I wanted to use my Spektrum DX6i radio to control the Blade mQX quadcopter. Here is how to bind DX6i TX to the Blade mQX RX.
You can get both the mQX and the DX6i at Amazon
I just finished building the Century Helicopters NEO 660 hexacopter.
At 660mm it is my largest multirotor yet. It is a very nice airframe, with seemingly high quality components. I will be doing a step by step build video in the near future, but for now enjoy this quick maiden flight video.
It flies nicely… some more tuning of the NAZA flight controller’s GAIN settings will be necessary to really dial in this larger copter. As a testament to how well tempered this hexacopter is, the video shot handheld on an iPhone 5 while I was flying with my other hand. There’s no camera onboard yet as I’m just doing setup test flights right now.
The FlyTron RC IR Shutter Controller allows you to manually trigger a SONY NEX camera to take photos and start/stop video recording remotely with any standard RC TX/RX controller.
Using it couldn’t be any simpler Just plug it into your any of your RX’s AUX channels. Use a 3 position switch to control your camera
UP Position: Photo Shot (hold up for continuous shooting
DOWN Position: Video Start/Stop
Make sure that your camera can see the remote’s LED and that you enable “IR remote” mode from your cameramenu before using this device. You can find the remote control menu under DRIVE MODES of your Nex5.
I bought mine at www.flytron.com
The SONY NEX-5n is a great lightweight mirrorless inter-changable lens camera to fly on multi rotor helicopters.