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17 Jan 2020 17:44:22
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Happy new year all hope 2020 is a cracking year for you  :beer2:
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21 Dec 2019 17:58:42
Have a great time DB. Look forward your projects in 2020.  :beer2:
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Tbh I've been really busy, not had much time to fly anything and with conditions being crap, hopefully in the new year I'll have some new projects on the go, mostly to do with HAM radio, will certainly fly again soon. FTR I hate FB too   :D Merry Christmas
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New RCtimer Brushless Gimbal Controller

Started by teslahed, Saturday,March 30, 2013, 10:43:54

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It seems RCTimer are releasing a new brushless gimbal controller to go with their new brushless gimbal.

Apparently it will be "Available April 15th. Price will be announced April 5th"


I suspect this is the new ';32 bit flight controller'; it was rumoured they were releasing.

It';s not all that surprising really. If you look at their brushless gimbal;


"RCTIMER 2-Axis Brushless Gimbal - Without the brushless Gimbal control board"

One circlip short of a quadcopter.
 1 lobe short of an antenna.


Not too keen on the metal gimbal from rctimer.  But eagerly awaiting a cheap controller.   For the time being I will stick with my servo driven gimbal lol need to save the pennies for a bit


Yeah, i agree the aluminium does look overly heavy and engineered for a gopro style camera, but it should be possible to build something yourself with the controller and motors.
One circlip short of a quadcopter.
 1 lobe short of an antenna.