Cotton Candy Chameleon

By Canarka on Sep 20, 2017

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Built this incredibly smooth flying Chameleon.

Still waiting on a black runcam to come in to clean up the build some. Also getting a reprint of the vinyl for the top plate so it goes to the end. Considering switching to a 4-1 ESC to allow more color through however I really want dshot 1200 on this build.

Otherwise, happy with how it turned out.

The effect looks better in person. Far more range of colors than I can pick up with my poor photography skills.


Part List


Armattan Chameleon (3 builds)

Flight Controller

CL Racing F4 Flight Controller (33 builds)


4 x SPEDIX GS30 32 BIT 30AMP ESC (DSHOT 1200) (8 builds)


4 x Hypetrain Freestyle 2306 2450KV Motor (V1.1) (95 builds)


4 x HQ Durable Prop 5X4.3X3V1S (2CW+2CCW) (345 builds)

FPV Camera

Runcam Swift 2 With OSD CCD 600TVL Camera (21 builds)

FPV Transmitter

ImmersionRC Tramp HV 5.8GHz Video Tx - (International Version) (140 builds)




TBS Crossfire Micro Receiver V2 (278 builds)


Thunder Power Adrenaline Series 1300mah 4s 80c (11 builds)

HD Camera

GoPro Hero5 Session (270 builds)

HD Camera

GoPro HERO5 Session (270 builds)

Misc Parts

4 PCS Realacc M3*7+4.5 Flight Controller Anti-Vibration Fixed Screws for RC Drone FPV Racing (50 builds)
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Danfpv   Oct 10, 2017  

Really love that skin!! I've been looking at this one, Is that similar to the one you have here? What are your thoughts on it and how is the installation.

Canarka   Oct 20, 2017 

Thats the exact skin. Installation was a breeze!

G4Z   Sep 29, 2017  

Very cool quad! Makes me want to rebuild my Chameleon. Question: looks like you have a Tramp HV in it- how did you get v-bat direct from the FC and then did you power the Swift from the Tramp? or from the FC?

Canarka   Sep 30, 2017 


I wired up the tramp to the VTX+/- on the board which supplies 7.6V to the tramp. This is considered the correct way to wire it with this board; 7.6V is plenty.

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