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The Armattan Marmotte is the culmination of everything that was learned during the design process of all the previous flagship multi-rotors by Armattan. While you may see things that look familiar, nothing is the same. It's way, way better.
When you examine the front-end of the Marmotte, you can immediately see the time and care that went into designing this masterpiece. For starters, the cage maintains an entirely Titanium build to protect your camera. A mini-camera, this time, because who uses a full HS1177-sized camera anymore? Within that are a pair of 1mm aluminum fpv-camera savers. On the off chance that a branch snakes in and wants to crack your lens or case, these are meant to bend first. And if they do get pushed out of place they'll be easier to bend back than your camera is.
Up next is the independent HD-cam angle. That's right, we've brought back the ability to tilt your HD Camera (and the onboard FPV camera) at will. That means you can easily capture some backwards, upside-down flying just like your favorite pilots. The cage braces are crafted from a 10mm titanium block using 6-axis milling specifically so that the bolts that lock in the camera tilt will be easily accessible from any angle. And even better, the milling allows us to fine tune the location and amount of strength that we want; shaving unnecessary grams.
Lastly, we took care not to leave any pilot out. We've lowered the stabilization standoff in the cage to ensure that your camera can get down to minimal tilt for you LR or proximity pilots out there. Think 10 degrees or so. And having HD Cam tilt means you won't have to cut a foam wedge raise the rear, either.
The first thing you'll notice about the carbon is the design. We doubt you've seen something like this on a quad before, and that's because this is space grade carbon fiber. Armattan has joined forces with a supplier that provides Carbon Fiber for space programs. That means this carbon is lighter, stiffer, and stronger than anything you've ever flown before. That'll translate to a simpler tune and a better flight. And we can guarantee that you can only get the real stuff from here. Each year, up to 10 million pounds of carbon fiber is wasted from the space and aeronautics programs in the US alone. Armattan uses some of the wasted materials to make space grade frames.
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