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.
In this article we will compare the best simulators for FPV Drone Racing. Quadcopter simulators have been around for decades, but only recently we’ve begun to see decent options designed specifically for drone racing and FPV freestyle flying, some of which are even free!
It’s time to build another 3″ quad! This time I will be using parts mostly from HGLRC – the first time I am checking out their products.
Holybro released a very small VTX recently, it’s designed specifically for racing drones and micro FPV drones. Let’s find out what’s special about it and how well it performs.
The Runcam Racer Nano FPV camera is basically the Racer 2 in an ultra small form factor. This is designed specifically for micro drones and tiny whoops.
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.
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.
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?
I designed some 3D printed parts for the Martian II mini quad frame. They are not going to make you fly faster, but definitely will make building and repairing more enjoyable!