Dji Naza the best multirotor system for it's price considering it actually lives up what they advertise

Dji is the best multirotor system out there for the price it lives up to the hype. I bought a f330 pre built arf kit used save about a 100.00. I bought a 20c 3s 4000 Economyrc lipo battery flying time about 20 mins. I gotta say I was amazed how stable ,responsive and fast I was able to fly. I took it up about a 100 feet just to hover. it's simple to build the most difficult thing to do is using the software and transmitter setting for first time users but one accomplish that buyer will very happy with the end result. I just order the f450 and the x468 landing and gimble at 129.00 ship made for naza quads here is the link http://www.x468.com/


These things are hard to come by used because so many people are very please with them and when they are so sold used it not at a big saving that why I just bought the f450 with naza fc new. Man I gotta say I love what the folks at Dji have done I hope they keep up the good work because they made a believer out of me

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Comment by Ellison Chan on April 22, 2012 at 9:50am

Charles, this is sounding like a DJI advertisement.  How can you make any claims about DJI, without at least showing a flying video?

Comment by Rick Stewart on April 22, 2012 at 10:25am

Have you used any other auto pilots or boards to compare this too?  If so which ones? 

Rick

Comment by Ellison Chan on April 22, 2012 at 11:57am

Rick, the  point of blogs is to share things with the community.  So, in general it's not recommended to just post a picture, with no text, especially when you are making a claim of performance for a piece of equipment.  I have nothing against DJI.  In fact I am waiting for my order of a hexa flame wheel and Naza to come in the mail.

My issue is not with the claim, it's with the lack of information and usefulness of this post.

Comment by Rick Stewart on April 22, 2012 at 12:00pm

My issue isn't with the claim either, its just the lack of information, and as well usefulness.

Rick

Comment by Ellison Chan on April 22, 2012 at 12:01pm

Unfortunately, I'm not the only moderator.  I had flagged this blog, and requested Charles add more information, but it was approved by another moderator.

Comment by Gareth Rens on April 22, 2012 at 12:26pm

@Ellison: Perhaps the moderators need to be moderated... ;)

Comment by Ellison Chan on April 22, 2012 at 12:40pm

Gareth, isn't that Chris' job?

Comment by Gareth Rens on April 22, 2012 at 12:44pm

I do believe it is :)

Comment by Charles John on April 22, 2012 at 3:08pm

I stand by what I believe if you are enjoy flying without frustration of systems that don't live up to the hype please  buy a dji naza f330,450 or 550 you will not be disappointed. To those who sound very upset please request a  system in the same price range and is as stable as the naza and with the flyiing quality or close. Once you get pass the software setup with your transmitter you will say to yourself man was that worth it

Comment by Ken McEwan on April 22, 2012 at 3:42pm

I also have a NAZA and verify it's performance. I've also had KK, Quadrino, MultiwII, Korean KK, MK v2.0 and last but not least the Arducopter hardware. The NAZA out performed all the others for stability out of the box with virtually no tuning. This was the first FC that flew well stable the first flight. Are there some short commings? Yes, but for for a simple stable FC it heads and shoulders above the rest. 

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