By lauritz.kr on May 17, 2016

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The Basic idea i was going for with this build was an aerial photography rig you can take on your travels.

The 525 Frame is already perfectly suited for being carried around on the back of you backpack, but still the transport other than on foot is rather troublesome.
To fix this I placed the escs, the FC, RX and FPV TX in the main part of the frame, and made the connection to the arms and the motors via amass MT30 connectors.
This big brother of the XT60 supports three wires, which is perfect for a plug between the motors and the escs.
The remaining parts are just a standart low-mid budget AP Platform

The Pictures are from an old version of mine, without gimbal etc, will update soon



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