|Today, 03:07 AM|
So assess your needs, identify your absolute minimum flight time requirement, then find out how long your quad can fly with and without your intended payload and adjust / decide from there.
|Today, 07:28 PM|
Philippine RC Flying
In a perfect world you would want 2:1 thrust to weight ratio.
Meaning if your multi weighs 1kg total - including battery and payload (camera, gimbal, etc), your total thrust should be 2kg.
If you load up to 80% of your maximum thrust, you will only have 20% thrust left for FC stabilization and control input. That would normally suffice but your efficiency will suffer as what @stringer said. Also, you put more wear on your motors and battery.
Having enough excess thrust is especially important if you have a multi with 6 or more motors with an FC that can compensate on motor/prop failure.
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