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PostSubject: Re: CANNER FPV   Sun 26 Nov 2017 - 23:21

Interesting to add that in these two videos you can hear the effect of different brand/size/shape batteries on the PID's.
The first vid the sound is higher pitched and you can hear/see vibrations, though it flew quite fine.
Second video the quad's sound is better, not as high pitched and less vibrations overall.


First video    : Charsoon 1500mah 50C


Second video: Infinity 1500mah 50C



This means to get the best performance I need to make 2 or more PID profiles, if I want to switch battery size between flights.
Best is to make sure all the batteries I buy are the same size. Which is not easy, cause it differs per brand.

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PostSubject: Re: CANNER FPV   Mon 27 Nov 2017 - 20:37

I watched a video the other day on one of the popular channels,can`t remember who`s and
they said he always uses those infinity 1500`s as he has found them to be the best.

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PostSubject: Re: CANNER FPV   Mon 27 Nov 2017 - 23:57

Probably not Joshua Bardwell, guess he uses more expensive batteries, since he gets so much stuff send to him for testing.
But he was quite positive about these batteries. Can't find the video where he talks about them.
Didn't buy them because of that though, they were simply the cheapest available at Banggood that moment.
Must say I'm very pleased with these Infinity batteries. They are rated 1500Mah, but some batteries have almost 1700Mah in them.
I noticed this after landing a while back, the OSD states the amount of used Mah. Thought it was an error at first, but it wasn't.
And the battery wasn't even completely drained yet, still about 8% left. Surprised
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