I scanned this, in case anyone might need it 🙂
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Please, also check my Youtube Channel !
In case you’re wondering, since it’s not stated in the manual:
The notches for setting the FPV Camera angle are 15°, 30° and 45°.
There you go, Internet, now it’s documented forever 🙂
I fly 30° personally, since for freestyle I think 45 is too fast and 15 is so incredibly slow, you’re almost not moving forward at all.
Have a look at my FPV Freestyle Videos on YouTube if you like!
FPV Freestyle Session
Kreuzberg, Bamberg, Germany
- Martian II 5″ Frame
- Hglrc F3 V4 AIO Flight Controller
- Racerstar BR2206 2200kV Motors
- King Kong 5040 5x4x3 Props
- Eachine and Aomway 5.8G 5dBi RHCP Antennas
- Aomway Commander V1 FPV Goggles
- FrSky Taranis Q X7 running OpenTX 2.2
- FrSky X4R & XM+ Receiver
- GoPro Session in EPIC MODE!
- 3D Printed GoPro Session Mount and Stock GoPro Mount with a Zip Tie ;)
- SLS 1300mAh 4S, mylipo 1300mAh 4S + Zippy 1600mAh 4S LiPo-Batteries
- SkyRC Q200 AC/DC Quattro Battery Charger
xJK. – haHAA (https://soundcloud.com/xjkbeats/hahaaaaaaaaa)
If you own a Taranis Q X7 or Taranis X9D, here are two Taranis / OpenTX Startup-Sounds i made.
Just me doing some FPV training at the local playground / soccer field.
After I finally got used to flying acro mode, i decided it’s time to raise my rates, lower the d, raise the p and add some speed to the quad.
I think have to practice smoother movement though… 😉
Yet another video is out, as you can probably see our flying skills constantly improve. In the meantime i’ve also been building a new quad, this time without tilting arms, a „regular“ racequad on the Wizzard 220 frame.
Here’s the new quad in the building process:
We went out to fly, and this time there really was a lot of crashing involved. That’s just the way it’s supposed to be if you’re learning to fly, I guess. Especially if you’re trying to pass things with as little distance as as possible, flying proximity, and if you max out the physics of your race quad with rolls and all kinds of stupid maneuvers.
Nuff said, video’s out, enjoy!