My First Build, 5" GEPRC MARK4 HD5

By F.P. on Sep 04, 2020

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This is my first build, and it took what felt like an eternity for all the parts to arrive and for me to finish the build. But finally, I did.

It's the GEPRC Mark4 HD frame, with T-Motor ESC, FC and Motors. I picked the parts based on other builds using the same frame that I found here on RotorBuilds.

My only gripe with the frame is that it doesn't fit the stock lens protector for the camera. Would have liked to protect it from scratches and damage.

.stl files for the wire guards and capacitor holder can be found below.

I already took it out for a spin and surprisingly, I didn't encounter any issues. I also didn't expect it to fly this smoothly, I'm impressed. Now let's not crash it right away.



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ICARU5   Apr 03, 2021  

Are the props visible in the dji video feed?

F.P.   Apr 03, 2021 

No, not at all!

ICARU5   Apr 03, 2021 


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