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 on: Today at 07:05:26 AM 
Started by Cfish - Last post by Cfish
Thanks CurryKitten.  So when Foxeer says its camera has OSD, its mainly just an OSD to display camera settings for user adjustment purposes.   Got it!

I mislead you earlier.  I plan to use the Foxeer cam with the Ranger plane, using a Optimus f4 FC and 1.3Ghz VTX.

I plan to use the Wolfwhoop camera/VTX (5.8Ghz)combo on the ASW28 plane, and wonder if I can wire the Tiny III OSD to the Wolfwhoop unit.  I'm afraid I wont have a vid out and a vid in to hookup to my TinyOSD without doing some mods to the wolfwhoop.  I guess I should have bought separate camera and 5.8G VTX to allow for the TinyOSD to be wired between them.  If you're familiar with the Wolfwhoop, please advise if there is a way to connect the TinyOSD to the wolfwhoop.
Thanks!
Cfish

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 on: Today at 01:20:08 AM 
Started by Cfish - Last post by CurryKitten
I'd like to have OSD on that rig;  can the Foxeer Monster cam OSD accept a GPS and will it show flight info like altitude, grd speed, home arrow? if not, can I hook up the Tiny III OSD and GPS somehow to accomplish that?

The Foxtech Monster V2 can just display your voltage, pilot name, and flight time on screen, so you'd need to hook up the Tiny 3 to get all the info you need.  I think the Tiny has a current sensor, so easy to plug in the power from the lipo, and then it's essentially a case of connecting the signal wire of your camera to the video in pin and the video out pin of the OSD to the VTX.

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 on: Today at 01:04:40 AM 
Started by Cfish - Last post by Cfish
Thank you iwan_canobi!!!

I will be using a 3s or 4s battery.  A wiring diagram would be very, VERY appreciated. 
I ended up buying a Volantex Ranger EX for the longer distance flights.

To get some FPV flying under my belt, I plan to use the ASW28 for short (<1 mile) flights and bought a wolfwhoop WT02 cam/Vtx combo (200mw 5.8Ghz) and receiver. No FC. I'll either use my Spektrum 6DX or an old Futaba 72hz to fly it.
I'd like to have OSD on that rig;  can the Foxeer Monster cam OSD accept a GPS and will it show flight info like altitude, grd speed, home arrow? if not, can I hook up the Tiny III OSD and GPS somehow to accomplish that?

Thanks for your help!

Cfish


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 on: Yesterday at 10:24:45 PM 
Started by English Turbines - Last post by English Turbines
Skywaker Falcon....

Update:
                 This has become my fave plane and is now upgraded to UHF and 1280mhz  video...Hoping to test this weekend.

  Should be interesting comparing video link quality with the 5.8g link I was using.
  Im hoping to fly it out at just 100 mtrs or so to see how far I can get before the image starts to degrade...
  Had to chisel the tiny SBUS jumper off the F4 board to get sppm to work again.

              :vulture:


 5 
 on: Yesterday at 02:45:47 PM 
Started by dp106 - Last post by iwan_canobi
OK, makes sense! I've ordered some more strips so will add them once it arrives.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:21:07 PM 
Started by seebuyfly - Last post by CurryKitten
Just a day after I get my RunCam Swift Micro flying well on my Firer 110 frame, the RunCam Sparrow drops through the door.  Essentially like a Micro, but it's a 16:9 camera, and CMOS.  I'm presuming that 16:9 CCD sensors don't exist in this size ?

It should just be a 5 minute swap on the Firer frame, so should be able to make a reasonable comparison.  I can happily report that RunCam ship all the necessary accessories with the Sparrow now (so the OSD cable and mounting bracket are included)


 7 
 on: Yesterday at 11:23:30 AM 
Started by dp106 - Last post by dp106
Put the carbon in the same place top and bottom. This forms an ibeam so opposes forces from both top and bottom.

I've got carbon going from the centre right out to the tips and also some across by the motor mount.

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 8 
 on: Yesterday at 11:18:07 AM 
Started by dp106 - Last post by iwan_canobi
Yeah that makes sense, I guess it's hard to imagine the forces on the wing when you are in the air so what may feel stiff on the bench isn't under load. I'll add some to the top as well, maybe go for the opposite angles from the bottom.

The motor I have I thought was 1250kV but it's actually 1400kV, so hoping this should have a decent turn of speed with an 8x6 prop. It's a 600W+ motor so should be good!

 9 
 on: Yesterday at 10:27:38 AM 
Started by dp106 - Last post by Loopdreams
I'd put in any spars that you can.  It's been my experience with slope combat wings that if you remove what seems like even a fairly minimal amount of flex it translates into much sharper flying characteristics.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:26:35 AM 
Started by winks559 - Last post by JP
We are normally there around 12.30.

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