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    Latest FPV loaded into a Blade 360 CFX

    I know it's a lost art - like Archery. Lots of work, but it's a whole new level of fun.

    EZOSD
    EZUHF w/diversity receiver
    Compact 1.2GHZ antenna
    700 TVL Camera (non adjustable video/no gimmicks/plain camera)
    Runcam HD
    Asymmetric 350 Spinblades
    3D Printed mounting
    3S parallel 4250 mAH

    Flight time: 15:30
    Cruise speed: 52 mph
    Top Speed: Not Tested
    Range: Not tested

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    Very cool, have you had any issues with vibration? I have wanted to take on a project like this for a long time, but haven't due to this concern primarily.
    When nothing else out there will suit your needs... design and build it yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrick View Post
    Very cool, have you had any issues with vibration? I have wanted to take on a project like this for a long time, but haven't due to this concern primarily.
    I actually never thought about this question until now, and assumed I could give a straightforward answer because building these things has become second-nature to me after 5 years. But to sum it up - If figuring out how to stop vibrations was what deterred you from building FPV helis in the first place, stick to quads/planes. Resolving this issue is just the tip of a very tedious/frustrating iceberg.

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    Looks like great~

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