MQC Le Drib Build

By cyscojac on Nov 21, 2017

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This is my second FPV build. Total actual cost was closer to $345 as I purchased some parts from a friend and Amazon. Pictures show a Foxeer Monster V2 camera; however upon testing I was receiving random black screens in my goggles. I switched the FPV camera with a RunCam Eagle 2 and the problem is resolved. Skid pads are a excellent addition and would highly recommend. Also setup Telemetry and Smart Audio, so awesome to change VTX channels, PIDs, and rates from my transmitter.



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obscuriosity   Jan 12, 2018  

This looks like it might suffer from severe propwash. Is that the case?

RocketSquidFPV   Nov 23, 2017  

Can i just say that looks beautiful?

cyscojac   Nov 23, 2017 

Thanks, I’m very new to FPV drones

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