We are developing our own FPV Frame called Freedom, it's all done in South Africa.


FPV SA's own frame - Second prototype. Thanks Daniel. We are planning to test the frame next weekend.
1. Designed for FPV
2. Use DJI plastic arms
3. Integrated power board
4. Vibration free zone for a camera etc..
5. More space for electronics
6. Mounting place for upcoming brushless gimbal

7. Build-in circuit board for Power distribution and for FPV system

8. Build-in Leds


First prototype:


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  • he yi am from johannesburg and live in the uk now, check out my frames http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-an-entire-drone-and-cam...

  • Murray, it's not expensive if you know people in the industry. Thanks for the link I will check it out..

  • looks very good

  • Very nice! Is it an expensive process to create the integrated circuit boards? I recently also saw MAXboard here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1703258614/maxrotor-open-source...

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  • The battery is at the back. The Freedom frame support up to 6amp batteries 3S or 4S configuration. Slightly bigger than the discovery frame. The top frame also increase the space for components. 

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  • nice looking TBS Discovery-ish frame.  Looks nice and solid.. love the use of the DJI arms as it makes for cheap fixes.. and seeing that I cracked my TBS frame crashing into a tree and getting it stuck 100 feet up.. it was pretty easy to fix and get it back in the air.  This frame looks a bit more solid.  Where is the battery supposed to go?  looks like screw holes all around the back-end.. which on the TBS is where I put the batter into the frame.

  • The integrated circuit board looks great. Hope to see it fly soon.

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