I took some time this weekend to optimize the frame. The frame has now a dyadic setup which means the sideplates can be separated in two parts which makes maintenance on the electronics much more easier. This dyadic setup seperates the lower part which we right now call the rail and the frame housing. So it is possible to pull the main housing and then you access the drivetrain and all electronics. Weight 171,7gr without the battery. I have two 800mAh 3s sources here weighting in at 82gr (with long cables and xt60 connectors). So I will short the really long wires and change it to a xt30. This will bring the setup below the magic mark of 250gr.
It’s long time ago that I posted news about my latest quad project. Here it is – the brand new prototype of my moskito – a 3″ quad with full 1080p recording capability and racing formfactor. This beast is compliant with the german „below-250gr“ rule. So take your googles and punch this 135mm frame into the air and have fun with your recorded hd video footage later.
This babe will be one of the most efficient quads in this size due to it’s unique and futuristic design. Stay tuned…
This video is more than overdue, i procrastinated editing and uploading it way too long.
This was filmed almost 3 weeks ago, we had a lot of fun and a lot of damage while flying around our local XXL Neubert (you get overpriced furniture there, don’t even ask).
First few batteries were just me ripping around the parking lot, then Daniel killed his Eachine Lizard 95 and the girls were getting hungry. Side note: Never go flying with hungry girls, unless you have no more than two batteries with you. End side note.
Anyway, then i decided to finish my last battery at the giant red chair that was standing around (it’s like 30 or so meters high, at the very least), but i did **NOT** scout the location enough and overlooked the number one enemy of every miniquad pilot: WATER! TO THE RESCUE!