This article is an in-depth look at the current consumer drones that DJI has to offer. DJI drones are indisputably the top choice when it comes to aerial cinematography. DJI is the largest drone company and they make solid products that are packed with features to make your flying experience as easy as possible.
Flying FPV with the awesome HD video feed from your DJI Digital FPV System is great, but you can improve experience even further with some accessories! Here are a few upgrades you might want to get for your DJI FPV Goggles and Air Units.
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This is a review of the Veyron 3 Cinewhoop from HGLRC. I will take a close look at the quad and point out the good and bad. Finally I will show you how to set up this FPV drone for first flight.
The 20x20mm HGLRC Zeus35 has FC, PDB and ESC all integrated into one single board. This powerful little FC is designed with 2″, 3″, 4″ and even 5″ FPV drones in mind, but can one flight controller rule it all?
The DJI Digital FPV System consists of: Air Unit, FPV Goggles and the optional DJI radio controller. I will skip all the specs and basic stuff which you can look up on the manual, and get straight into the user experience side of things.
The number of flight controllers (FC) for FPV drones can be overwhelming for beginners. This guide explains all the features and differences, and highlights important factors to consider when choosing a mini quad FC.
The Runcam Nano 3 is by far the lightest nano FPV camera that performs decently, the performance is exceptional given its 1 gram weight! Is this the perfect FPV camera for ultralight tiny whoops and toothpick builds? Let’s find out!
Runcam is the maker of the little TX200U VTX, and they just released an even smaller VTX the TX100! This nano VTX is only 14x14mm and weighs 0.9g, possibly one of the smallest VTX on the FPV market.
Frsky recently released a new firmware, “ACCST D16 2.X.X”, for their transmitter modules and receivers. However there are some downsides if you flash ACCST 2.0, one of which is that all of your tiny whoops and micro quads with 3rd party Frsky-compatible receivers will stop working with your radio.
The Mini Immortal T Antenna is now available for TBS Crossfire receivers. These antennas are super tiny and should be great for micro quads such as Tiny whoops and “Toothpicks”. Let’s compare its performance to the Immortal T V2.