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VC-450 CopterControl Camera Test

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Uploaded on Oct 31, 2011

This is my new Hoverthings VC-450 frame with the awesome OpenPilot CopterControl Flight Controller.

After many test flights and configuration changes i believe i am nearly done with tuning. This flight was the first with a GoPro on board to see exactly how well it handles it. Its a boring flight but it serves its purpose.

I do not see any actual flight vibrations, there is SOME slight wobbles but those hopefully i will be able to tune out. Outside of mounting tilt/roll camera gimbals I believe this is probably as good as this one will get.

I am very pleased with this build and anticipate the FPV maiden will happen this week.

The build:

VC-450 frame (hoverthings)
OpenPilot CopterControl FC
Turnigy D2830/11 1000kv motors with shortened prop shafts
Turnigy 25a speed controllers
HK 5v/5a UBEC
Futaba R617FS 2.4ghz FASST RX
PDB from my original ArduCopter frame
EagleTree OSD Pro, v4 Elogger and GPS unit
RMRC-480 OSD camera
300mw 1.3ghz video tx with Cloverleaf antenna
LC Filter (self made) for video and tx
GoPro 1
3S35C 2200 Turnigy Nanotech lipo

AUW with 2200 battery and GoPro is 1300g.

Flight times average about 6 minutes with a minute and a half reserve.

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