In case somebody needs it: Here's the Manual for the Banggood FX795T FPV Video Transmitter.
This video is more than overdue, i procrastinated editing and uploading it way too long.
This was filmed almost 3 weeks ago, we had a lot of fun and a lot of damage while flying around our local XXL Neubert (you get overpriced furniture there, don't even ask).
First few batteries were just me ripping around the parking lot, then Daniel killed his Eachine Lizard 95 and the girls were getting hungry. Side note: Never go flying with hungry girls, unless you have no more than two batteries with you. End side note.
Anyway, then i decided to finish my last battery at the giant red chair that was standing around (it's like 30 or so meters high, at the very least), but i did **NOT** scout the location enough and overlooked the number one enemy of every miniquad pilot: WATER! TO THE RESCUE!
Music: Julian Convex – Sumidagawa https://soundcloud.com/julianconvex
Today i decided to play with gravity a bit in random spots around Bamberg. Enjoy!Today i decided to play with gravity a bit in random spots around Bamberg. Enjoy!
– Martian II 5" Frame
– F3 V4 AIO Board from Banggood
– Racerstar 2206 Motors
– King Kong 5040 5x4x3 Props
– Eachine K-Loverleaf 5.8G 5dBi RHCP Antennas
– Eachine VR D2 Goggles
– FlySky i6 Transmitter
– FlySky ia6 Receiver
– GoPro Session
– 3D Printed GoPro Session Mount from Banggood
– Zippy LiPo Batteries, 1300mAh and 1600mAh
– SkyRC Q200 AC/DC Quattro Battery Charger
– Ivy Lab – Voltage
– Aphex Twin – Pacman (Power Pill Remix)
Today i went out to practice some trick combinations with my 220mm Martian II Mini-Quadcopter.
I know, you pros out there maybe think i'm still shaking a lot and not always staying in the flow, but isn't that why you practice!? 😉
I'm into flight models since 2016 and into FPV miniquads since Feb 2017, so bare with me! Still, I think i made quite an improvement within the last 4 months 😉