The Aomway Commander V2 FPV goggles are now available for pre-order. This goggle has similar spec and price to the Dominator HD3. In this article we will take a look at the features and specifications, to see how it compares to the previous V1 and the Fatshark HD3.
I use 18650 batteries daily and the iSDT C4 battery charger has been great. Despite the fact that you can only charge 2 Li-Ion cells at once, the wide variety of battery types it supports and useful features, make up for the limitation.
Onboard DVR is a way to record FPV videos in the best possible quality without all the signal interference from your VTX, by installing a DVR in your mini quad or any RC model really.
I bought the Eachine E013 micro quadcopter for a friend who wants to get into FPV flying, and I thought it might be a good idea to give it a go myself and do a mini review. :) So here we go!
The TattooF4S from Racerstar is an AIO FC that not only has integrated PDB, but also combines ESC’s on one single board! I am very excited about the idea because it can truly clean up the wiring and make your mini quad much easier to build.
The Tattu 2S 2500mAh LiPo battery is designed to be used on Fatshark FPV goggles. In this review we will take a close look and test its performance.
I recently spotted the F210TX mini quad frame on BG, I thought it was a really cool design and immediately got two of them for testing. Oh boy, It was disappointing! In this review I will explain why you should not buy it!
The Eachine Pro58 diversity module is designed for Fatshark FPV Goggles, and it’s only $26! With the custom Achilles Plus firmware, how does this module compare to other high end diversity options in the FPV market?
Let’s check out the Caddx Turbo SDR1 FPV camera, a CMOS Mini/Micro size FPV camera that is designed specifically for drone racing.
iSDT, the company that makes my favorite LiPo charger, the SC-620, recently released a very fancy battery checker, the BG-8S. I decided to get one and see what’s special about it.
The ES120 electric screw driver is from the same company that makes the ever popular TS100 soldering iron. In this review we will take a close look at the ES120 and discover how it works.
The TS100 soldering iron is one of the best tool I’ve owned for building and repairing quadcopters. It can be powered by a LiPo battery as well as a power supply. It’s small and lightweight, and extremely portable. I will go though the features in this review and explain why this solder iron is so good.