Posted by Tazkiller85 | May 12, 2021 @ 05:01 AM | 2,336 Views
Yep Les Amis,
SMO or NAKED ? That is the question ! J'ai en test depuis quelques temps la petite Insta 360 SMO qui a été développée en collaboration avec BetaFPV. J'avais quelques aprioris sur le fait de devoir passer par un logiciel de stabilisation mais tout compte fait, quand on compare à la difficulté d'obtenir ou de se fabriquer une Gopro Naked et à sa fragilité, c'est vrai que la SMO est un excellent compromis niveau rapport qualité prix et utilisation. Donc j'adopte aisément cette nouvelle petite caméra pour mes prochains vol en HD, que ce soit sur des petits ou gros racers. La coque solide et les lentilles de protection sont très rassurants en cas de petits crashs ou contacts ( j'en suis déjà à ma deuxième Naked et un objectif changé sur la deuxième ! ). En bref, je valide ! ... Prenez soin de vous et merci à tous pour votre soutien .

Insta360 SMO 4K BETAFPV - Review Test Démo - Résistante et efficace, c'est rassurant ! (33 min 59 sec)

NOTATAZ : 17/20 Bien, et surtout, Dispo !!!

- Caméra SMO 4K ( coupon BGFPV25 ) :
- Accessoires SMO :
- Prise Balance montée :
- Drone utilisé, Firefly Hex NANO Beta :
- Fichiers STL à imprimer :
- Logiciel Insta360 STUDIO 2021 :

- TABLEAU DES PROMOS ET COUPONS 2021 RC et ACCESSOIRES (remis à jour quotidiennement, en...Continue Reading
Posted by Amber Wang | May 12, 2021 @ 03:00 AM | 2,195 Views
Hi, how have you been? Hope all is fine for you.

We would like to update this information for you that A20CLS servo is upgrade to programmable version, and it is available to DIY the parameter that you need.

High Performance Digital Micro Servo
High Precision Metal Gears
High Quality Coreless Motor
Dual Ball Bearing
Full CNC Aluminium Housing

Item: A20CLS
Gear: Steel + Titanium
Size: 23*12*27.5mm (0.90 x 0.47 x 1.08 in)
Weight: 21g
Connector Wire: JR 180 mm

Operating Voltage: 4.8-8.4V
Operating speed: 0.11sec/60°@ 6.0V
Operating speed: 0.09sec/60°@ 7.4V
Operating speed: 0.08sec/60°@ 8.4V

Stall Torque: 5.8 kg-cm (80 oz-in) @ 6.0V
Stall Torque: 6.8 kg-cm (95 oz-in) @ 7.4V
Stall Torque: 7.5 kg-cm (104oz-in) @ 8.4V

It is the popular micro servo for 1/24 Scale RC Monster Car, SCX10.3,SCX24, Airplane and 450 Class Helicopter Tail and Swashplate etc.

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Posted by old4570 | May 11, 2021 @ 09:41 PM | 2,605 Views
Feathers DLG , a look in the box (4 min 7 sec)

Came in the mail today .
Finally got one at a price I was prepared to pay .
Projected weight is high !
Also the Feathers needs building and covering !

I dare say that the UMX Whipit might be a far better option for 99% of the people .
It's lighter , it's built - add a battery / do a bind , set it up per instructions and go have fun .
And it's very close on the money , except that with the feathers you still need the stuffing ( Rx / servos ) , oh and to build the feathers .
Hmmmmm ,

Now that I have seen the feathers in the flesh ( well the kit ) , I would's highly recommend the whip .
Unless like me , you just gota have it .
Better bring your kit building A game for this one !
The better it's built - the better it will fly .
Posted by jmxp69 | May 11, 2021 @ 09:15 PM | 2,347 Views
1440p yields more image data on a 4:3 sensor camera, and we can still format to 16:9 without losing anything. This video walks you through it:
Runcam5 Orange: Why 1440p is Better • Plus: Opensource Non-Linear Stretching Not Superview (9 min 0 sec)

Posted by burkefj | May 11, 2021 @ 11:54 AM | 2,246 Views
Here are some flights after painting....

R/C F-117 Rocket glider flights (3 min 42 sec)

Posted by Flat lander | May 11, 2021 @ 11:29 AM | 2,030 Views
Servos and Frames arrived.
Time to start putting Blade together.
Posted by benjamin presten | May 11, 2021 @ 10:57 AM | 2,082 Views
An alphabetical stroll through the history of aviation. Day 26, Z

Zenith Z6: How many biplanes do you know of that have seven seats? Probably not very many. The Zenith is in a very small class of large cabin biplanes.

The Zenith was built in 1927, a time when most major aviation advancements were made with biplanes. Zenith built the first Z-6 with a five seat cabin up front and a single open cockpit behind. Very similar to the design of the Boeing 40 series of biplanes. However the Zenith has a slightly more rotund look to it. The prototype was powered by a 220hp Wright but presumably didn’t have great performance. The following 8 Zeniths (the entire production run) Had 420hp Pratt & Whitney R-1320s and carried six passengers up front.

There doesn’t seem to be much history on what exactly the nine Zeniths that were produced were used for. However the history of the one survivor has remained. It was used by Bennett Airlines in Idaho unil it was eventually converted into a crop duster by replacing the front cabin with a hopper. It was found in this condition and restored back to airworth condition which it remains in today on display at Creve Coeur MO....Continue Reading
Posted by benjamin presten | May 11, 2021 @ 10:56 AM | 2,047 Views
An alphabetical stroll through the history of aviation. Day 25, Y

Yokosuka Navy Type 3: Yeah, that’s a mouthful. It can also be called the Avro 504 and that is much easier to spell.

In WWI, with all the fun rotary powered fighters around, there was a need for boring trainers. Avro answered the need with the 504. The 504 was powered by a seemingly endless list of engines and was also built under license by several companies. Over 10,000 were built throughout it’s production lifespan.

The Japanese variant was license built by Yokosuka. It was identical to the Avro in the airframe department, it was just powered by a japanese engine. At first they were powered by en english motor as well. A version of the Armstrong Mongoose that was license built by Mitsubishi. Eventually it was replaced with the Gasuden Jimpu 2 160hp radial.

Maybe not the most noteworthy airplane in the world, but there was actually 464 of them produced....Continue Reading
Posted by davymac | May 11, 2021 @ 10:08 AM | 1,996 Views
My PineCil soldering Iron arrived today. Not a bad delivery time, bought it on the 18th so just over 3 weeks to get here.

Nice little smart soldering Iron. It doesn't come with any cables and just one tip but it has options for USB-c and a DC jack. I was able to hook it up to my Nokia QC charger at 12V and my battery charger power adaptors DC jack at 16V and both have worked perfectly. On the 16V power brick it got to 350 C in less then a minute.

The tips are standard TS-100 style tips and its really comfortable to hold. Its even designed for the case to be removed and there are 2 other cases available, red and clear plastic. It has an earthing point on the Iron as well.

Good menu and plenty of user controls including a sleep timer and an auto shut off.

Really happy with it so far. Now I just have to give it a good run to see if it will be worth using as a daily driver or just a small toolkit type iron.
Posted by blue_peace | May 11, 2021 @ 08:40 AM | 2,146 Views
Got a new lens this one is a 12-24mm F4 G so trying it out. Was lucky to get out to fly it was 62F a bit cold but there are thermals in winter. I caught some thermals... I read/watched the wing's default shape (no flapperon movement) is in speed mode, so the cruising/thermal mode is some millimeters down. So yeah... it was a great day almost no wind later on. The flat sink rate was nuts my AUW is 8.4oz and was able to do 2 minute flat flights in dead air from a launch. That's if you seldomly turn, just keep it flying flat most of the time.

No video, nothing interesting to show but also the weeds were in the way, most of the time the 12mm was too wide/plane is too small in frame. I also need to remember to buy some spray for my head, these gnats were brutal just chasing me around.

Hoping for a better weather day, one day a friend will help me film it.

Yeap, still looking unpleasantly thicc to need to diet, start lifting again.

Update next day

Made a 16g ballast from a dead tube battery. Was able to launch/fly a boomer, sadly I did not film it, (didn't check camera was recording doh)... did film today, will post video.

4K Vortex 3 thermal with light ballast (4 min 15 sec)

Sorry for all the pictures, just love the sleekness of this plane. I'm also just really enjoying pulling stills from the 4K footage from the A7R3....Continue Reading
Posted by Old_Pilot | May 11, 2021 @ 06:47 AM | 2,476 Views
I got sidetracked from the A-9 build for a few days cutting dividers for music genres.
One of the original "dry goods" store on historic Beale Street here in Memphis is adding
a "Memphis Music" display for vinyl albums.
Posted by Justwingit | May 11, 2021 @ 06:21 AM | 2,034 Views
So here's another great flight by Chris Wolfe of his super cool F-14 Tomcat "FLIR CAT" re-paint at the Victor Valley EDF fun fly...:
Freewing F-14 Tomcat Twin 80mm EDF Jet "FLIR CAT" by Chris Wolfe at Victor Valley RC EDF Fun Fly (5 min 31 sec)

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Enjoy the show !

Posted by Hobby Details | May 11, 2021 @ 04:32 AM | 1,509 Views
I am glad that we have produced new upgraded parts after SCX24 parts.
Arrma Kraton 1/8 EXB 6S 4WD Monster Truck Upgrading Parts.
Please PM me for the wholesale price or: [email protected]
#Arrma #Scx24 #RC #Hobbydetails
Posted by wattechighland | May 11, 2021 @ 01:25 AM | 1,306 Views
Scratch build 1/100
Former Japanese Army submarine
Submersible transport boat "Maruyu"
First voyage in the pond after completion
まるゆ、池で戯れる、魚たち (9 min 40 sec)

Posted by PhinsPhanPhlyer | May 10, 2021 @ 10:28 PM | 1,365 Views
This stuff gets me excited! I’m not quite skilled enough to fly this yet, but this was part of my recently acquired lot and it’s one I can’t pass up keeping! Assembly and discussion videos will be loaded to my YouTube channel as I go along!
Posted by Craycle Hobby | May 10, 2021 @ 02:32 PM | 1,427 Views
ORCA Prototype Maiden Flight:

General Specifications
Length : 340 mm
Wingspan : 780 mm
Print Weight : 250 gram
Flying Weight : 500 gram
Wing Area : 12.3 dm2
Wing Loading : 40 g/dm2

3D Print RC Plane / Craycle FPV ORCA (0 min 46 sec)

Posted by JohnVH | May 10, 2021 @ 12:46 PM | 1,923 Views
Fun video, pointed the nose down hit full throttle in REVERSE!
Nose UP and DOWN Hovering Remaiden Eflite DRACO 2.0m Smart BNF Basic with AS3X and SAFE Select (7 min 46 sec)