BBP2 and DISCO Cameras

At CES 2016 Parrot unveiled DISCO a new drone prototype that’s actually a full-blown fixed wing plane similar to the E-Bee sense fly but for end users.
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nakbub
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BBP2 and DISCO Cameras

Post by nakbub » 22 Mar 2018, 15:23

HI...Does anyone know if the Bebop 2 and DISCO use the same cameras?!

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Re: BBP2 and DISCO Cameras

Post by Bobrobot1 » 11 Apr 2018, 22:01

They have the same specs, but I'm not sure if their shape is the same.
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Re: BBP2 and DISCO Cameras

Post by lucas » 31 Aug 2018, 20:59

I have destroyed my camera from the Parrot Disco new edition in a gras field. The nose cone did not help me!!! :twisted: The sizes are in the photo's.
The camera body looks identical to the Bebop2. The ribbon cable has a different shape. But the connector is the same, and positioned in the middle. :P Can someone pass on the sizes of Bobod2 for comparison.
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This because the price of Bobod2 camera is cheaper. This may be a slightly older model??? Which has the same specifications as the new from Disco. Came some one confim this?.. :?:

Numbers on ribbon cable:
A7K210244
PI020656A

GP101D
A1725

Number on lens:
T70906
3222A
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Re: BBP2 and DISCO Cameras

Post by lucas » 01 Sep 2018, 08:29

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Re: BBP2 and DISCO Cameras

Post by stephenb123 » 26 Sep 2018, 14:09

Hi, did you ever find an answer?

I've got the same issue, my Disco's ribbon connector broke but I'm wondering if I can pick up an old bebop for spares and repair to salvage the camera from, or if it really does need to be a disco camera.

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Re: BBP2 and DISCO Cameras

Post by podolsky » 15 Oct 2018, 03:22

Carefully replaced my camera per instructions and charged batteries will not power on CHUCK. Checked everything twice. All ribbons appear to be well seated. At a loss. Any ideas for me?

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