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Started by johnrs, Monday,September 24, 2012, 09:27:01
Quote from: Mslater on Monday,September 24, 2012, 19:22:10 has anyone got any experience of ArduPilot Mega ? Yes, I've had 2 Ardu's now and my octo is currently flying APM 2Is setup as easy as the Naza ?No the setup takes weeks and I mean weeks to get right. There's hundreds of parameters to play withDoes it have failsafes like the NazaDon't worry it will come down just like the Naza if something goes wrong. A serious answer would be some failsafe in place more to followHow does it compare to the NazaWhen Tuned it knocks 3 bells out of the Naza, but its got to be dead right and very few people can set them with enough accuracy.I would like something like that Naza and its simple setup, but some of the ArduPilot Mega look niceThe Nazza will work out of the box and become boring very quickly. The Ardu is a constant stream of amusement. What I mean by that is this.. The Ardu takes some effort to get right for flight but once there you can expand into automated missions and have great fun with camera levelling, auto photography etc. Add a whole bunch of Led's and create your own light display etc. The Ardu is a computer with plenty of power left over for doing anything you want, you just add to the program. Add some telemetry (about £130) and fly it from a laptop !!! It's not for the faint hearted so if all you want to do is fly then the Nazza is the platform to choose. Want a hobbycraft and a whole load of headaches - get an Ardu.
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