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Cinestar X4 RED edition - Maiden flight

Discussion in 'Drone Vendor Announcements and Support' started by krleas, Jan 18, 2013.

  1. krleas

    krleas FPV Freak

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    Posted by krleas, Jan 18, 2013 #1
    This is Maiden flight of cinestar X4 with KW10 motors.
    Save payload up to 7kg.

    Cinestar gimbal with some improvments (closeup pictures coming soon), radian stabilization.
    We had only GH3 at Kopterworx, so we put it in.

    Fligt time with red arround 13-15 min with 4 akus arround 20 min.



    Next video will be with Red Scarlet.
     
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  2. Steve Townsend

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    Posted by Steve Townsend, Jan 18, 2013 #2
    The Red time is estimated at 13-15 and the 20mins is with the GH3?? And with what batteries?
     
  3. Tomstoy2

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    Posted by Tomstoy2, Jan 18, 2013 #3
    Damn, Krleas, I froze my nuts off just watching that!

    Congrats! She performed excellent for a maiden! Vid was so stable.
     
  4. krleas

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    Posted by krleas, Jan 18, 2013 #4
    2x 5s 10.000 gensace
     
  5. Posted by Benjamin Rowland, Jan 18, 2013 #5
    Awesome job. Looking forward to photos of the details.
     
  6. krleas

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    Posted by krleas, Jan 18, 2013 #6

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  7. Pedro nunez

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    Posted by Pedro nunez, Jan 19, 2013 #7
    Really Nice setup! With this jobs you show your big experience with Mr's!!!

    I'd love to own one, congratulations!!

    Pedro N
     
  8. anaka

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    Posted by anaka, Jan 19, 2013 #8
    very interesting! keep it comin!
     
  9. Posted by Benjamin Rowland, Jan 19, 2013 #9
    Same props top and bottom?
     
  10. krleas

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    Posted by krleas, Jan 19, 2013 #10
    Same props.
     
  11. Posted by Benjamin Rowland, Jan 19, 2013 #11
    Is that the preferred setup for the Wookong?
     
  12. MontanaKyle

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    Posted by MontanaKyle, Jan 20, 2013 #12
    Very cool. So why go with the coaxial prop setup over a normal Octo configuration? What benefits do you see from this configuration?
     
  13. krleas

    krleas FPV Freak

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    Posted by krleas, Jan 21, 2013 #13
    More stable, smaller, u can use our heavy duty motors with 16 inch props. Tell me how big must be okto for 16 inch, this ones go to box 80x80x50 cm.
     
  14. krleas

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    Posted by krleas, Jan 21, 2013 #14
    With DJI we using only coaxial systems. And u know how muxh can this baby lift.
    https://vimeo.com/53019192
     
  15. Tuukkuli

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    Posted by Tuukkuli, Feb 5, 2013 #15
    I would like to have the coaxial system like in this thread because I fly Wookong. Do you have the necessary parts for that in your web shop in the future? Is Cinestar-6 the frame the mod is based on? Thanks.
     
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  16. Kilby

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    Posted by Kilby, Feb 5, 2013 #16
    I would assume the CS8 frame plate is the basis of this build. CS6 would be used to make a Y6 config like this. 90 degree vs 120 degrees.
     
  17. Posted by Benjamin Rowland, Feb 5, 2013 #17
    Do you sell coaxial mounts for the Cinestar? Thanks!
    -Ben
     
  18. krleas

    krleas FPV Freak

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    Posted by krleas, Feb 6, 2013 #18
    Send us please on email, its simple trick how to use normal ones. I will send u some pictures.
     
  19. Posted by Benjamin Rowland, Feb 7, 2013 #19
    Sending you an email in the next 5 minutes. Thanks!
     
  20. rosati58

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    Posted by rosati58, May 1, 2013 #20
    Great, what propellers ...?
     
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