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A LINK TO MY build log of a multirotor camera platform

#7
What can I say, Its gonna be a big multirotor. Its to carry DSLR size cameras. It will weigh less than the 1.25kg the Zenmuse Z15 weighs
 

xuzme720

Dedicated foam bender
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#10
Ah, I see. I wonder where 360 on pitch or roll is ever needed? It's cool, but kinda useless, or am I missing something?
 

Johan

Senior Member
#11
Over 70 views and no comments...?
They must be as speechless as I am! That thing is huge!
Yep, I was one of those 70, but indeed did not know what to say, the yaw mechanism is just a bit smaller that my entire tricopter :)

Following the thread / blog with great interest though, carbon has something extra to it and lifting a DSLR ain't too bad (better get my flying skills up a notch (or 3)). :)

PS, don't know if it is intentional, but Biggles was my favourite read (pilot adventure novels) as a teenager :)
 

Johan

Senior Member
#12
Hi biggles,

Apart from the new multirotor build: You've got some nice aerial panorama's on your site!

Kind regards, Johan
 

xuzme720

Dedicated foam bender
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#16
Nice explanation!
Funny, I've never noticed your accent before...
(Sorry, running joke from another thread...)
 

Johan

Senior Member
#20
Wow,

What a difference this gimble makes!
Nice demonstration showing the footage side by side, makes it clear what level of stabilisation to expect