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DJI NAZA with GPS

Started by Gaza07, Friday,August 03, 2012, 21:54:13

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Gaza07

Nice video showing how well the naza gps works  ~~


MadMax

The naza really is very stable but at a price and how long before you get bored looking at it hovering over your tx  :rolleyes: I also notice most of these videos are made on non windy days lets see it do it in a good breeze  :shrug:

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Gaza07

Oh my god I never noticed that, I often have the volume quite low so I don't disturb the Mrs even tesco's dont play crap as bad as that  :whistling:

johnrs

guess it all depends on what you want to do with your quad/hex.  If aerial photography or video is your thing then its good to have a good stable platform.
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neagron

 :goodpost: very nice,can the AIOP with gps do this,your's,Marty.

Gaza07

This is what the naza is best at an AIOP with gps will do some thing similar but not as well as the naza does it  :rolleyes:

Quote from: neagron on Friday,September 28, 2012, 10:11:48
:goodpost: very nice,can the AIOP with gps do this,your's,Marty.

sausageroll

Quote from: MadMax on Saturday,August 04, 2012, 07:00:03
The naza really is very stable but at a price and how long before you get bored looking at it hovering over your tx  :rolleyes: I also notice most of these videos are made on non windy days lets see it do it in a good breeze  :shrug:




I have since had both the quad and the hex out in 27mph wind and it handled fine. Wobbly, terrifying, my heart stopped every time there was a gust, but it was remarkably stable for the conditions.

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Balders

Quote from: MadMax on Saturday,August 04, 2012, 07:00:03
The naza really is very stable but at a price and how long before you get bored looking at it hovering over your tx  :rolleyes: I also notice most of these videos are made on non windy days lets see it do it in a good breeze  :shrug:


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sausageroll

I dont have the bollocks to fly my big one out of the back garden. Will do one day i should think, but not yet. lol

usnooz

Quote from: Balders on Friday,September 28, 2012, 12:49:13
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I see your using the dx6i. have you set your return to home on a switch and does it work if you loose signal?

sausageroll

Its not the transmitter that does that, its the receiver. Its a feature called Preset failsafes and its a pain in the arse to find, spektrum dont really mention it as a feature, some have it some dont. My quad has an ar600something in it, no preset failsafes. The hex has an 8000 which does have preset failsafe.

Basically you plug the bind plug in, power it on then unplug the bind plug, then do the bind with the switches set to fail. Its annoying my quad wont do it, it always worries me slightly...


Balders

as per above, you have to use an AR8000Rx to do "proper" failsafe on Spektrum.  Mine is set to failsafe with two switches mixed and yes also on power off of tx.  Took a bit of faffing around to set switch positions on failsafe but got there in the end.

Don't bother on anything less than an AR8000 as it will do "smartsafe" which is all well and good for a plane, but no good for switch position memory.

Tested mine power off the other night.
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sausageroll

Balders is right. The 8000 was only 4 quid more than my 6. Annouing.

usnooz

Quote from: sausageroll on Friday,September 28, 2012, 13:10:40
Its not the transmitter that does that, its the receiver. Its a feature called Preset failsafes and its a pain in the arse to find, spektrum dont really mention it as a feature, some have it some dont. My quad has an ar600something in it, no preset failsafes. The hex has an 8000 which does have preset failsafe.

Basically you plug the bind plug in, power it on then unplug the bind plug, then do the bind with the switches set to fail. Its annoying my quad wont do it, it always worries me slightly...


Yes i think it starts at eh 7000. has anyone tried these out?

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__20684__OrangeRx_R710_Spektrum_DSM2_Compatible_7Ch_w_Failsafe.html

homersainty

i have a spectrum ar7010 and failsafe works fine so as they clam to be the same thing and description seems to state it I'm gona stick my neck out and say they will be fine but i would stick with spectrum just for the customer service 8000 is good but if you need to save space 7010 is a fair bit smaller
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