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Thank you as I didn't want to solder the headers on PCB and have to change it. after thanks again for getting back to me.
Hello, I'm just about finished with my build but the Question I have is if I mount the R/C receiver upside down like yours in the picture Channel 1 would be on Channel 6 on the PCB Is this right? oh and it's the same radio as in the description Thank You great build
My dad just turned 100 and living in a condo on his own in England. For his birthday I got him a Alexa and he loves it. Now i also have some ideas, like this project that I could build for him with the few ESP32s i have kicking around. Thanks
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Great project started printing out now Thanks
Hello, Do you have an stl file for the lower box you are using? Found one for the arms and GoPro mount. My PCB came in this week so I'm just putting it all together now. But it's not really a motion-controlled timelapse that you called it (nothing detecting motion) As you said to add motion to time Laps. Still a good project Thanks
Thank you it took about four times doing that and it finally worked Thanks again great project.
Hello I just finished mine today on the pcb from your files and uploaded your sketch and it works great but the flame is upside down! Everything is mounted right to your instruction. so not sure whats wrong. Any way to invert graphics? thanks
Here is a 3D printed stand for display https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3247669
Here Is a 3D printed stand for display https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3247669
I found i had to use Arduino:1.0.5 R2 to upload had the same errors with Arduino : 1.8.5
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Thank You now i can complete project
Great Job I want to make one now could you send me the code Thanks Neil
You never mention your flight controller your using . That also contributes to the stability and agility to the flights..
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