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Postby Kanomtom » 08 Aug 2012 19:08

I'm interesting to build the quadcopter. But really have no idea where to start, I saw many Ace here, would you mind to give me some idea for the new comer?
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Re: Newbie

Postby LenzGr » 07 Sep 2012 09:33

Welcome! It would probably help to learn more about your goals first. What kind of quadrocopter would you like to have? Are you interested in doing aerobatics or do you want to have a stable platform that could carry a camera, for example? How much experience do you have with remote controlled flying objects? What's the budget? Do you feel comfortable with building one on your own or would you rather start with a ready-to-fly model? There is no single source of information, but if you would like to learn some basics, I gave a presentation on this topic some time ago:

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Re: Newbie

Postby Kitesurfjerry » 28 Jan 2013 01:11

Hi, I'm also a newbie and I have already built a Quad with a MicroWii and had some difficulty trying to set it up. One of the questions is how do you set up or how do you switch from ACRO-mode to STABLE-mode. Since I'm learning I have no clue as to what's the best set up. Can someone please help me?

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Re: Newbie

Postby FireN » 02 Feb 2013 01:01

You have to program a switch in multiwii gui, i think it´s called "horizon" in the newest software, then calibrate it and switch it on :)

For further instructions better use another forum, like "rcgroups"

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Re: Newbie

Postby waleed111 » 07 Mar 2015 06:29

how do you set up or how do you switch from ACRO-mode to STABLE-mode. Since I'm learning I have no clue as to what's the best set up. Can someone please help me?
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Re: Newbie

Postby Sophia Scott » 16 Oct 2015 08:25

Hello, i'm new here :D and i want to buy a gift to my husband...i thought to this: ... uadcopter/ ...but I'm not good at these. Can someone help me?
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Re: Newbie

Postby absolutebeginner » 20 Oct 2015 12:46

Hello Sophia!

Sophia Scott wrote:i want to buy a gift to my husband..

Nice idea, my very first qaudrocopter also was a gift from my wife :)

Sophia Scott wrote:...i thought to this: xk-stunt-x350-

I don't know this exact model, but it seems to be a good beginners rtf (ready to fly) copter.
So, if your husband is a beginner in copter flying, your have chosen an appropriate quadrocopter.

To advice you more, you have to tell bit more details:
- is it the very first copter for your husband
- do you want to have something ready to fly out of the box, or maybe something to build a copter by yourself
(in this case, I can recommend from own experience:
- are you looking for more than just a "little flyer" (maybe you want to carry a camera for doing films)
- how much do you want to spend

I hope, my answer at least helps a bit

PS my first rtf quadorcopter (still in use) was this one:
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