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    Talking Skylark Dianmu OSD

    There is a new Skylark OSD called the Dianmu.
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    1: Built in OSD.
    2: Auto return home.
    3: 5V/12V DCDC.
    4: GPSINS Stabilizer.
    5: 50Hz controlloop.
    6: 3 Axis Gyro,3 Axis Acc.
    7: Compass/10Hz GPS.
    8: Build in Barometer.
    9: AAT Support.


    Dianmu OSD Quick Start Guide
    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B-t...nA0LXJ1bDF1Z2s

    Dianmu OSD User Manual
    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B-t...jE4ajJsM2w1Nkk


    Note: Camera/VTX/OSD ground, the 3 ground should be connected in together*





    Retail is currently $198.00 @skylarkfpv.com and is the best priced osd that features an IMU for stabilization.

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    I have had the opportunity to fly the Dianmu in my Skywalker and am very impressed with it so far!

    The stabilization is a great feature and the RTH worked for me straight out of the box. I still have some tweaking of the gain settings to do, but it's really starting to get dialed in.

    I use 4S flight packs and am using the built in 12v power supply to provide the power for my pz0420 and 800mW vtx with no additional filtering. As you can see, it is clean power with no noticeable motor noise.

    Here is a flight video from my most recent flight with it:
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    Here is the very first flight I had with it. The plane itself was seriously out of trim, the gains were too high, and the wind was 10-15 mph and gusting. I think the OSD did a great job considering all those factors. I'm really only posting this video so you can see how it starts to circle once the home position is reached.


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    looks great cant wait till mine shows up

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    Keith, So I think you like it? is it easy to set up?

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    Yeah it seems to work well enough so far. It's not perfect yet, there's a few changes I'd like to see. Like speed in MPH instead of knots. Navigating the menus takes some getting used to, they it works with the two switches. Like I said though, it's still in it's very early stages, all that could change! lol I really need to get it into a better plane though, that Easy Star has been flying for 3 years now and crashed a number of times. It flies bad... lol New Skywalker on the way though! Should be leaving China real soon if it hasn't already.
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    It looks less complicated than many other OSDs and does more things actually, mine is on the way so will see I may swap it with DOSD which lately gives me headaches LOL.

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    Nice Keith! Glad to see some videos other than mine lol. I'm still tweaking my gains, but this darn wind has pretty much got me grounded for a few days with speeds of 20mph. Hoping it calms down enough to fly soon.

    @Nakelp86 - My Dragon OSD pretty much cost me a plane, not because it crashed, but because I was constantly fighting bugs with it and ripping it out of my plane. My GPS wouldn't lock most of the time until I went in and put in shielded twisted pair wiring to protect it from getting interference from the DOSD mainboard. You'd laugh if you saw where I have my gpsins. I actually have it inside the plane under my ubec, esc, and motor and it still locks sats in seconds! I can't say I recommend that placement, but it seems to work hahaha.

    -Pat
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    for a moment you scared me , but I guess overall you are happy with it.

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