x210 Extooten

By dansleeth on Oct 10, 2017

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This quad flies really well, but I found the lack of space quite frustrating. The holes for the stack should have been pushed back a centimetre or so. This would allow space for an additional board and would prevent the flight controller obstructing the FPV camera (which it currently does).

Update

I lost my action cam in a pretty harsh crash. The bottom of that yellow mount snapped when I landed upside down and the camera was flung across a field. RIP. I decided to buy a new frame (Martian Anniversary Edition) and Runcam Split instead of another action cam. Check out my other builds to see it...

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