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  • Compact FPV Pan & Tilt Gimbal for Jet Cockpit

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    Introducing Motionsic B.A.G. (BadAss Gimbal) the most practical FPV mini pan & tilt gimbal to transform any RC warbird or EDF jet into your personal fighter plane.

    Designed for use with DJI FPV Camera/Air Unit, it’s compact, fast, smooth, precise, easy to install, pans 280° to see 360°, easy to adjust camera to scale pilot eye level and dampens vibrations.

    It fits easily under most RC plane canopies 40” wingspan and up. Can also be installed on RC cars, tanks, boats, or copters for use with a head-tracker to give realistic in-cockpit visual experience.

    Check it out @ www.fpvdogfight.com

    Attributes:

    Compact - fits under most RC plane canopies, needs only cylindrical space 40mm diameter, 50mm tall for full movement with the FPV camera

    Easy to install - use included screws and nuts to affix camera and platform to plane in minutes

    Smooth/precise movement - includes 2x all-metal gear, digital, premium ball-bearing servos made by Savox in Taiwan

    Check six for bandits - our custom servos allow the camera to pan 280° to see 360° (with camera field of view) and tilt up to 80°

    Easy to adjust camera height/level to scale pilot eye position by adding/removing foam pads and adjusting the tightness of individual screws on corners of the platform.

    Dampens vibration - foam pads also dampen vibrations from runway or road surfaces to make the visual experience pleasantly smooth.

    UV resistant frame - impregnated with anti-UV polymer so gimbal frame stays robust with prolonged sun exposure.

    Shock resistant - built to withstand minorplane crashes and keep on working!


    Patent pending, Made in Taiwan

    * DJI FPV Air Unit/Camera not included

    example video showing smoothness of movement:



    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/motionsic
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FPVAirCombat
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fpvaircombat/channel/

  • #2
    I see you're 1 and raise you 2!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by rifleman_btx View Post
      I see you're 1 and raise you 2!
      That’s awesome! I always wanted to try the duo setup, but was concerned that the close proximity of two VTX would generate significant interference.

      How is your setup working out? Do you have videos to share?
      YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/motionsic
      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FPVAirCombat
      Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fpvaircombat/channel/

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      • #4
        Not on the f14 yet, but I do on the T28. I use RHCP antenna for the front pilot station and LHCP antenna for the rear RIO stations on both, that actually works very well.
         

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        • #5
          Cool solution to avoid interference with LHCP & RHCP! Thanks! That's perfect for a instructor/student setup. Looking forward to seeing your implementation on the F-14!
          YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/motionsic
          Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FPVAirCombat
          Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fpvaircombat/channel/

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          • #6
            No problem, I figured with all the radio systems being run at the same time in that small of area I needed to try this setup for success. So far so good. The T28 made for a great test platform because I could keep it slow enough if anything happened in flight I could pull the goggles off and return to land. I always fly my systems without any return to home failsafe in the normal field pattern just incase an emergency occurs

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