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KK2 board on a Dji frame and HK Microframe

Started by Gaza07, Thursday,August 02, 2012, 13:42:41

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Gaza07

Thursday,August 02, 2012, 13:42:41 Last Edit: Thursday,August 02, 2012, 14:33:09 by Gaza07
A good video showing the kk2 board close up, I have to say this does look like a very good board  ~~



another good video shows some of the settings and the motor / prop layout


MadMax

This KK2 board is looking very good, its probably the best place for a beginner to start now  ~~

Gaza07

I was thinking the same thing I think I said in another post that the low cost crius multi wii board should be considered as entry level but, I'm actually starting to think this is the new entry level board as it is much more simple to setup than a multi wii for a beginner and the auto level seems to work very well as can be seen in the video  ~~

teslahed

Quote from: Gaza07 on Thursday,August 02, 2012, 15:54:58
I was thinking the same thing I think I said in another post that the low cost crius multi wii board should be considered as entry level but, I'm actually starting to think this is the new entry level board as it is much more simple to setup than a multi wii for a beginner and the auto level seems to work very well as can be seen in the video  ~~


If i was starting out now I'd get one of these. I started with the standard gyro only KK board which was very simple to set up but not the easiest to learn to fly with.

Obviously a board like this isn't going to compete with a fully laiden MultiWii, Rabbit or other flight controller but i would be interested to hear what someone like warthox thinks of this board - how well does it perform when used just for stunt flying compared to the currently available options?
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 1 lobe short of an antenna.