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Old Oct 16, 2014, 12:05 PM
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cc3d vs naze32

Hello everyone
I am a beginner in multirotors, I read a lot about flight controllers and the more I read the more I get confused.
I am going to build a tricopter (david design from rcexplorer).
Which FC should I buy : cc3d or naze32/flip32 and why ?
Are all the firmware suitable for both flight controllers ?
Is there a significant difference from Openpilot, Baseflight, Harakiri, Cleanflight when flying a tricopter ?
Is there another firmware that I am not aware of ?
Thank you for your help
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Old Oct 16, 2014, 12:18 PM
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Quick answer to your question, considering that you are a beginner, go with the CC3D it will be more new beginner user friendly.
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Old Yesterday, 05:13 PM
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I know this is a slightly old thread but I am currently flying a CC3D on my QAV250 but decided to try out a Naze32. After soldering on the pins I decided to hold of swapping out the CC3D because the Naze32 seems a bit more confusing to set up.

Can anyone tell me if it is worth the swap? I'd hate to do the swap only to find out that I should have just stuck with the CC3D. Maybe I should just start another QAV build (or similar) and use the Naze32 on that.
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Same concept, but different ways about it, I had a NAZE32 sitting around for months because I did not want to go through the hassle of learning a new FC and it's software. But Once I swapped them out and did the basic internet search for pertinent info it was a breeze and I wished I had done it sooner. I used Baseflight and found it very easy to setup.
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Old Yesterday, 09:01 PM
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You can also load up Cleanflight on your CC3D to try it out before you make the switch.
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Old Yesterday, 11:54 PM
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I fly both, I prefer OpenPilot to Baseflight - just a matter of taste. I've also started playing with Tau on my CC3D, and hope to fly cleanflight on the Naze.

As an FYI, a CC3D is not an ideal target for Cleanflight.
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Will Baseflight work on an Apple?
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Old Today, 10:27 AM
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I have both, CC3D is easier to setup, but NAZE32 has more features.
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