Apart from drone specific usage, this "All features" board can be a good starting point, if a Arduino bootloader can be flashed.
Knowing the cost is 10 to 12$, it is really worth the investment in a Arduino environment.
Is it feasable ?
Thanks for answers,
Guy from Paris
This "Acro" version is the same as the full Naze32 board except the full version comes with the MS5611 barometer and a magnetometer.
STM32F103CBT6 32-bit ARM Cortex M3 processor (72MHz, 3.3V)
Invensense MPU6500 MEMS accelerometer + gyro
Built-in Micro-USB for programming/firmware update
36x36mm size, ~5 gram weight w/o headers
Made in JAPAN
Shipping with 16V input capable voltage regulators
These come with pin headers (straight and right angle options), NOT soldered to the board.
Naze32 rev6 Features:
USB on right side
PPM/PWM input as through-hole
3.3V, I2C on standard-size headers
Fully pinout compatible with rev5 accessories (OSDoge etc)
Sonar pads w/resistors added for direct connection to 5V sonar
All extra pads (FT, GP, A5) on top, only sonar on bottom
36x36 mm (30.5mm Mounting)
5.3 grams (no headers, 7.3 grams with)
2000 degrees/second 3-axis MEMS gyro + accelerometer (MPU6500)
Input voltage: Max 16V on input rail and up to 35V 6s on the voltage sense line