Now I know why Fatshark wouldn’t upgrade their built-in DVR, because they wanted you to buy the better DVR separately :D Joke aside, we will check out this PowerPlay DVR from ImmersionRC, a new gadget designed for for FPV Goggles.
Runcam is releasing a new FPV camera, the Phoenix Oscar Edition which I helped develop. This is a micro camera with full size M12 lens designed for day time flying.
If you are a long time Frsky user, you probably recognize the word “ACCST” printed at the bottom left of the Taranis display. ACCST is a TX protocol and it will be soon be replaced by a new protocol – ACCESS.
Frsky announced their next radio – the Horus X11. It’s going to be the new platform for their newly developed dual frequency band Tandem system.
If you are looking for a clean LED solution for your quadcopter, check out these motor wire LED boards. These are basically LED’s that are built on top of race wires, and the brightness changes with throttle level.
Members at IntoFPV are huge fans of Game of Thrones, including myself. The final season is coming next week, what’s better than making a T-shirt to celebrate?
Matek posted something interesting today – a demonstration of a possible new ESC protocol, Serialshot! It’s going to completely change how your ESC is wired to the flight controller.
FuriousFPV released a teaser video on a new product: the True-D X module for the Fatshark FPV goggles. They hinted the “True-D X” would have better hardware, software and overall performance compared to the True-D 3.8.
I know we have been hearing this too many times, but are the ORQA FPV.ONE Goggles going to be the Fatshark killer? The FPV.ONE is a premium goggles with OLED screens and even more superior specs than the mighty Fatshark HDO.
What is PoPo Quick Swap System? PoPo stands for Pop On Pop Off. The PoPo Quick Swap System is a motor shaft design that aims to make changing out propellers faster and more efficient.
You are probably still using F3 FC, did you know that our BLHeli ESC are going to use F3 processor too?! Around 2016, ESC’s started upgrading from 8-bit to 32-bit with the F0 processor, and it’s just become the standard in the ESC market today. And now they are upgrading again, to the faster F3. But are we even surprised? :D