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Prop Dynamics / Tracking

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by lignow, Apr 2, 2015.

  1. lignow

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    Hold the idling bird / prop tips at eye level. If you see two lines, one blade is off kilter. I changed that prop, got it running with less vibration and a smoother sound. I think I will add that to my pre liftoff look at. Maybe the birds and bees will be less offended.
     
  2. msinger

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    That's an interesting prop balancing method :)

    I use the SpeedyTM prop balancer to balancer my props. There are some other good options here though:

    http://www.PhantomHelp.com/#Props
     
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    Maybe I'll try that trick to make it less offensive. The other day I had a swarm of Bees attack my drone. I can see on my video where they attacked me for a few minutes. My props had some bees splattered on them.
     
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