A few weeks ago I built the Umma85 cinewhoop – a 104g FPV drone carrying the decased GoPro Hero 6. This time I am building a slightly larger version with bigger propellers and Caddx Vista for FPV.
The Crossfire Micro V1 was on sale at half price recently, some of us was right to guess they were preparing for the release of a new product – the Crossfire Micro TX V2 module. Let’s take a look at what’s new.
USB ports on flight controllers can be difficult to access in some frames, such as cinewhoops. Here are some useful USB adapters and cables that might help !
If you are using the BetaFPV F4 AIO 12A/20A FC and can’t find UART6 (TX6, RX6) in the ports tab, here is the answer for you. I had a hard time figuring this out, thought I should share to save people’s time.
The DJI Remote Controller is so well made and nice to use, I could almost make it my daily driver. However it’s missing something that stops it from being my primary radio.
I will show you how to setup and use the DJI FPV system for the first time. This tutorial will cover product activation, installation, wiring, pairing between FPV goggles, Air Unit and Remote controller, and finally the basic operations.
Here is an overview of some of the best Tiny Whoops we have right now in the market. When talking about Tiny Whoops we generally mean those tiny little FPV drones that have ducts around the propellers. They are tons of fun to fly in the house especially on rainy days and winter.
Most people enter the FPV hobby by either learning in simulators or flying a Tiny Whoop. There are two types of whoops, brushed and brushless which could be confusing. In this article I will explain the pros and cons and which one you should get.
The Zeez F7 FC and 60A 4in1 ESC Stack is designed by a new FPV company based in Italy. This is a premium FC stack with some of the highest specs for 4S and 6S FPV drones.
This tutorial explains how to install and setup TBS Crossfire for the TX16S, T18, T16, and the Taranis X9D+. I will show you how to connect Crossfire receiver to flight controller and configure it in Betaflight. The same steps apply to other OpenTX radios.
You can make and upload your custom logo in Betaflight OSD. I will show you how to do it in this tutorial. You can also display your logo whenever you arm your quad.
I found these new DAL Folding Props to be very interesting so I bought a few sets to try. What are the advantages of foldable props, and are they just gonna be another waste of money/time? Let’s find out in this review!