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Old 01-02-2010, 04:13 AM
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I believe I want a coaxial brushless four channel, lipo, outdoor heli with sim plug, training gear, and spare blades. I want to lift 20 grams of camera in a 5 mph wind. Wondering ( 1 ) what two or three I should look at? Presuming heading hold is superior to yaw, ( 2 ) are coaxial helis sophisticated enough to even have heading hold? Thank you Skymaster. I figure I can swap out brushed motors if this is usual. Trying to stay under $300.00 before I buy extra batteries. Ha ha ha ha ha ha. I've got a multimeter and lots of small tools.
Old 01-07-2010, 07:09 PM
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there are some quite nice scale style larger co-ax's that are capable to fly outdoors! not really designed to lift much if anything at all and i have seen NightFlyyer's video on the twin star variant in this category and he kept having the problem on the lower and upper blades striking each other (maybe you can get stiffer blades??)

the heading hold function through the gyro is controlled through the yaw channel and is pretty much on most models nowadays (don't know what you're implying by the 'superior' bit??)

x-heli stock a lot of that kind of heli so i would suggest you browse there and see if you can find something suitable

good hunting

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