sharon nossen: i would love to have the link to the L.E.Ds please
thank u noah-
CineDesign Films: I fly 17 about minutes with a 3300 mah 30c constant.
smoothvirus: Very clean build, nice work.
TurboSewerRat: I'm ordering one of these with the futaba tj8 transmitter from quadcopters
allen cox: Just how hard Is this to fly for the beginer, I used to fly the RC Plaines and raced the I/8 Scale gas on road cars so Im know all about right for right however oppeset coming back to ya.
murphy ray: i live your naza review it educating, am using naza m for d first time, but i have issues with flight my quad is not stable, i cant take off straight even in att or gps hold, the second quad also with naza have issue with motor RPM motor 1 and 3 spin faster than motor 2 and 4,, and i i move the stick like turning left or right the motor speed stay that way, they don't level back, like when u move right it keep going right non stop please what can i do to make it level
Lenny7118: Hi looks good! Do you have a picture you can share showing the WooKong M system layout on the board. This will be my first build so I am curious how the WKM fits in between the frames. Im going to use 980 t motors will I need any special adapters to fit the motors onto the frame.
Demetri Apostle: What I meant to ask you is what is the rpm's on the " KV motors " and what size is the " ESC's " that are on your quadcopter F 450 ? ( noticed two are black/ two are white ) I think your quadcopter is the most professional looking/ neatest assembled and most advanced DJI Quad on youtube. Thank you again.
Demetri Apostle: I really like this video ... love the other videos you have made too.Can you kindly please tell me what size motors / and ESC's you have on the F450 quadcopter.Thank you.
TheDroider: I get about the same but around 12 mins with two 2200 3 cell. Will probably go to 4 cell when I get new batteries
Nice 450. What are the specs of the 2 batteries and whats your average flight time? I wanted to add another battery in parallel to increase capacity but was wondering if it might not make a difference due to the extra weight. Right now I have a 4S 14.8 2650ma Lipo on my 450 and get around 8 minutes(non aggressive flight), beyond that I have about 2 minutes to land as there will be not sufficient power and will drop out of the sky. I'm looking for the most efficient way for longer flight.
TheDroider: Graupners are all I use. Best props IMO
kernalmusterd: what are the graupner elektro props like i am thinking of getting some graupner 8x5 for my f330 they look like they might have a faster spin up then the stock dji props
TheDroider: I dont have a Naza. My FC is a WKM. Go to DJI inovations site and down load the instructions from there. You cant post links on here so just search fro it or go to the multirotor forums page and click on the link there
55malc: I HAVE BEEN GIVEN A FLAME WHEEL QUAD TO COMPLETE AS MY FRIEND PASSED AWAY THE MOTORS AND ESC I HAVE FITTED BUT HOW TO YO PROGRAM THE GPS NAZA I WILL BE SETTING IT UP ON SPEKTRUM DX8 BUT I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT I NEED TO BE DOING IS IT SET ON AIRCRAFT OR HELICOPTER AND DO YOU HAVE ANY SETTINGS AS THERE ARE NO INSRUCTIONS IN ANY OF THE BOXES ANY HELP WOULD HELP ME FINISH THIS OFF MANY THANKS MALCOLM
TheDroider: GoPro on Velco
Lights from quadcopters co uk
Thanks for the comments
almostlate: 2 questions....How did you mount your go pro? 2nd how much/ where are the lights?
TheDroider: Depends what the comment was! ;-)
AsylumET: 1) They are screwed on; simple, yes, practical and quick, no. One version has your ESCs soldered to the frame so that would make it even more prohibitive. 2) That would depend on the angle. The way it is directed in his video yes you could. If you tilted down you would no longer see them. To avoid props in the shot you would mount the camera underneath or chose a different platform such as H6 or V6/V8.