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How to Remove Header Pins off a Naze32

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 Here’s the best way I found to remove header pins from a Naze32 or any other header pins off a circuit board.  I’ve destroyed 2 Naze32 boards and a D4R-ii until I figure this out.  If you try to remove the header pins intact by trying to remove the solder by wicking or manually removing the solder, your chance of …

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Xiaomi Yi Camera Review: Xiaomi vs GoPro

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  Xiaomi Yi Action Camera Review After I smashed my Mobius camera in a crash I started doing research for a new camera.  I have a GoPro but I don’t trust my skills enough right now to put a $400 on my quadcopter.  I want a camera that has good image quality and under $200. Enter the Xiaomi Yi Action Camera …

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ImmersionRC Vortex Preview

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 The ImmersionRC Vortex is going to be the DJI Phantom of the FPV quadcopter racing world.  ImmersionRC is mostly known for their 600mw video transmitter but now they are building ARF (Almost Ready to Fly) quads.  The reason the Phantoms fly so well is that they are all built the same so they are factory tuned to fly great.  This is …

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Drone’s Eye View

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 I’m blown away on a daily basis by what strapping a camera on a multicopter can do.  They show you a brand new perspective on what’s happening around you everyday.  It’s the closest thing to being able to fly as I’ll ever get in my lifetime.  Here are some videos that show what a multicopter, a camera and some balls …

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HOVERSHIP ZUUL RACEHOUND REVIEW | PART 3: Flying

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 The weather hasn’t been cooperating here so I haven’t had a lot of time to fly but after putting about 20 batteries through Hovership’s ZUUL Racehound I can say this thing kicks ass. I think most quad frames if tuned correctly will fly very similar from one brand to another so we will focus more on features, durability and build. Durability …

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Are your screws loose? Check your motors.

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 The first thing you should do when you get new motors for your quadcopter is to check to see if the manufacture put thread lock on the set screws holding it to the motor shaft. I noticed my QAV250 quad was flying really strange.  It was having a hard time flying in a straight line without random yaw drifts.  Anytime …

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Quadcopter Basics

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 When I first wanted to get into quadcopters I had no clue where to start.  I have a degree in electronics engineering but all this talk of kv, PIDs, flight controllers sounded alien to me.  There is a big learning curve when you start so here is a simple breakdown of the basic parts of a quadcopter to get you …