I’ve always wanted a 3″ toothpick with 1303 motors, and finally someone sells this as a BNF so I don’t have to build it myself :) Enters the NamelessRC Powerstick!
The Eachine Nano VTX has been a great option for micro FPV drones as it weighs only 1.5g. They recently released the V2 new version. Let’s find out what they improved and how much better it is than the V1.
Somewhat inspired by the Umma85/95 cinewhoops, BetaFPV released their own “pusher” BNF (bind-and-fly) drones, the Beta85X V2 and Beta95X V2. Conversion kits are also available for turning your old 85X and 95X into a pusher.
Today I am going to check out a new 20x20mm stack from Zeez – a F7 FC with 4in1 45A ESC which has reserved space for onboard TBS VTX and Crossfire receiver.
This has to be one of the worst products I’ve come across in a while, let’s take a look at what they did wrong. This is the review of Power Management Module for FPV Goggles from URUAV.
Racerstar is back with their truly “All In One” flight controller, the StarF7 6S AIO – an F7 FC with 4in1 ESC on the same board. Although it’s not that special anymore as more manufacturers are making these type of FC, but the “Star” series was one of the first FC that has integrated ESC for 5″ quads.
If you are a member of IntoFPV forum, or a follower of my social media, you have probably learned that DYS went out of business around this time last year.
The Runcam Racer 4 FPV camera is a new FPV camera that works with both analogue and digital FPV systems (DJI). However, there’s some controversy surrounding that, let’s take a look at the specs and features in this post.
BetaFPV just released the V2 of their Naked GoPro case (GoPro Lite) with some great improvements from the original design. Let me walk through the changes in this post.
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The signal bar in DJI’s FPV Goggles is sometimes unreliable, I found bitrate (aka bandwidth) is a much better signal strength indicator. If you use Crossfire, you can also display LQ in OSD although it’s not yet supported.