Can the Fatshark Byte Frost HD FPV system challege the highly praised DJI Digital FPV system? While the Byte Frost has some great quality, there are things the DJI does better. In this review we will go through the pros and cons of the Byte Frost and how it comes to the DJI.
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.
The ToolkitRC M6 LiPo Battery Charger is super small, portable and affordable. It also has some cool features that are missing in other popular higher end chargers.
Holybro released a new version of the Kakute F7, the V1.5! In this post we are going to take a look what’s new and whether you should upgrade from the predecessor.
Here are some of the best flight controllers (FC) for mini quads and racing drones running Betaflight, KISS and Raceflight firmware.
Video transmitters (VTX) are devices that transmit video from your drone to the FPV Goggles or ground station. Here are some of the best 5.8Ghz VTX for mini quad / racing drones that I recommend.
There are so many choices for brushless motor out there for mini quad, it’s hard to decide. The “best motor for FPV” doesn’t exist because every motor performs differently. It all comes down to finding the balance, what’s more important to your flying style and budget.
FPV Goggles are an important part of the first-person-view experience. With the growing popularity of drone racing and FPV flying, there is a rapidly growing market for FPV equipment, and as such there are more and more FPV goggles released all the time. This guide is to provide the information you need to make the decision on which one best suits you.
Here is a quick walk though how to build the Eachine Tyro69 Toothpick Micro Quad, and some thoughts after flying it a few times. The Tyro69 is probably the cheapest DIY FPV drone kit you can get on Banggood.
This article features some of the best FPV cameras, you choice can massively affect your flying experience. Factors including wide dynamic range, latency, FOV, all determine how well you can see obstacles and how fast you can react to avoid a crash.