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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Discussion' started by Petereesha, Sep 1, 2014.
Anyone know anything about these?
http://www.banggood.com/DJI-Phantom-2-V ... 43086.html
newbie question probably, but what would be the advantages of such a setup?
Also, how do you balance these? they seem to have moving parts, or am i not looking at it right?
Apparently they alter the whole aerodynamics and stability of the Phantom including increase chance of VRS and more surface area to be affected by winds. I have never heard of any postive reports of them only negative. If DJI thought 3 was better I guess thats what they would have done. I would stay away from them if it was me.
Newbie not....over 150 flights with P2V, P2V+, FC40, original Phantom and numerous quads micro and slightly larger. The reason I ask is they are "foldable" & CF much like the S900 that I will be picking up on 9/12 from Intelligent UAS in Maryland. 3 blades are reported to give more lift on the QAV250 at the expense of flight time (currently building one)so I'm always looking at new innovation.
I think that 3 blades are too difficult to balance, the phantom it's a quad made out of the box, so any can fly!!! adding a three blade prop limits "any can fly" to "any aeromodelist can fly".
http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/questio ... props.html
I think 2 blades are better that one beacuse it's more easy to balance, but my bixler has a 3 blade prop and it's a rocket!!!!! I lose 3 hours balancing the prop.