|Jul 13, 2014, 04:50 PM|
Looking at getting into small FPV
Hello all, been flying my FPV250 with fatshark 5.8g setup and have decided i want a smaller rig. Ive seen some nice vids and most people seem to be using the Ladybird as the quad of choice? any reasons why? Also if anyone can point me in the right direction on threads or offer some links to what parts i need to be looking at?
|Jul 13, 2014, 05:31 PM|
Joined Jun 2014
The LadyBird comes with an FPV camera and transmitter with screen in it right out of the box (like the Hubsan SpyHawk), I think that's why the LadyBird is a popular micro FPV copter.
|Dec 17, 2014, 03:05 AM|
Here are my old Ladybug converted into FPV. Cheap, heaps of fun and does better than average FPV quad. Contain all the answer to your question and parts stuff you need to start with.
FPV mini ladybug v929 build url: http://www.supermotoxl.com/FPV/UAV-m...nu-id-119.html
I build lots of them because it fun risk free flight with these.
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