Marmotte HD w/ Caddx Vista + Nebula Pro

By alwaysbless on Mar 17, 2021

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Finally upgraded my analog Marmotte to digital with the Caddx Vista and Nebula Pro. The build was surprisingly easy to complete but does require that you 3D print custom parts to fit things properly. At some point in the future Ill likely upgrade this to 6S but for now its a 4S only build due to the motors. Detailed part list is below and also some links to the files I used on Thingiverse.

Vista Mount @
Antenna Mount @
M8Q GPS Mount @
Capicator Mount @
Cage Bumper @
Arm Protectors @
Micro Cam Adapter @

Flight Footage:

Still waiting for my V2 goggle pre-order so coming soon. I did test with a buddies setup though and it flies great!



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WhiteKnuckles   Jan 11, 2022  

Nice! I really like where you put the is that working out for you?

franktronic   Apr 07, 2021  

Sweet! This is almost exactly what I want to build. Does the Vista have the same wiring harness/cable as the DJI air unit? I see that there are FCs that are "made for DJI" with a simple cable connection but all of the pics show it connected to an air unit.

alwaysbless   Apr 07, 2021 

I think the order of the pins is a little different so youd have to check the vista solder pads to make sure they match your FCs DJI port pin layout.

GrannyG   Mar 18, 2021  

Good looking build

Mountainlovingsurfer   Mar 17, 2021  

Been thinking of the same build soon .
Super clean , nice one .

alwaysbless   Mar 17, 2021 

Youll love it and easily one of the better looking HD compatibile frames. Cheers

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