Buzz

By TheLeprechaunPirate on Jan 12, 2018

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This build was a pain ass but it flies. There’s a little bit of oscillation in the video but different props produced better results. I will have to wait for bigger props (I ran out :c). 8000kv 2s works but it’s meant for chill flying. I think I’ll upgrade to 10,000kv motors soon.

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Reviewedge   Jul 02, 2018  

What is that camera mount? Looks neat.

TheLeprechaunPirate   Aug 01, 2018 

Sorry for the late reply! It was a mount I purchased from the same site I purchased the Mira frame from: https://flexrc.com/product/m2-16x16-cm275t-fpv-camera-mount-v2/ (If you haven't found it already).

TheLeprechaunPirate   Aug 01, 2018 

It's not a bad mount, but some extra work might have to be done with it to make the camera stay snug (I had to adjust once in awhile or after a crash).

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