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Started by eyeflying, Sunday,January 20, 2013, 19:42:04
Quote from: Jumpy07 on Sunday,January 20, 2013, 21:31:04 Can you fit the GoPro in the housing on these frames ?
Quote from: RS on Sunday,January 20, 2013, 23:22:49 Yes, thats why I like it a lot.I wish the OSD was a bit more informative . Is there any chance to connect GPS to it?
Quote from: RS on Sunday,January 20, 2013, 23:22:49 I wish the OSD was a bit more informative . Is there any chance to connect GPS to it?
Quote from: eyeflying on Monday,January 21, 2013, 09:41:20 TBS say that there are no plans to add GPS functionality to the Core. They want to keep it simple
Quote from: maddog7 on Monday,January 21, 2013, 11:59:50 RS,What would you need the gps to do?Just show speed and direction? or do alt hold and RTL etc?I think it would be simpler and a lot faster (than designing/building/writing code) to buy a APM? D
Quote from: Jumpy07 on Thursday,January 24, 2013, 10:09:47 Micky have a look at these... Still waiting on my TBS.. Quadcopters are a bit slow in responding to my emails.. should hopefully get mine ordered today at some point...
Quote from: usnooz on Thursday,January 24, 2013, 20:24:01 Mines ready for its maiden after waiting 2 months for my motors :)
Quote from: eyeflying on Thursday,January 24, 2013, 23:36:13 I have just fitted some TBS 900Kv (Tiger) motors and Graupner 10" props to a Discovery and took it for its maiden flight today and I';ve got to say, I was really impressed. Naza controller and TBS 30A ESC';s. Very stable in the hover and very quick and decisive responses to stick movements. Totally recommend this setup .Disappointed with video from my Gopro though - severe Jello - I spent a some time balancing the props before the flight and really took care in isolating the camera - but the quality was bad (hence no video to show you).From what I';ve found out, even though the quad may be perfectly balanced, the motors still generate high frequency vibrations that directly affect the camera';s CMOS sensor due to and the way it scans the image and its virtually impossible to prevent with this type of setup. This is particularly a problem when recording at 1080p with a standard frame rate of 25fps or 30fps. I';m told that filming at 720 with 50fps will greatly reduce the Jello - so I';m going to give a go and I';ll keep you posted. I';m determined to fix this though!I';ll be honest, this is the first quad I';ve built where the camera is ';hard mounted'; to the frame - I normally use gimbals and isolation mounts so have never really experienced the Jello problem to such a degree as this.
Quote from: maddog7 on Friday,January 25, 2013, 11:09:52 eyeflying,Have you tried the laser or seismometer app methods of balancing your motors?Made a huge difference to mine.D
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