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#1 Bearsa LLC Nov 23, 2012 05:50 PM

Blade 500 3D for Naza-H Autopilot
 
I've flew coaxial, fixed pitch, and multicopters and I'm ready to head into the VP helis.

I fly a Quad/Hex for aerial photography, but always wanted a gas powered platform. While I could have bought the Wookong for helicopters it was very, very expensive and out of my reach.

But, as I just got the Naza-H, I need a large helicopter suitable to train with before I move to a gas powered heli. So, it being blackfriday, I sprung and bought a Blad 500 3D for $579.99 - not much of a discount but I figured I could resell it if I didn't want it.

So, advice on using the Blade 500 3D BNF with a Futaba 8FG Transmitter and a Naza-H system?

#2 atlav8r Nov 25, 2012 08:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Bearsa LLC (Post 23345341)
I've flew coaxial, fixed pitch, and multicopters and I'm ready to head into the VP helis.

I fly a Quad/Hex for aerial photography, but always wanted a gas powered platform. While I could have bought the Wookong for helicopters it was very, very expensive and out of my reach.

But, as I just got the Naza-H, I need a large helicopter suitable to train with before I move to a gas powered heli. So, it being blackfriday, I sprung and bought a Blad 500 3D for $579.99 - not much of a discount but I figured I could resell it if I didn't want it.

So, advice on using the Blade 500 3D BNF with a Futaba 8FG Transmitter and a Naza-H system?

From our testing, it should work really well on that set up.

#3 rvmustang Nov 26, 2012 07:47 PM

What
 
Where did you find a Blade 500 #D for $579?

#4 atlav8r Nov 27, 2012 08:22 AM

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Originally Posted by rvmustang (Post 23371505)
Where did you find a Blade 500 #D for $579?

We are at $599 and with coupon code Turkey save 10% till midnight tonight


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