A recent trend in FPV videos has been the use of 360 cameras. Not only they give the user the freedom of capturing any angle without the need to adjust camera angle, it also provides impressive image stabilization to the video.
The GoPro Lite from BetaFPV is basically the GoPro Hero 6 disassembled and put in their light weight carbon fibre/TPU case. Their first batch was only a couple of dozens and it was sold out within hours, I was quick enough to snatch one.
One of the most tricky problems with naked GoPro is how to power them. BetaFPV designed a BEC board entirely just for this purpose, making your life much easier.
The iSDT Q6 Nano is the cheapest and smallest LiPo charger iSDT ever made. I’ve been using their chargers exclusively for over 4 years now without a single problem so I am excited about this one. I will go through the features and compare it to other small LiPo chargers.
The Jumper T18 radio is the upgrade version of the popular T16. They might look similar, but it has several improvements from the previous version. Should you choose the T18 over the very competitive Radiomaster TX16S? Let’s find out!
The BetaFPV LiteRadio 2 is a basic and affordable radio. It has almost everything you need to fly a micro quad, yet with all the unnecessary features removed, making it extremely easy to use. It’s a great little radio that you can take everywhere.
The Beta65X HD is probably the first ever 65mm tiny whoop that’s capable of recording 1080p 60FPS HD videos. Is it as good as it sounds? Let’s find out in this review.
The BetaFPV Nano HD camera is the smallest and lightest HD camera system yet that records 1080p footage! The whole thing weighs less than 7 grams! It’s so small it even fits in 65mm tiny whoops!
If you own 1S LiHV (LiPo) batteries with BT2.0 connectors, you might be interested in this charger by BetaFPV.