If you do go with any go with the DJI's. I picked some off of Ebay and just about crashed my P2 vision plus. very uncontrollable. Or look at wooden ones there is a few threads talking about both CF and wooden Props.Are carbon propellers worth buying for the P3 Pro? Other than the supposed strength is there any other reason? Thank you!
As they all ways say "your mileage may vary".If you browse around the forums you'll see several threads on the topic, that unfortunately won't really answer the question either way. Some say they reduce vibration and noise or increase flight time, others say the opposite. The one thing I do know is that it's an even worse idea to get sliced by them than a regular prop, so be super careful around people (including yourself).
I'm not sure about the glare, but I did paint a set of white props black before buying the DJI CF props. The results looked good and did not change their balance. I was not capable however of painting the silver caps or pinstriping that the DJI CF props have. Short of that, painting or dying is very acceptable. (IMO)Suggest being a cheapskate - spray paint the plastic matte black. Reduces prop glare when flying into the sun.
I've never seen any supports to show that CF work better in wind. Can you provide any information to support this?Actually using a Good Carbon Fiber Props is better than plastic in terms of rigidity.
Using CB for the maneuvering and using the drone in a Windy Situation CB works better. But Functionality they are the same.
Manufacturing of Plastic Props are a lot Cheaper than CF and they works the same, the reason why the stock remain plastic.
hahaha that pic made me laugh! it looks photoshopped, but im sure its not!
there are alot of long range guys flying with non-DJI props, many have reported a few additional minutes of flight time as a result of just the props.They don't change anything other than looks. Even DJI confirms this. However, if you nick one it's more likely to shatter than just become a small nick on the prop.