Building my own drone was something on my list, and I ordered all the parts needed to build one. After a long wait because they were sent on the slow boat from China, I could finally start the build. The box everything was in was not big at all, but it had everything I needed0
UpAir did the same with the LEDs as DJI did, red in front, green in the back. I have swapped them around… Red is now rear, green is the front. It just makes more sense. Sorry for my horrible Phone camera..
Last Sunday I organised a drone meeting, and this is the footage of it. Never mind the wobbly footage, it was very windy and the UpAir had to work very hard to keep things straight. I have never flown with these kinds of winds before (windforce 3 – 4 )
As you might have read in my previous post I have had a hard landing with the UpAir. No major damage other than a damper that got lost in the grass. But, the UpAir had a minor deviation to the right and I wanted to know why. So i exposed the USB port. And I hooked0
After another motor failure I have repaired the little Hubsan again. Even though this seems to be a big issue on these drones, I can’t stop loving it. It is a great flyer! It’s a pain to open her up every now and then, but when she’s up and running again it’s a great bird0
Even though the UpAir One is a great drone out of the box, there are some ways to get even more fun out of it, and make it even that little bit better. We are able to increase flight times, calibrate compass, change functions from switches, calibrate gimbal and a lot more. The first mod0
I was doing some Christmas shopping at the local discount shop, and I stumbled upon these nice birds. I could not resist… I tried… I really tried…. Uhm, no I didn’t… But since it is a Christmas present, I won’t see it back until Christmas eve, it’s wrapped in a nice paper, and has my0