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Posted by Dallquen | Today @ 11:54 AM | 70 Views
Greetings, and built the updated drone, but I have a problem when using the command, the engine 4 goes slower or the engines 4 and 1 go slower, but if I accelerate thoroughly all the engines go well, I am new to This but I think that the problem is the command, in the program (cleanflight) I accelerate the engines and these go of wonder, somebody could help me I do not know what to do or if it is the control that I will have to calibrate it.

But sometimes motor 4 is the one that stops first, but when I accelerate them with the software all the engines go very well.
Posted by Absaroka | Today @ 11:21 AM | 129 Views
Started painting the Fuselage today. Thinking of keeping the gold accent on the tail fin. Figure I can always paint it black if I don't like the final result.
Posted by KatrinaRosen | Today @ 08:26 AM | 235 Views
The popularity of drone use in agriculture has increased over the past few years, and drones are now being used around the world to herd animals like cows and sheep. People who move herds over large swaths of land are saying it’s a more efficient and effective way to get the job done, and it allows them to keep an eye on the land and cattle more easily.
Posted by RcDad71 | Today @ 05:08 AM | 355 Views
Here are my RCs just getting into the hobby..
Tried to get into it about 20 years ago but was too busy with other stuff.
Posted by Jay 123 | Today @ 03:38 AM | 995 Views
To get an ultimate DIY flying experience, you need both a range of FPV equipments to give strong backing , and a reasonable budget...
You are absolutely right to have more fun with less dollars, indeed, some relatively high quality FPV parts is crucial for your flying success, if you are not a professional pilot and just enjoy doing FPV DIY, then I selected several AKK products that maybe will meet your requirements :

Clover antenna AIO:
Website Price : $15.96

AKK A3 5.8G 40CH VTX 0/25mW/50mW/200mW Switchable 600TVL 1/3 Cmos Micro AIO FPV Camera (23 min 41 sec)

Transmitters & Receivers
Website Price: $16.09

AKK CA20: $19.98

AKK M2 : $6.29

...Continue Reading
Posted by pressalltheknobs | Yesterday @ 11:38 PM | 1,182 Views
Upgrading the XJT firmware. (2017-05-21 170317) fixes Q-X7 binding problems.
Posted by rockbus | Yesterday @ 11:29 PM | 1,169 Views
Here are my contest scores for LSF III

I need to get to 4,500 points counting the best 6 contests with 10 or more contestants.

Or place in one ore more contests then fly a total of 6 contests.
Posted by Garrett1234567 | Yesterday @ 10:17 PM | 1,231 Views
I notice all my videos I've posted in my blog have a lot of views. If you guys are enjoying them then please subscribe to my channel
Posted by agapower51 | Yesterday @ 09:59 PM | 1,227 Views
Hi guys, to share with you a very practical thing I bought before car phone holder, I am a salesman, often need to drive to visit customers, and some places I Not very familiar, so I need to use my Google navigation, but when the phone is always unable to find the right place to place, accidentally a chance to see this on the Amazon, I bought one, want to try Look, the results are fantastic, it really is so easy to use, it is incredible.
· Why do i think it is very easy to use? Simple and Useful】:Phone holder,The anti-slip mat holder can be applied on any smooth surface. This Universal Mobile Phone Mount Holder is designed to hold all cellphones securely and keep it conveniently and comfortably within reach.
· 【Super Secure Base】 :Silicone gel material pad tightly to any console. It doesn't slip and slide around on the dash or console. You don't have to worry about it falling off.

· 【Easy to Clean】: Silicone gel material pad tightly to any console without adhesives, overall silicone material to protect your phone while using. Highest quality thick gel pad. As with any gel product, avoid extreme hot conditions. Clean this gel directly with water.
· 【Strong Durability】Unimaginable durability,High and low temperature resistance,Large Area to Flexible the Width: Events stent is flexible to fit good size/width of phone, easy to use. You can locate your phone in horizontally .Non-magnetic, no adhesive or glue needed.
· 【Portable】: Healthy,Compact, Lightweight, can change shape arbitrarily,convenient to carry.It can be used everywhere: car, home, office, boat, yacht, RV, airplane, camping. DOCA Product includes a 3-month worry-free warranty.
Posted by aben71 | Yesterday @ 05:47 PM | 1,415 Views
This solar eclipse of 8/21/2017 was not very eventful in my area,daylight was somewhat dim for a few minutes and that was kinda the the extent of it,I did still enjoy taking the Syma X8HG out for a flight and got to check out the scenery

Syma X8HG Solar Eclipse Flight Attempt (3 min 17 sec)

Posted by jorgeguerrero | Yesterday @ 05:47 PM | 1,415 Views
Hi everyone, i want to buy a Radio Control to make my own drone but i want it to get really far like 10 or at least 5km, Does anyone knows what trype of RC should i buy?
I don't know if this is important but i am gonna make it with a microcontroler, first i am gonna try with arduino then with a raspbey and in the las i am gonna use a beagleblack board. thank for your time!.
Posted by Tamzin | Yesterday @ 05:33 PM | 1,429 Views
I'm a photography student, I inherited a load of parts for a camera quad. I want to put it all together and get into aerial photography for my degree and because I really want the ability to get shots I would otherwise not be able to get. It will be many months before I get this thing built (but I will, I always finish what I start) because I have no knowledge of electronics or any of this.
I have done ridiculous amounts of reading and watched a lot of videos but I've understood very little of it. The problem is that there is nothing dedicated to absolute beginners, except for tutorials on how to build a mini racing quad. My propellers are bigger than one of those and cost twice as much (18inch T-motor). I'm a student and don't have the funds to build a small quad to get some experience. And being a girl I don't have a history of taking things apart or trying to fix stuff (lol). For my birthday I asked for tools, got a pink toolkit I will not be building a pink drone!
Posted by Woodinthesky | Yesterday @ 01:35 PM | 1,553 Views
So i have a older mxp230 i have always loved how it flys . It had some outdated components to it. So I updated all the components. Heres a before and after,
Flight controller- I used the New F4 board CL raceing
ESC- Wraith 35A BLHeli_32 ESC 1200 dshot
VTX- ImmersionRC Raceband 5.8GHz 600mW A/V Transmitter
FPV Camera- foxteer arrow v3 with mic
Reciver - frsky xsr receiver
Motors- Tmotor f40 2600kv
Antenna-ibcrazy 5.8ghz mad mushroom
The new upgrades makes this quad fly amazing....Continue Reading
Posted by GTOGreg | Yesterday @ 01:03 PM | 1,572 Views
OK, it's 8/21/17 and just about all Frankendrone parts have been delivered. I will be starting the assembly and wiring tonight. I also went ahead and ordered a new Eachine TX526 video transmitter, which will be delivered tomorrow.

(5.8G 40CH 25MW/200MW/600MW Switchable AV Wireless FPV Transmitter RP-SMA Female)

• Brand Name: Eachine
• Item Name: 5.8G 40CH 25MW/200MW/600MW Switchable AV Wireless FPV Transmitter
• Model: TX526
• Transmitting Power: 25mW 200mW 600mW Switchable
• Video Format: PAL/NTSC
• Working Current: (25mW 120mA & 200mW 180mA & 600mW 250mA) @ 12V
• Operating Voltage: 7-24V
• Operating Temperature: -10℃—+85℃
• Video Band Width: 0-18 MHz
• Audio Carrier Frequency: 6.5MHz
• Video Input Level:1.0Vp-p (±0.2)
• Video Input Impedance: 75 Ohm
• Audio Input Level: 1.0Vp-p
• Audio Input Impedance: 10K Ohm
• Antenna Connector: SMA Female Connector
• Weight: 6.8g
• Dimension: 28.5(L)x 20(W)x 8(H)mm
Posted by The Konqueror | Yesterday @ 12:36 PM | 1,613 Views
After 2 years of owning the Mad Gear Desert Wolf Baja, I have found out that it is extremely fast and durable, but runs out of battery fairly quickly, so either by an extra battery or upgrade to a lipo. I bought a smart charger and I am able to charge the battery in about 1 hour for about 20 minutes of run time. I have only had to replace the servo, which burned out after about a year of use, and I had to replace the tires, which I did recently. One of the shock caps fell off of the car, and it took me about an hour to find. The banana plugs on the battery can be plugged into each other which I accidentally did last week, and one of the batteries completely ran out of charge, but it still worked after I recharged it. The shocks are pretty weak, so the car bottoms out on big jumps. I have driven this RC car through many puddles and it still works fine. I highly recommend buying the Mad Gear Desert Wolf as a beginner RC car.

Here are the links to a few of the videos I made of the Mad Gear Desert Wolf:


The Best RC Car For Under $100 (Mad Gear Desert Wolf) (3 min 19 sec)