My Cinestar with his BABY...

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  1. Marc BRACELET

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    Hello Guys

    I just show you the last born of the family ...
    The POCKET MULTIWII-X, this little gem has been fully realized (except RX) by a little genius who is in Belgium, his name ULIX ...

    The features of the machine are as follows ...

    - Pocket Multiwii-X
    - FC Nano multiwii
    - RX spektrum 0.28gr Sum PPM.
    - Battery LIPO 1S 70mA
    - Propellers 30mm
    - Distance between motor axis 40mm

    TOTAL WEIGHT IN ORDER to flight with LIPO 1S : 7g

    I just let you see the picture of the Baby i also put a video made by the conceptor himself...

    This guy is really an ARTIST and his machine fly very very well....

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    Sony CX730 on Cinestar 3 Axis Gimbal

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    DJI WooKong GPS antenna

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    Pocket Multiwii on a Cinestar boom...
     
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  2. Howard Dapp

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    wow are these for sale??
     
  3. Steve Maller

    Steve Maller UAV Grief Counselor

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  4. Marc BRACELET

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    I know he did some pre-mounted models, he makes himself the Flight Control (design, prog, and micro soldering). If you are interested, I can give you the personal email address of ULIX in PM.

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    Personal USB Charger + Lipo 1S 70mA

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    Photo by ULIX (Pocket Multiwii-X)
     
  5. Andy Johnson-Laird

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    I wonder what regulations the FAA would come up with for this baby?
    Other issues would include: don't let this copter get more than about 10 meters away otherwise you'll never see it!
    But it would be perfect for those boring moments around the dinner table, except if you have a dog or cat.

    Please post any more information regarding the availability of these. You know you want one.....
    Andy.
     
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    Wow this is awesome!
     
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    Tabb, echoing your video with Jeff on the QC micro if you put one of these on each corner I'll bet you can fly a Red Epic :)
     
  8. Marc BRACELET

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    Ah ah Andy, I knew you would like it ... as you say, this is a great stuff at a dinner between Videographers...:p
    I give you the details in PM.
     
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    Hmmm. Quick back of the envelope calculations......I think you'd need about 150 of them....but think of the redundancy....

    Andy.
     
  10. Marc BRACELET

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    Max payload is about 3 or 4g...:D
     
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    An impressive speed test with the "Pocket"...

     
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    Steve Maller UAV Grief Counselor

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    Did you see the Octocopter he did, too? This guy is completely nuts! Love it!
     
  13. Andy Johnson-Laird

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    Hard to know whether to fly it or swat it!
    But it's insane! It's more stable than my Blade mQx and C8! :)

    Andy.
     
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  14. Marc BRACELET

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    Yes, ULIX is a crazy guy, a real genius..the next step will be to arrive at a total flying weight below 5g. :eek:

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    The Pocket Multiwii Receiver...Weight 0,23g The antena is big as a hair
     
  15. Duane Bradley

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    Have we all lined up for one of these yet? Amazing!! My Blade MQx would hit craigslist in a heart beat and I would never miss it! Send me the details. I might be able to help with some Canadian distribution as well if ULIX is interested.

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  16. Andy Johnson-Laird

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    My Quad Pocket is on it's way.... :)
    Email to Vincent Gossuin at gossuinvw@internet.lu (that's Luxembourg) for details.

    Andy.
     
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  18. Marc BRACELET

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    Good Duane, but i don' t think that Ulix, for the moment, want to do a serial production. All these Pocket are "Handmade" and they takes 2 or 3 days of hard working to do one of them :rolleyes: So you'll see with him;)

    The LadyBird Vs. Pocket Multiwii-X

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    Best.

    Marc.
     

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