If you like to be surprised check our random cams, you will find your next love in seconds. I like it so much that I'm releasing it as is you can order it. I could theoretically do the same by lowering the cam tilt on a race frame, but I'm so used to the controls at 45 degrees now it's hard for me to fly with less cam tilt. Then I paired up the ducts on each side into a single print so they could help stiffen things up. Turns out that Robert's rigs are nothing like what I was working on. Updates Check out what Nurk did with his lots more on his : Then we had another session where I challenged Randy to fly through the main triangle of my bike.
Each run was done on a fully charged battery, readings were taken off a video at 5 frame intervals. The first flight at 25 went well enough it needed more P and I with the weight of the ducts , so I tried it at 40 degrees next. Then I remembered that the Squirt can carry a Session so I gave it a shot. I didn't think too much about it, but later that night Nurk messaged me, saying he'd been asked to do a shot along those lines, and would I like to design something for it. On one of the attempts the Squirt glued itself to my left leg, which is the leg I unclip first.
It was really fun running a race course with it — you have forever to line up the gates, making it easy to learn the course and build confidence without crashing. My first thought was a ducted frame, given all the weight and need for prop guards, so job number one was to build a proof of concept to see if I could create a frame that could haul all that mass and still fly well. At full throttle it was 1953g with ducts, 1710 without, so it seems the ducts are well worth their weight. Thankfully the dowel held and we didn't have a full speed indoor flyaway. I normally prefer to see the roll of the quad in my videos, but in this case, I gotta say this was waaaay better. In the stabilized version it's all gone, just a smooth orbit.
Here's a low speed spin up just to give you an idea how the rig works: The initial runs were done with throttle at 1453 just a random mid throttle number that the Betaflight app seemed to like because I wasn't sure that skinny dowel would hold up at full throttle. At about 27 seconds into the original video, you can see me about to circle the big ass drone on the table , except I misjudged it and have to give it some roll right to push the Squirt around. That 1mm gap was bothering me, so I broke out a fresh set of props and slowly sanded them down until theyjust started to spin freely. I built it up with an old Racerstar 4in1, Radiance, and Rotorgeeks 1407 3600kv motors.
And even more details on how many seconds 2632 was online, models age 30 and birthday 1986-11-18 All the information about eyescrystal Crystal is for you to decide faster if you like and want to give something , or maybe , read below more info about it. Now this is looking like it might be a serious tool in a cinematographer's arsenal. Randy put me in touch with Robert and we started chatting. I prefer to design something from beginning to end, but I have no skills with homemade gimbals and de-casing GoPros, so the idea of sending Robert a blank slate for him to drill and dremel was way less appealing than the many other prototypes I had going at the same time. I panicked, and, not wanting to topple onto the Squirt, let myself drop to the right side.
Check out for a perfect example of his precision flying. I kinda never got around to it, and Robert didn't pester me, so it just languished. I made the cam mount with 3 tilts, 25-40-55 degrees. .
The scale side was weighted 'til it was just a bit heavier than the frame, and then the scaled was tared. The Liberty Ducted Quad has a full top and bottom plate, but to save weight here I opted for just a pared down bottom plate. The smaller rigs have decased GoPros. I got 616g with ducts on, 554g with ducts off.
After that the rest was pretty straightforward — it'll all have to be changed to accommodate Robert anyway. Then I got ambitious and double stick taped a Hero6 to the front, and that was totally acceptable. I broke out the clamp-down pivot from my. Cam tilt was at 40 degrees. You can see his smaller rig in the thumbnail image of the.