I recently bought a new 3D Printer. I ordered it from Gearbest at first but after a month of waiting and it still wasnt shipped i ordered it from Banggood instead and had it in my workshop 5 days later. Amazingly fast.
First thing i did was the remove the painters tape and print directly on the bed with hairspray. Works great.
I thought i would share my basic Cura settings for the printer:
You can buy it Here
Just received this card, it’s always fun to try out weird asian brands. And to my suprise, it is really fast.
38MB/s Write. 86MB/s Read according to Black Magic Disk Speed Tester.
No problem filming 4K 30fps Protune on a GoPro Hero 4 Black Adventure edition as well as doing 4K 30fps 100Mbit on the Sony A7s II using a MicroSD to SD adapter.
So i finally got around to compile a list for budget 250 quad with FPV. Most of the guides available is missing out on small parts that actually costs money, it adds up. I tried to use the only 2 online stores to save money. This is everything you need to get up and running (Hopefully). Some people might question the use of the Openpilot CC3D Flight controller but the latest firmware adds great support for smaller quads. This list is for a total budget quad, if you want a faster & better quad you should check out Oscars awesome blog post here.
Hope this helps you in any way. Consider buying a Mobius HD to show off your new skills 😀
Heat Shrink Tubing
The prices might fluctuate a little as always. Last updated 2015-01-04.
Banana for scale!
- AV Cable
- 7.4v 1000mAh LiPo
- Carry Bag
- Dominator V2 Goggles
- Cleaning Cloth
- Cable connection
Started off with buying a Quanum Nova with a Gimball from HobbyKing before really doing any research. I do alot of photography and i was itching to do aerial footage. This got my hooked on mini quads. After a lot of research, i pulled the trigger on this bad boy. The ZMR250 (A BlackOut clone).
It’s great to have some know how about electronics to build this but it is quite easy to put together. The Naze32 is pretty much plug and play, flies really good with the default pids.
Still havent gotten much luck with getting better weather to try out the Tamron 150-600 for real.
We’ve had 8 hours of sun in total in 2014. :S
Now available for pre-order at Amazon.com. Dont miss out
I’ve been a huge fan of Panasonic’s M43-models for years now, i still own GF3, GH1 & GH3.
4K/UltraHD will be the next video standard for television, no question about it. Yesterday they unleashed this beast of a camera, finally 4K for everyone.
I have collected most of the previews & videos available on the net for future record. This is a ongoing document so i wont post any addition posts about this until i have the camera in hand myself. The specs are pretty impressive. When it comes to photography, its pretty much the same thing as the GH3, so i will focus on the video.
Resolutions: 4096 x 2160 (24p), 3840 x 2160 (24p, 25p, 30p), 1920 x 1080 (24p, 25p, 30p, 50p, 60p), 1280 x 720 (24p, 25p, 30p), 640 x 480 (25p, 30p)
The pre-order & price will be announced on March 17th on Amazon.
We have gotten a glimpse about what the prize will be, Swedish retail prize is set to 14990 SEK (1600 EURO).
Sample images from the pre-production models:
Daniel Berehulak in Kenya http://www.flickr.com/photos/panasonicuk/sets/72157640628943113/
Miyatake in Japan http://www.flickr.com/photos/panasonicuk/sets/72157640629714483/
Panasonics GH4 gallery here