My Chameleon 5"

By Le Thanh Tung on Oct 02, 2017

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datiptonator   Jan 11, 2018  

I know that it has been awhile, but what was your process for making the wiring to the motors look so clean? Is that cable sleeve sealed with shrink tubing?

Great looking quad!

RocketSquidFPV   Oct 05, 2017  

Beautiful, man. Hope to see more from you!

MrSmith   Oct 02, 2017  

Nice build! How you make photos like that?

Le Thanh Tung   Oct 02, 2017 

Thank you. I am a commercial photographer, I have enough stuff to make photos look nice.

Whiffles   Oct 02, 2017 

Yes, great work on the build and the photos. Are you using a light tent?

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