The Q450 is a well thought out 450mm quad frame built from quality materials. The main frame is glass fiber while the arms are constructed from ultra durable polyamide nylon.
Assembly is a breeze with pre-threaded brass sleeves for all of the frame bolts, so no lock-nuts are required. It utilizes one size of bolt for the entire build, making the hardware very easy to keep in order and only requiring one size of hex wrench to assemble.
A great feature of this frame is the large mounting tabs at the front and rear of the main frame bottom plate for mounting cameras or other accessories. This makes for a great way to take aerial video or fly FPV without the need to add any additional mounting brackets.
The Q450 also features colored arms (2 white and 2 red) which are great for orientation. It helps to keep you flying the right direction without the need for different colored props.
We offer a full line of multi-rotor electronics such as multi-rotor control board, ESC & motors. It has never been easier or more affordable to get a quad in the air!
Features: Built from quality glass fiber and polyamide nylon. Pre-threaded brass sleeves for all of the frame bolts. Colored arms for orientation to keep you flying in the right direction. Large mounting tabs on main frame bottom plate for easy camera mounting. Easy assembly.
Specs: Width: 450mm Height: 55mm Weight: 270g (w/out electronics) Motor Mount Bolt Holes: 16/19mm
Required: 4 x 28mm 1000~1200kv (or similar size/kv) 4 x 15~25 Amp ESC 4 x 8x4~10x4.5 Prop (2CW & 2CCW) 1 x HobbyKing Multi-Rotor Control Board 1 x 1500~2200mAh 3s 11.1v Lipoly battery
Well, then I am going for the 11". I am using this frame kit since this is my first build. NTN2830S, NAZAV2, spectrumVX8, knock off 2D Gimbal, GoPro, ****py video transmitter. Buying some antennas right now. Hope it helps with the FPV.
Two of the first NTN2830S 300w motors I purchased have noise after 3 hours in the air. Should purchase some sunnysky motors, but I don't think I am ready yet. Those two motors burned because I had a few wrecks. Still have a q450 frame in a box since the first frame has not broken and they are inexpensive.
Still contemplating about the 1045 or 1145 props. 2200grams atm. Thats a heavy bird. Thinking a new frame is in order. Stay Tuned - Quadcopters are FUN!
This is the V1 without any power distribution in the board. Very easy to assemble, everything except thread lock was included to complete the frame (except for one missing screw). Mine ended up at about 275g. Be careful when tightening the screws, the included hex driver is soft.