[QUOTE=crimsonlung;73037]Thank you everyone for the incredibly valuable input. Good to know I overspent and bought necessary parts (I will save them for another quadcopter because I am sure this wont be my only build)
Because of your replies, I purchased 3 more items:
First of all, Thanks for all the knowledge Aeroquad. I swear i will have some flights from the AQ32 verrry soon! There is a bit of vibration that i just cant seem to shake (pun) even though i have isolated the camera rig. its a neat vid i think tho.
Ok the Pics Issue. haha
This was my workspace before the real Chaos. My dead airhockey table served well as a bench as it can be leveled with the feet...
My lil radio modems. This was my first soldering project on the Aeroquad build. Carancho got em out with a Quickness!! Then..
Everything else started comin in in a rush.. I sorted it out and thought this is gonna be apiece
Ok the blog has been quiet for too long and lacks any good pics lately.. to tell you the truth, i am a terrible multitasker. ... aaaaand a prorastinator to boot. Wah Wah.
I still have an iphone full of videos and i think none of them are of the AQ oops!
It really only flew for an afternoon as what i will call the elongated quad.. i did have pics of that which will be uploaded but the wiring was jank... which led to some glitchyness but i thought otherwise the atti mode was freakin
OK, OK!!! I dont read the fine print very often until something shitty happens. But that is the way of life with tech you have little understanding of... I was surprised, to say the least, when i was through all my calibrations (hahahah i thought..) I went out and tightened up the props and plugged in the ol batt. Beep Beep Beep.... Beep.. all good.. i arm the motors.... and vrooom up she goes!!!!
lesson learned on making sure the motors outouts look legit.. i didnt look very closely at the