I mounted my GoPro Hero2 to the top of my 3DR frame using the standard mount and the resulting video was unusable- complete jello. So then I used tripod adapter with the camera and a 1/4-20 bolt to the top and still had unusable jello in the video.
I'm a newbie and have been flying my 3DR quad for a few weeks now. I saw the impressive post about Arducopter 2.0.55 and decided to try it out tonight, so I fired up the APM Planner selected 2.0.55 and installed it. But afterwards all of the settings
Why is there a female header included in the kit? As far as I can tell, it isn't used for anything, but meanwhile the telemetry kit instructions immediately call out for soldering a 4 pin breakaway header to the APM oilpan:
I finished building the 3DR quadcopter about a week ago and encountered several issues in the assembly documentation, so I figured I would post my issues and recommendations here with the hope that they could be incorporated into the official documen
I finished building my first quadcopter this week (3DR quad kit) and am very happy with the results. A colleague of mine who flies RC helicopters and multicopters part time for movie studios checked it out and said that it felt underpowered. Even bas
Now that the ArduPilot is available, I have a few questions about using the FMA co-pilot.1. Is it really necessary to have the proportional aux channel on a TX? Alternatively, the trim can be set on the FMA computer. I imagine that having it on the T
This message is initially addressed towards Chris, since he has commented about this before, but I welcome any other feedback.Chris, you said that the ArduPilot requires 4 channels, which is why you are using an EasyGlider now. I think the reason is