The BetaFPV HX115 is a 3″ light weight ripper that can be powered by 3S and 4S batteries. The HD version is equipped with a Runcam Split Nano, capable of shooting 1080p 60FPS footage.
The Anti-fog fan in Fatshark’s FPV goggles is primitive, so I decided to upgrade mine. You’d be able to switch on and off the fan whenever you want, and it supports higher voltage input and adjustable fan speed.
In case you don’t already know, I am finally on Patreon and you can now support me there.
When I was wondering why Jumper took down the product page for the T16, I discovered they are about to release a new radio – the Jumper T16 Pro.
I tested the most popular nano cameras on the market: Nano 2 and Racer Nano from Runcam, Predator 4 Nano from Foxeer, Kangaroo and EOS2 from Caddx. Let’s compare their price, specs and performance in both day and low light to find out which is the best Nano FPV camera.
This article aims to help you get into the ultralight micro quads (aka Toothpick). There are pre-built models and you can also build your own. I will explain how to choose the right components and setup, and give you some tips and accessories that might make life easier.
Here are the pre-built toothpick (ultra-light micro quad) that I have tested so far. I will sum up the good and bad about these quads in this short article, if you want to learn more about each model, feel free to check out the full reviews.
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.