Hein is a long time friend on DIY Drones.
Just want to show his work to you.
Hein.... I did not finished my Skywalker but obviously you did.
These pictures are awesome. Thank you!
which gimbal you use for this flight?
Very nice video!!!!
Panthastic scenery, beautyfull places, thanks for sharing. Very smooth video, did you do post-edit the video ?
extremely nice place!
Hey Eric, quite a surprise opening DIY and seeing my clip :D Thanks :)
Awesome, inspiring place. Joe, I'm so sorry I could not meet up - had a full agenda this time!
No post editing, just trimming the boring bits out with GoPro studio. I used a Feiyu tech Mini 3D Pro. Brilliant gimbal for fixed wings - most other gimbals lose their minds at high bank angles!
really impressive!could you show some picts how you mounted this gimbal?
maybe it is mountable on the new opterra ...
Thanks Robert. Really nothing fancy. I have a laser cut plywood base over the fuse and cable tied the gimbal down through some holes. I even duct-taped the whole thing to the SW :D
Here's another flight in the Namib: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtDPV1dRRNk
very nice these landing scenes with the camera point backwards.
you are pretty far out, what is the tx power of the video transmitter?
and what battery are you using?
just to see what is needed when my small radian glider hits the end of life ;-)
@robert, yes it was an unexpected bonus - the gimbal maintained direction while the plane turned under it - I like it too!
Max distance was only 5.6km. I have a 800mw video tx on it, but on the bench it was 500mw tested and it got damaged by a shorted antenna, so my range would probably be reduced to around 10km. Have a look at my 35km personal best with 800mw: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YoaqNfR8zc
My first plane was a Radian Pro, which I immediately installed APM 1 on :) Great flyer, but no interior space whatsoever :(
Oh, the battery was an XPower 8500 4S. Attached is the summary screen. Not the most efficient flight ever. I think the gimbal does use a significant amount of energy, though much better than other models I've had.
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