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Thread: Lumenier QAV250 Mini FPV Quadcopter

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    I still have mine, not stupid enough to believe that the new frame brought out every week has any significant changes or advantage.
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    Depends on what you want it for.. For acro, it's not a bad frame. My only issues with it were the butt-mounted battery and fixed camera angle (both fixable with a little work). That and if you broke the unibody, game over. These days I'm principally flying the Flying Cinema x24 frame or Alien.
    -Matt: destroyer of gimbals, wrecker of frames.

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    i just bought a left over ...
    flies nice and the overall build quality of my almost ready to fly version is also very nice.
    just fighting the usual pid finding game.

    and i can't realy fly :-)
    after mounting a lighter lipo i faced a heavy nose up effect ...
    and as usual - one more crash.

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    Loving mine, waiting for the weather to warm up again so I can get out and fly it. The warm up we had mid-January was great!

    Anyways, check out these landing legs, far better than stock. There are other options as well, but I got these and like them.

    http://store.ivc.no/product/qav250-landgear
    -KRoss1
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    I bought a bunch of props and tested the differences a few weeks back between 4", 5", 2,3,4 blade configurations. That was fun! Really shocked at the stability difference between 2-blade and multi-blade, as well as the sound differences.

    For me the 3-blade 5" (4" pitch) works well for basic foolin'-around.
    -KRoss1
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    ok, i have the rx2204/2300kv motors and the normal gem props.
    what brand props are you using?
    thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert b View Post
    ok, i have the rx2204/2300kv motors and the normal gem props.
    what brand props are you using?
    thanks in advance.
    I bought a variety of Lumenier and Gemfan from GetFPV. I am not a prop-guru, and cannot tell you what's "best", I got them as they had a decent price and selection I could choose from to test the options and see what would happen.

    Basically the 4" on my QAV250 felt a little light on lift-power, the 5" felt comfortable. I forget now about 4-blade vs. 3-blade impressions, but I know I liked the 3-blade more. Have to retest them all once the snow melts and verify that!

    I also was checking the motor temps, none of them felt warm with the different props, it was a nice/warm day in mid-January (50's and sunny).
    -KRoss1
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  8. #5238
    Input please on which are more efficient and faster Tmotor F60 2450kv or the Pro Tmotor F60 2500kv
    running 4s 95c battery 5045 /3 props on a QAV-X with 30 AMP ESC

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