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    Introducing the X24 and X20

    X24 and X20

    Happy to introduce the new member of our family.



    First we brought you the Cinetank line of Quadcopters, followed by the Tankito which employed FlyingCinema-style innovation and toughness in a smaller package, and now we bring you the X24 and X20, Flying Cinema's entry in to the premier mini quad racing scene! This frame package has undergone months of design, testing, crashing, re-design, etc to be one of the toughest mini racing quads available! Based on the "True 'X'" concept, the X24 measures in at 240mm motor-to-motor, while the X20 is at 200mm.
    Features:

    • 240mm and 200mm Motor-to-motor
    • 3K Twill Carbon Fiber
    • HD Camera support! (GoPro Hero 3/4, Session, Xiomi Yi, etc)
    • FPV Camera protection
    • Supports all 36mm Flight Controllers (Naze32, Kiss FC, Dodo, LUX, Sparky, SPRacing, etc.)
    • Battery Sizes 1000-1800mah 4S


    X24 Kit Includes:

    X24 or X20 Frame kit: All plates, arms, hardware (standoffs, m3 screws)
    Power Distribution Board (voltage regulators not included)




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    Looks great David! What are the dimensons of the battery bay? Any plans for 6" arms?
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    Are these for sale already? Will it fit a runcam hd or mobius? Seems like its more custom fit for a session
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    We have used gopros, xiomi, session, and mobius on, You can use also install the mobius on top of the battery or move the battery back and place it at the front of the fuselage.

    And yes, we are shipping them out already.

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    Matt,
    I think this will cover any questions in regards of general dimensions.

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    Is the camera only attached to the front camera plate by the camera lens.?

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    The plate is sandwiched between the camera housing and the lens security nut

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    Took a couple nights, but I was able to finish my build without any issue. Everything powered up fine. Using kiss 30amp and emax 2300kv red bottoms. FLew it for the first time today on latest betaflight using luxfloat and default pids. It was damn close to tuned right there. Tracked really well and the power combo was crazy powerful. However, wasn't all roses. Had a small crash and surprisingly broke the center plate where the arm screws in. Right past the inner screw hole where the arm attaches. Seems weak as it wasn't even a bad crash at all. Here's a couple pictures of the damage.

    Really bummed out. Any eta for replacement parts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmerly View Post
    Took a couple nights, but I was able to finish my build without any issue. Everything powered up fine. Using kiss 30amp and emax 2300kv red bottoms. FLew it for the first time today on latest betaflight using luxfloat and default pids. It was damn close to tuned right there. Tracked really well and the power combo was crazy powerful. However, wasn't all roses. Had a small crash and surprisingly broke the center plate where the arm screws in. Right past the inner screw hole where the arm attaches. Seems weak as it wasn't even a bad crash at all. Here's a couple pictures of the damage.

    Really bummed out. Any eta for replacement parts?

    oh oh!!

    You are the very first one to brake it, Pm me please replacement parts are in stock will be up on the site this week. Very sorry about the issue.

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    A bottom sandwich plate for the arms might be a nice option for those "risky" pilots out there... I'll probably fab one up for my x24 once it finally makes it to Chile.
    -Matt: destroyer of gimbals, wrecker of frames.

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