Hey all, I had quite a few of the parts for the OSD already so I downloaded the source files from the diydrones store site and sent them off to be fabbed, but as a friend and I were assembling our…Continue
"I think that banned may be the wrong word here. I would have preferred to see "not allowed on cruises" instead. Banned to me carries the meaning that some government entity has banned them, not that the members of these tour…"
"Hey sorry it looks like you havent gotten much response, I will try to help you out.
1st, with the cables you have there, unless you bought a specific cable, forget about plugging the camera cable into a normal PWM output. The camera needs a…"
"Any updates Justin?
I plan to do some glacier filming between 9 and 11 thousand feet this summer.
I'm reviewing the linked article now. Did you successfully get the new props installed? Were there any glitches to report along the…"
"I believe the visual line of sight stipulations are primarily to be able to sense other aircraft / people in the area, not so much as to be able to maintain control of the aircraft. If you look at it from a safety perspective this makes sense,…"
"I ordered a set of those and just tried them, they do not fit on the iris prop adapters. It looks like the Iris threaded shafts are a little larger than the phantoms. I will report back when I find ones that do fit."
Thanks for the info that you have submitted. I previously did estimations using ecalc and was worried that there would be issues, which is why I came to all of you. I planned to go with larger propellers as was suggested, and still…"
I live at just over 8,500ft here in Colorado. Needless to say that is the altitude, I more often than not, launch from. In fact most of the time when I go out to film or take pictures its from a higher…"
"Hi. I flew an original Iris (non plus) with a mobius camera in Puno Peru at 12,500 ft. It was sluggish and then I had GPS issues before a crash. I found out that my throttle was close to 100% before the crash. I would run the calculations that…"