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Is the Naza worth buying now?

Started by Torquetube, Wednesday,August 22, 2018, 18:56:16

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Torquetube

Is the Naza V2 still worth buying? Looks like DJI don’t support it anymore as there’s been no new firmware upgrades for ages. I liked the Naza when I had one a few years ago but worried I’d be buying something that is already out of date.

apollo7

I have a superb Naza  V1.....its going no where, best flight controller i have ever used, its been in at least four different frames and is due to go into a final build some time soon
Volantex Ranger 1600/2000, Ranger 1200 G2, Phoenix S 1600 AR900 Miniskyhunter, ZOHD Dart 635 and a few 680 batwings plus old faithful C1 chaser and a lot of eagletree guardians

Gav

naza v2 going strong here in my eye ball in the sky quad.

Torquetube

Thanks for your replies, I was torn between the Naza and Pixhawk, although the Pixhawk looks a bit too complex for my skill.

ched

Naza is nice and simple but that does make it a bit limited. Pixhawk (a few different versions) are good and very flexible but as such there is a bit of a learning curve to them.
I try :-)

apollo7

Quote from: ched999uk on Sunday,August 26, 2018, 13:29:32
Naza is nice and simple but that does make it a bit limited. Pixhawk (a few different versions) are good and very flexible but as such there is a bit of a learning curve to them.


For a camera quad Naza is just right, if its set up nice its incredibly stable, and reliable, easy to set up
Volantex Ranger 1600/2000, Ranger 1200 G2, Phoenix S 1600 AR900 Miniskyhunter, ZOHD Dart 635 and a few 680 batwings plus old faithful C1 chaser and a lot of eagletree guardians