Beautifull ultrafast deploying photography-ready quad

hi!

I knew Jago, the gentleman that introduced me to arducopter 3 weeks ago now, was a master accro quad pilot but he is as much of a master i think in his proto designs! i love it!

 

Look at this geniously elegant design of an ultrafast deploy photography-ready quad;

http://jago.se/jago_se/Projects/Entries/2011/9/1_Foldable_heavylift_Quad.html

 

The picture just before the last on the linked page above sure looks like a giant insect.. a robot bee!

and the cam positionning feels really natural, nearly organically obvious if one can say that about robotics

 

there is a video at the end, nice and smooth flight too

 

Thank you again Jago for helping me get started with uavs and diydrones.com;

 

 

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  • Love his work and cant stop looking at that nice frame I really hope someone makes it. Its a true masterpiece...Too bad I dont  have the skills to make one and the CNC to cut...

  • Motor looks like a 2820 series base on this photo1 and photo2.

     

    This is really an interesting frame, no fancy landing gear. Function and design merged together. Hope other frame builder/sellers will make one for us to buy :D

  • Anis,

     

    Can you help figure out the specific kind of axi motors used by Jago? Not so obvious in the linked page, thx.

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