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Started by Hands0n, Saturday,October 12, 2013, 15:14:04
Quote from: Hands0n on Sunday,October 13, 2013, 10:37:47 I';m definitely in the "dabbler" camp - just love experimenting and finding out about technical stuff. This hobby is giving me a decent fill in that respect So you won';t be surprised then to know that I have the Naza M Lite in the Alien (dead cat';ish) air frame - but also have an APM 2.5 in a Firefly 450 (DJI clone). The DJI flew OOTB whereas the APM 2.5 took a great deal of learning and setting up. Once done, though, I do think both fly equally well - if anything the APM has the edge on the Naza M Lite in terms of precise control (I feel).I have a "spare" APM 2.5 FC which is why I was thinking about swapping out the Naza M Lite. Some chap on eBay was selling them ridiculously cheap, including GPS, for about £45 so I couldn';t say no! (@fruitsalad spotted it). I was thinking "spare" but now I';m thinking "alternative". I';m just waiting for the next release of Arducopter - that has PID Auto-Setup - and will give it serious consideration. I';ve only slown FPV standing up - it doesn';t feel odd other than my head drops to my chest, curiously. I don';t even realise I';m doing it until I see myself in the FPV or lift the goggles for a bit of LOS to get my orientation back. Strangely, I find it a bit more challenging when I can actually hear the quad - it feels all wrong in my brain to the visuals that arriving from the eyes I';ll give the "sat down" approach a go though, see if its any more comfy. I thought about sitting in the car, but the metal body is likely to impact the RF signals.OSD is on my list. If I go APM 2.5 then it is MinimOSD - if I stay with the Naza M Lite then the easiest to fit will be the EZOSD, although it is a good deal more expensive and doesn';t appear to be quite as comprehensive. What OSD are you using with your Naza? I';m presuming you';re flying the full-blown M version rather than the M LITE?
Quote from: Gav on Sunday,October 13, 2013, 12:01:58 The trouble is you';ll want to fpv over every interesting spot you find. Even when out with the family or on holiday you';ll be wishing you had the quad to fpv over stuff lol.
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