3D Printed – Universal 2-Axis Front Facing Brushless Gimbal for Alien Quadcopter Frame
Using the stl files from 2 different 3D Printed projects on thingiverse, I was able to build & setup a front facing quadcopter brushless gimbal for my Alien 500 frame.
H250 ZMR Mini FPV Quadcopter – Last Battery Of The Day!
Some FPV racing through the tress at Kelburn park in Port Glasgow…
this was my last battery of the day, but the Go-Pro battery failed in the dying minutes!
Alien 500 Quadcopter Visits Tyndrum Scotland 2014
We took a trip to Tyndrum for some gold panning, took along the Quadcopter to capture the action, but sadly the weather let us down & had to pack it away..
I did manage to get some pre “gold panning” flying done…
I was messing around with the megapirateng rates on the quadcopter which resulted in the wobbly footage!
Alien 500 Quadcopter Rates Testing
Alien 500 Quadcopter Rates Testing MegaPirateNG 3.0.1R4
Quadcopter Flying Whinhill Golf Course Greenock
Alien 500 Quadcopter Whinhill Golf Course Greenock
FPV Quadcopter At Greenock Donnies
FPV flying @ Greenock Donnies with my Alien 500 Quadcopter
X525 Quadcopter Build Setup & Test
After weeks having fun with my little Hubsan X4 mini quadcopter, I decided to upgrade to something with a little more kick, the trial & error I had will be outlined in this post, hopefully it will help others that’s having issues getting off the ground!
This build is focused on the X525 Quadcopter build with the KKMulticopter V5.5 Blackboard flight controller running XCopter v4.7 firmware by kapteinkuk
Road Trip To Falkland Bike Park
Paddy & Myself took our first road trip through to Falkland to check out the bike park, We had a brilliant day out and loads of fun, few crashes but everything was great. Filmed on GroPro 3 (white) (720-50fps)
Morning Bike Run Through the Glen
Took the Forme Sterndale (1.0) up through the glen for a self edit using the GrPro (hero 3 white).
The sun was shining the bike was all oiled ready for some action, I headed up through the Auchmountain glen, setup the tripod in various places and let it rip.