I guess that one’s, the caddix loris 4k camera. So this one’s a couple grams lighter than the 4k version now it’s gon na, say right off the bat, if you’re one of those guys that likes to race and bash these whoops and uh. Just you know, go crazy. Uh probably recommend not getting this because um yeah this can handle a few crashes, but eventually you’re gon na probably break the hd camera or the 4k camera on this one. The motors and the props and all that are probably gon na, find the frames pretty sturdy. I’M, pretty sure the camera is gon na, be the thing that’s gon na go if you’re one of those guys that pushes these things really hard. So that being said, i was actually overall fairly surprised by this model. I wasn’t really expecting a whole lot. Essentially, what you have here is the modulus 6 hd. Instead of a 65 millimeter form factor, we have a 75 millimeter form factor with slightly bigger motors, so it’s a little bit heavier and then they’ve actually made a big improvement in the battery, so we’re having much larger 1s uh 650 milliamp hour batteries now, which will Give you a five minute flight time and we’ll just let’s go quickly over what else you get in the box just so you get your typical instructions. Um, you know eachine, and actually these are actually. These are actually made by happy model and get this little power.

Adapter usb to 1s power charger, and then you have an xd 32 ph 2.0 connector adapter to charge the batteries. Spare props get your controller board for the hd camera. So if you have the academy, you’ll have the um corresponding catex controller board phillips head screwdriver. Prop removal tool, uh sphere screws and you get some foam padding there. I guess if you want to make the space for the battery a little bit more secure, but it was fine for me. I didn’t, you know it. Doesn’T really move around too much in here. You have the uh 1s crazy, bx version 2.2 board in here now. So i i don’t know if i’ve had experience with the 2.2, i think maybe all the ones with the crazy bx are on 2.2 now, including the crux 3. I think the quarkx 3. I had before it’s, probably an older version version two so there’s several different versions of the crazy board, which has basically your five amp foreign ac, your f4 flight controller, your built in receiver, if you’re, if you’re, not using it, you know if you’re, not if you’re, Not if you didn’t get the crossfire version. You’Re gon na have a built in freesky or flight sky receiver and your built in video transmitter all in a single board, just cut down the weight, and then you have your separate camera board. On top of that, 1102. 19000 kv motors because it’s running on 1s and i believe the both versions have the same motors and props.

So really the only difference is they can. I think the canon is the same as well. The only difference is the camera and the hd um, or the camera board that’s on the different models other than that um let’s show you what the weight’s like so regarding the batteries you do get four of these, which is kind of kind of impressive. In terms of in terms of value now, in terms of getting extra these, i think uh there’s going to be a link at mango to get more of these separately. But i didn’t see that at the time of the recording this video – if i do see that i’ll link that down in the description, so you can get more batteries if you want four, is plenty and you can just charge them up between sessions, so so i’ll Get the weight of this without the battery first and yeah 37.36. I think the uh cadets version is a couple grams more. I don’t have that, of course, and then, with the battery together, we’re at 53.36 grams, all up so, as i said earlier, yeah this one is actually kind of surprised me a little bit. I wasn’t really expecting much of it. I thought the flight time would be short like it was on the modulus 6 hd. I thought maybe a little bit more because it is a slightly bigger motor, but at the same time i thought oh it’s going to be heavier.

So, probably not that much beginning in flight time i was expecting like three and a half minutes to four minutes at the most and you can get five minutes pretty easily on the battery here now. This is a bigger battery, of course, it’s at 650 milliamp milliamperes. I don’t know who makes this like alien, never heard of them before. I think they made the batteries uh there’s another couple models that they’ve made these batteries for forget, but uh yeah, i think it’s, the mobile, the mob lite seven comes with this one. Instead of the xt30, it comes with the ph2 connector, so yeah, i think the having the xd30 does help a lot with the current draw and the voltage stack. So the voltage doesn’t sag as much as as much as i was expecting like it does on the modulus 6 hd, and because of that, you get a longer flight and you get a smoother throttle curve throughout the whole pack throughout the whole battery pack. So, basically, from start to finish, you’re going to you’re going to get that initial voltage sag down to like 3.9 ish, 3.8 and it’s going to hang there for a while until the very end and then the very end. They’Ll drop off from like 3.4 ish. And then they’ll fall off pretty quickly after that, after about five minutes of flight, the camera angle here is adjustable. So if you want to go a little faster, you probably want to get a little more camera angle and then you’re gon na get these uh front of these ducts out of the way uh at the setting that i have here.

The very front of these ducts are kind of showing up a little bit and, as you get these it’s a pretty wide angle lens. But if you want to go slower, you’re going to probably want to reduce that angle, especially if you’re flying indoors at this angle. Here you could probably fly it indoors and outdoors paying about the size of your space. This is pretty fast for one s um, i think it’s going to ride the 1102 motors, so yeah be aware that you are going to want to probably have a bigger indoor space. If you’re going to be flying this indoors outdoors um, it actually is able to handle a little bit of wind, no problem. You know maybe like five miles an hour, so hopefully not gusting around too much. I was actually the fight you’re gon na see. At the end here at this park it was a little not super windy, but yeah. I was about five miles an hour when you can’t, really tell in the video it’s, actually got a pretty good pigeon. Even though it’s running an older version of betaflight, like three five, seven uh, it does say in the product specs that is running 16.8. In terms of the esc former, so i suspect they’re running 48 kilohertz, uh, jazz maverick firmware and the acc get a little bit better flight time. But of course, since they’re running 357, there’s no rpm filters so um. But the pitching seems pretty good for something of the size, um, obviously there’s a little bit of jello, because you see as i’m going in and out of the shadows at this park into the sun.

The gel does come out more that’s, not a whole lot going to do about that. Really because it is a whoop, um there’s, a lot of flexibility here in the frame um yeah. You can probably tune it to the nth degree and try and get rid of the the minute vibrations. But i have to say that for the size and uh the conditions and how much light there was, i thought that that amount of jello is acceptable because it is all it’s fairly difficult to get rid of all the jello on something. This tiny for these type of cameras anyway, i think that’s going to do it for this one um yeah i’m, just going to show you the flight footage. Let me know what you guys. Think of this and i’ll talk to you guys in the next one.

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