#QuadGoals: Upsidedown FPV

We head to Germany for this week’s #QuadGoals feature, where pilot Niklas Solle, better known as Upsidedown FPV, shares the details of his go-to quad — and shows us some of the work the quad has done.

“This is the quad I use for all my commercial filming – my ‘workhorse.’
Just an all-around great quad that ticks all the boxes for my needs. May it be the super stiff and durable ImpulseRC Apex Frame, the powerful T-Motors that are smooth but at the same time provide enough power to keep up with any type of fast moving vehicles, or the Crossfire system that gives me a reliable control-link wherever I want to fly. I could go on and on for all parts of this build.
The story is that this quad has developed over the past year to what it is now, also because technology has developed so much. It has gone through different types of powertrain setups, got an upgrade from analog to digital video and also went from another frame to this super tidy and clean Apex HD frame. The only parts that haven’t changed are the FC, the Crossfire System and the Tattu Batteries. The video has been flown with all various stages this quad has been through, with some clips being flown with the latest (and probably final) version of it. Also a big thanks to my sponsors FETtec, Team Blacksheep, HQ Props, Tattu Batteries, RunCam and T-Motor for providing me the best parts to build this beast.”

Drone pilotUpsidedown FPV

Video filmed with this quadrevomotion media – Highlight Reel


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#QuadGoals: carterfilmz

This week’s #QuadGoals guest is Carter Hansen, aka carterfilmz. Carter has taken his FPV game to new levels with a dedication to cinematic FPV videos. He’s also friends with former #QuadGoals featured pilot nikofilmz, and the two often fly together in Colorado . Hear about the quad Carter uses to capture his footage:

“When I decided to quit racing and focus solely on cinematic FPV, I knew I needed a drone specifically for that purpose. The key things I wanted in the build were longer flight times, better camera mounting and of course a much needed proper long range system. This was the result. For the last year and a half I have been flying the same components without a hitch, with only minor tweaks along the way. She’s flown everything from California coasts to Colorado 14ers, not to mention countless formation flights with @nikofilmz . To this day she’s yet to let me down.”

Drone pilot: carterfilmz

Video filmed with this quadRocky Mountain High: A Summer In Colorado


Build Specs:
Frame – Speedy Bee 5″