Inductrix Quadcopter & Transmitter
Drones come in a variety of shapes and sizes. In general, when drones need to carry more payload, they need to generate additional lift, and they can accomplish that in a number of ways. However, the most standard method is to increase the number of propellers. A quadcopter becomes a hexacopter or even an octocopter. Of course, more propellers and motors mean more power use. The drone will be heavier, require bigger batteries, and suffer negative effects from more turbulent air.
Micro FPV All-in-One Camera
Works with your existing FPV headset
It's amazing how small cameras can get! Some cameras come fully integrated with a wireless transmitter, which is fully compatible with 5.8 Ghz receivers (FatShark, Hobby King, and other brands all work).
These cameras are usually plug-and-play too... just give them power and you're ready to start flying!
Once the motors have been swapped out (no soldering required), try test-flying the drone. It will be very responsive and strong enough to carry a payload. You can buy a fully-integrated FPV camera and transmitter that’s compatible with your existing receiver and headset. The FPV system can be glued directly to the Inductrix and power cables soldered to the battery leads on the Inductrix’s board. Again, instructions are available at diydronebook.com.
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