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.
BetaFPV took the popular Beta85X, replaced the Turtle camera with the Caddx Tarsier and made the latest Beta85X 4K which is capable of recording up to 4K videos. It’s also now 4S compatible!
After using the Caddx Tarsier 4K camera for a while now, here is what I think. I am going to keep this review brief and go straight to the good and bad things I noticed while using it.
The Phantom Toothpick from GEPRC is an ultralight micro quad featuring a full carbon fibre frame, 16x16mm stack, 1103 motors and Caddx EOS2 camera.
Let’s give your Fatshark goggles a fresh new look this summer with these colourful URUAV straps and foam padding :) I couldn’t resist buying when I saw them. Apparently they also fit the Eachine EV100 according to other reviews.
This week I am testing “toothpicks” from two companies, and I will be making a comparison on which model is better – Happymodel Sailfly and Fullspeed Toothpick.
I built several LiPo dischargers in the past but all are designed to fully discharge batteries, and none have the ability to stop at a certain voltage. The URUAV LiPo Killer is a cheap and smart battery discharger which can do that.
Runcam is dropping yet another new HD camera to the FPV market – The Runcam 5! After testing it a few days now, I really think it has the potential to be BIG! Thanks to Runcam for sending me a prototype unit for the review.
In this ImmersionRC Rapidfire module review, we will go over the features and take a closer look at the build quality. We will also test it against other popular FPV Goggles receiver module for video quality and performance.
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.
The Taranis X9 Lite is something to look out for. It resembles the Taranis X9D-Plus in some way, and yet it’s only a fraction of the cost. Most importantly it comes with Frsky’s latest air protocol – ACCESS.
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.