The design load includes the weight of the camera. Adding weight will increase the load on the motors, props, ESC's and the power system. That will increase the heat generated and will shorten the life of those components, perhaps instantaneously. Bottom line.......not recommended.
Like 1 kg of crack? Lol
Dude mine can lift well over 1 kg with the dji 9450 props and my 8000mah 4s battery.
not crack dude haha, i just want to lift machining part because my project like autonomous drone, its to bring machining part form one station to another station plus with indoor localization system.
thanks for your answer
Sounds like a job for a 520 and not the H.The idea is to rescue a friends H which is stranded over the edge of a cliff. Hikers can't get to it. Helicopter can't be used as too dangerous to risk lives. So, I weighed my H at about 69oz (US) and created a 69oz bag to lift. Couldn't lift it. Voltage dropped critically low before load could be lifted. Haven't found higher capacity batteries but interested in trying that as we were close to lifting the load, just not stable. Would also need to test in the mountains (at altitude), so whole idea might be just a dream.
Or have the H attach a line to the downed drone. Need a pay-out spool loaded with fishing line, a large closable loop on one end, fly down to downed drone, maneuver loop around some part, then fly straight up above cliff level, then back towards you. Then at least you'd have a secured line on it. After that....???Sounds like a job for a 520 and not the H.