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Any reviews on the Inspire V2.0?

Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by James Cole, Dec 6, 2015.

  1. James Cole

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    Hello Guys...

    Have not seen any reviews on the 2.0 vs 1.0 real world impressions... I know the specs I just want to know if the difference is worth it in real world usage.


    Thanks!
    JC
     
  2. owenrg

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    I'm now getting in the market for an inspire and am wondering if it's worth getting a 2.0. Otherwise I'll buy a used 1.0. Is that dampening board worth it? I realize there are new motors as well, can you retort the new prop locks to v1.0?

    I have a guy selling a v1.0 and just need to know if I should hold off for a 2.0
     
  3. Fanti

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    Yes, and I am very disappointed, again ! It still has a tilted horizon, despite DJIs assurances that it has been fixed. Wobbly arms too. Just unbelievable they can't get their stuff right.

    Other than that, I would say its a little quieter, and a little more stable in some wind.
     
  4. James Cole

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    So its not better than V1? Also is lightbridge more powerful?
     
  5. Fanti

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    No, not better at all. Lightbridge apparently same, but havent tested so cant say yet.
     
  6. James Cole

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    What is the fcc id for your model?
     
  7. Fanti

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    Need to check, but pretty sure its 14...:(
     
  8. Fanti

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    Not worth in my opinion. Buy the used one and save tons of money.