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SWH250 Bush Hunter Quadcopter   250 class FPV mini quad

SWH250 Bush Hunter Quadcopter 250 class FPV mini quad

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The SWH250 Bush Hunter Quadcopter kit is a standalone frame, allowing you to build the GoPro carrying monster without having to pay extra for the bit you won’t use from the racing frame kit.

The SWH250 Bush Hunter Quadcopter modifies the original V3 frame to bring these exciting additional features:

  • Full protection for not only a GoPro™ size action camera but your FPV camera as well
  • 3D printed spacers in the belly section to allow for centrally mounted ESCs
  • 3D printed skids to protect the underside of the frame on landing
  • Lower main frame height for better weight distribution and more responsive handling

Product Description

Designed by Skunkworx Hobbies, the SWH250 Bush Hunter Quadcopter is a GoPro™ carrying monster with all the unique features of the original SWH250 racing frame.

The SWH250 Bush Hunter Quadcopter modifies the original V3 frame to bring these exciting additional features:

  • Full protection for not only a GoPro™ size action camera but your FPV camera as well.
  • 3D printed spacers in the belly section to allow for centrally mounted ESCs.
  • 3D printed skids to protect the underside of the frame on landing.
  • Lower main frame height for better weight distribution and more responsive handling.

 

Specifications – SWH250 Bush Hunter Quadcopter

  • SWH250 Bush Hunter Quadcopter V3
  • Material: 1.5mm & 3mm G10 Fiberglass, Taiwan Matte Carbon Fiber
  • Wheelbase: 250mm
  • Weight: 165g
  • Hardware: Black Nylon and Steel
  • Motor mounts: “Keyhole” M2 & M3 mounting patterns to suit most common mini quad motors
  • Flight Controller: Optimised for Naze32 and CC3D size boards
  • Flight Camera: To suit 33mm board camera or cased micro camera
  • HD Recording Camera: To suit GoPro™ style cameras

Please note. If running 6 inch props they do pass under the “cheeks” of the GoPro™ cage top plate. This does not endanger the camera or frame and we have had no reports that it impacts performance.

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