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Old 10-30-2016, 09:25 PM   #1
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Cool Fire 104 micro FPV racer (my replacement for the Blade Nano QX FPV)

Halloa people

a few weeks back, I came across this Great (IMHO) looking new micro FPV racer.. I really like it's purpose driven design.. Quite smart I think...

Link to this quadcopter: Fire 104 with Naze32 and DSM2

So far I have flown the Blade Nano QX FPV quite a lot indoors, but this Fire 104 is definately going to replace it.. Completely tunable.. better FPV camera..

Here is my show & tell about the Fire 104, with test-flight And a FPV recoring:

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Wheelbase: 104mm
Weight: 37g (not included battery)
Propellers: 55mm
Flight controller: NAZE32 (Open source CleanFlight/BaseFlight)
Motor: 8520 Brush Motor
Built-in Receiver: Compatible with DSM2 7CH
ESC: Built-in Brush ESC
AV Wireless Transmitter: 5.8G 16CH 200mw
Transmission Distance: 500-800m
Camera: 650TVL 170 CCD 720X576
Batterry: 3.7V 700mah 25C Lipo battery
Flight time: about 8 minutes
Quite a number of planes | Some boats
A few cars and some transmitters
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