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  1. Brent

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    Got the MC-Case for the Typhoon H in the mail today. I will take some pictures tomorrow.

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  2. Air Pauly

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    got mine too, nice case for the price and oodles of room for stuff.......all I need is the H Pro to put in it now lol
     
  3. Brent

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    I have mine loaded with the H, but not a Pro. It purchased it thinking I would use the soft back pack more, and only use the hard case when flying but getting things in and out of the MC-Case is a breeze and as you said so much room. I was surprised to find a seperate CGO3+ compartment for the camera and gimbal. I don't remember seeing that on the website video.
     
  4. Brandon Lowe

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    Can you take some pictures of your case loaded up? I would like to see the compartments for the gimbal.
     
  5. Brent

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    Here are some pictures. Couple of things to note: The H can fit in with the props on. The CGO3+ foam insert compartment comes out and a larger compartment for a ST12 remains if you have one. I haven't checked to see if a second ST16 would fit in the compartment with the CGO3+ insert removed. There are spaces for six batteries, plus one in the H. The design is well thought out.
     

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  6. BobW55

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    I like that I there is tons of room.
    I don't like that there is little padding around the H. It sits on the landing gear subjecting it to all the shocks and vibration. The foam shell the H comes with cradles the bottom of the aircraft and keeps the gear off the bottom. Unless there is more padding and you removed it for picture clarity.
     
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    Does it come with an extendable handle? Because it doesn't state that on the website.
     
  8. Brent

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    The landing gear does sit directly on foam and you are correct nothing cradles the bottom of the H shell. The piece of foam the H landing gear sits on is a lid to more storage space underneath the H to store another four batteries and charger. So the foam is not in direct contact with the outside of the case. I will say the H sits in the opening very snug.
     
  9. Brent

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    Sure does, but it comes as a separate box and you have to install it. I think it shows the handle on the website, but may not list it in the description.
     
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    I like some things in this case but I really do not like all the space around the H. If some how it got knocked over hard on the top I think those batteries under the H would come lose and may damage something while floating around. I like the gimbal spot but really do not want to remove my gimbal all the time. All the space around the H is what I did not get this case. It does have some cool features though.
     
  11. Gurusonwheels

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    love the case i bought one on release date . manufacture has been more than helpful . nothing but good things to say !
     
  12. Brent

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    Just to clarify, you absolutely don't have to take the gimbal off. It sits in the case just find with the gimbal/camera on. There is an raised area of foam that receives the gimbal if it is kept on so that it is stabilized.
     
  13. JB1

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    How much is it? When I talked to them a few months ago they quoted $120
     
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    Just bough mine.... Very nice and solid case
     
  15. Brent

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    I have to check my receipt, bit I think it was around $418 including shipping. No where near $120.00

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    Mine was 359 euro including shipping
     
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  17. JoergJMueller

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    You can put the Typhoon in with mounted props and mounted camera. I use the case for my Typoon Pro with realsense. Perfect case. There's a lot of space for anything.
     
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  18. Brent

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    Good to hear it fits with the real sense!

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