers from being in the camera) . I also added 2 25mm standoffs in the 3d printed camera mount for added rigidity

I used a tbs unify pro HV vtx from TBS which is from their unify exchange program (your other brand vtx exchange to a unify pro). I'm using a stumpy tbs triumph antenna with this, but might change in the future to a linear pigtail ( coz "weight reduction bro")

The build was successful as I was able to fit everything in the QQX130. The only problem I encountered is when i tried to record the video, the camera sideplates are seen in the video..... I just uploaded an updated design on thingiverse but haven't tested yet.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2440643

Stay tuned for maiden flight.

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moteasa   Sep 14, 2017  

Do you have any footage from this? Curious to see how it looks. How is video feed when recording? Does it feel like any delay?

rixx   Sep 17, 2017 

Hi moeteasa. Here's a footage of the runcam split. It's on a different frame tho,

. Personally I can feel that there's a delay. So I will be using it as a HD recording cam instead of FPV Cam.

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