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Posted by DutchRC | Apr 27, 2017 @ 09:00 AM | 6,308 Views
Halloa people

another quadcopter from Diatone! Happy days! Why? Well.. I think most of us were pretty impressed by last years Crusader GT2 from Diatone.. So I couldn't wait to get my hands on this new TyrantS

Link to this new FPV quad: Diatone TyrantS 215mm FPV Quadcopter

I'll do several video's on this quadcopter.. In most cases I included a short test-flight in the first overview-video.. In this case I wanted to go into a bit more detail in my 'Show & Tell'.. So flight video's will come up After this one..

DutchRC - The Dytone TyrantS - 2017th best FPV Quad?? - Show & Tell (from Banggood.com) (25 min 23 sec)

Wheelbase: 215mm
Frame out of: 4mm Carbon Fiber
Flight Controller: Diatone D-Link F3 V2
Motors: 2205 2300kv
Propellors: 5042 x 3
ESC's: 30A BLheli-S (60A max!)
Camera: 800tvl Cmos camera
VTX: Diatone SP2 V2 48ch 0/25/200/600mW
Beeper: Yes
OSD: nope
LEDs: nope
Lipo: 3S or 4S
Posted by DutchRC | Apr 25, 2017 @ 09:04 AM | 5,510 Views
Halloa people

a short tool-tip video this time Most of us do some soldering now & again I think? I have never really liked to, and that was partly due to the 'helping hands' not really helping out to much..

And well.. I keep a close eye on several sales sites for new gadgets.. A few weeks ago this Realacc octopus
popped up Realacc Strange Third Hand

Yep.. that looks a bit Weird at first :P


DutchRC - Soldering Tool Tip: The Realacc 6-armed bandit :) (7 min 38 sec)

Posted by DutchRC | Apr 13, 2017 @ 09:05 AM | 6,415 Views
Halloa people

Sooo yes.. I picked me up another FPV quad.. Just another one you might think? Well nope.. this one has worked out Very well IMHO. It has a well chosen setup + is pretty lightweight. Makes for a capable quad..

Link to this FPV quad: Furibee Fuuton 200 BNF or PNF

So.. let's get right down to it.. Here is my review of the quad.. I'll probably post more DVR / HD recordings of / with the quad later on..

DutchRC - Furibee Fuuton 200-size Power Quad :) - Show & Tell (from Geabest.com) (28 min 22 sec)

wheelbase: 200mm
frame material: 4mm carbon fiber
frame style: true X
flight controller: Seriously Pro F3
default firmware: Betaflight 3.0.1
ESC's: 20A Blheli-S
motors: 2205 2500kV
props: 5040 3-blade
spare props: Yes! 1 set
Camera: Sony SuperHAD II CCD 600 tvl
VTX: 40ch 600mW (with raceband)
Antenna: RHCP clover leaf
OSD: Yes! mwosd
OSD PID Config: Yes!
buzzer: Yes!
receiver: available as RTF and BNF
Posted by DutchRC | Apr 01, 2017 @ 09:06 AM | 5,839 Views
Hi there RC people

It can be a lot of fun to buy / order up a ready made RC, and go out & fly / drive it right away On the other hand great satisfaction can be found in selecting all components yourself and then build the craft
This allso gives you more insight into how things really work (and how they do Not work :P)

The objective in this project is to build a light / nimble FPV quadcopter. It is allso a bit of an experiment, so who knows.. it might not work out right away. That is O.K. though! As long as we learn something

This series will be quite a nr. of video's and I'll try to put as much info into the individual video's as possible. This allso means the project won't be ready in just a few days as well offcourse

Let's start the project with an overview of the components I've selected for it

DutchRC - GEPRC AX4 Light Quad Build Project! Part 1: Parts Introduction :) (8 min 51 sec)

Quadcopter frame: GEPRC GEP-AX4 Airbus frame
Flight controller: REVO F4 FC
ESC's: Racerstar RS20Ax4 ESC's
Motors: T-Motor F3 1806 motors
Lipo: Hyperion G7 HvLi Graphene lipo
Propellors: KingKong 4x4x4 props
FPV cam: RunCam Swift 2 camera
Video transmitter: Aomway TX001 transmitter
Receiver: FM800 PRO FASST Sbus receiver
FPV antenna: Foxeer 5.8Ghz colver leaf antenna
Buzzer: Lantian Buzzer