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    one of my fist flights with AQ32


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    Beautiful video! I'm very impressed with the quality, no jello or anything! Congratulations on getting the AQ32 airborne!
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    Looked a little twitchy to me, I'd spend some more time tuning the PIDs and you'll have a rock solid craft in no time =)
    push the envelope, watch it bend

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    Sicarius thank you!
    wooden - it was windy, about 3-5 m/s. Without any wind my copter is a rock solid. Now I have only one problem with altitude hold PID tuning. I hope to find well PID values, but I need a few hours for that.


 

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