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Oct 19, 2012, 01:36 PM
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Can this be bound to a DX6i ?
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Oct 19, 2012, 02:22 PM
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Can this be bound to a DX6i ?
No, not yet, but soon.
Oct 19, 2012, 06:50 PM
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Cheers for the recommendation Mystman, I sent Adam and Chris a PM . Would be more than glad to do a fair review if they want to, but wouldn't be offended if not :P
Wish to hear from them soon! Again, I appreciate the kind comment Mystman!

PM sent - check your mailbox

Chris.
Oct 19, 2012, 08:38 PM
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@ MatLi
I see in the specs above you are using 433Mhz (on the website under specs it says 915Mhz), yet range is up to 40 meters. Is operating range likely to increase, decrease, or be the same with the anylink type module you are working on?
thanks.
Oct 20, 2012, 10:46 AM
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@ MatLi
I see in the specs above you are using 433Mhz (on the website under specs it says 915Mhz), yet range is up to 40 meters. Is operating range likely to increase, decrease, or be the same with the anylink type module you are working on?
thanks.
433Mhz is not correct. Correct are 915MHz - sorry that was our mistake. With 915Mhz I can fly well beyond 40 meters. Not sure whether you have seen my YouTube video -> 2nd part of the video after the unboxing.

The distance is no issue since the limit is the size in relationship to the orientation. Sorry that the wrong frequency was posted here ;( Actually we only sell the 915MHz version due to FCC requirements.

Check this video:


RC EYE One unboxing and a short quickie ;) (4 min 39 sec)



Cheers,
Chris.
Oct 20, 2012, 12:30 PM
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Originally Posted by MatLi
433Mhz is not correct. Correct are 915MHz - sorry that was our mistake. With 915Mhz I can fly well beyond 40 meters. Not sure whether you have seen my YouTube video -> 2nd part of the video after the unboxing.

The distance is no issue since the limit is the size in relationship to the orientation. Sorry that the wrong frequency was posted here ;( Actually we only sell the 915MHz version due to FCC requirements.

Check this video:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAQ0E4Y4OrE


Cheers,
Chris.
Nice video, I'm ready for the DSM2 version.
Oct 20, 2012, 01:54 PM
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Nice video, I'm ready for the DSM2 version.
Or the DSMX version
Oct 20, 2012, 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by MatLi
In Germany you can order via Conrad.De or via RCLogger.Com. We are going to launch a new shop system by end of the month (RCLogger.Com) with direct link to our forwarder for accurate shipment calculation. Stay tuned for an announcement soon.
At conrad.de in Germany this quad is new labeled as Reely QuadroCopter MiniCopter MC 120 and costs about EUR 79.95 ($104) + shipping (EUR 5.95 ($7.75) only in Germany) That's really expensive (conrad.de is known to be expensive)

German product page : http://www.conrad.de/ce/de/product/5...-Fernsteuerung
Oct 20, 2012, 05:05 PM
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Or the DSMX version
That works for me.
Oct 20, 2012, 05:35 PM
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Originally Posted by MatLi
... the limit is the size in relationship to the orientation. Check this video...
Yes, I see it ranges well (and then I don't see it ), thanks for responding and posting the vid. Excellent!
Oct 20, 2012, 06:02 PM
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with a name like rc eye, you have to make a camera setup for it!
Oct 20, 2012, 06:57 PM
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Nice Quad!


Quote:
Originally Posted by MatLi
433Mhz is not correct. Correct are 915MHz - sorry that was our mistake. With 915Mhz I can fly well beyond 40 meters. Not sure whether you have seen my YouTube video -> 2nd part of the video after the unboxing.

The distance is no issue since the limit is the size in relationship to the orientation. Sorry that the wrong frequency was posted here ;( Actually we only sell the 915MHz version due to FCC requirements.

Check this video:

Cheers,
Chris.
I really like the flight performance from the Gaui pilot in the 1st video, It looks to be capable of nice banked turns. I would love to bind One with my Devo10 TX.

Is the One capable of manual flips and rolls in a rate type mode? If it does, then it's worth it to invest in the dongle to bind with a Hobby TX.
Manufacturers, no more auto-flips please!!

I like this size/type because it fills a void between typical 1S micro quads and the Hobby grade 2S,3S,4S brushless type sytems.
Although if you released a "special brushless version" of one of the 90-130-180mm quads you will be releasing soon would be most excellent! and really fill a void in the quad marketplace.
Oct 20, 2012, 08:34 PM
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@ derk, a camera setup is coming!

@ vpsporb, I had some dudes from team futaba snag the controller up and put the eye thru the ringer also. They had the same fun JC was having! This thing is fast!

This thing handles amazing even in a breeze. More vid to follow

With regard to flipping. I have not been able to flip this little dude yet. I also agree with you, the flip button is kinda over rated IMHO.

The good news is we are always improving

Video SOOOOOON!!!
Oct 22, 2012, 03:11 AM
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Gents, a review is coming soon! I can't wait til' this quad arrives, stay tuned!
Oct 22, 2012, 03:33 AM
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Gents, a review is coming soon! I can't wait til' this quad arrives, stay tuned!
That's cool. Can't wait to read your review


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