There are many transmitter options available for mini quads. While many would recommend a high end transmitter, beginners might choose to save a bit of cash on selecting a TX. This is completely understandable when you don’t know if the hobby is really for you, and this is where the FlySky range comes in.
In this tutorial I will show you a few tips about soldering. Getting good at soldering takes some practice, but it’s going to be one of the most useful skills you’ll learn in this hobby. Your soldering quality also determines how reliable your mini quad and RC plane builds are going to be.
In this post I will show you what soldering iron, solder, and soldering related tools I use. And I will explain why I recommend these products how it makes soldering and building quadcopters easier.
Many FPV devices require an SD card to work. In this guide I will recommend what micro SD cards to buy for GoPro cameras, Fatshark DVR, Taranis radio, as well as DJI drones. I will also explain the speed class letters on SD card labels.
Just a quick post to document the differences between 30-Core and 60-Core servo cables.
It’s frustrating, but not uncommon that quadcopter flips over when trying to take off. Usually, the issue is due to wrong configuration or faulty parts. In this guide I will help you troubleshoot the problem.
This tutorial explains how to setup the R9M TX module and R9 Mini receiver in Betaflight. The R9M is a long range module that operates on 900MHz band. It’s compatible with most Frsky’s radios including the Taranis X9D-Plus, QX7 and Horus X10.
Buzzers with built-in battery can help locate your crashed RC model even after the main battery is ejected or dead. We will compare a few popular options to find out which is the best for you.
In this post we will discuss the differences in frequency bands for FPV. You may want to choose one over the others due to factors such as range, cost, antenna size and regulations. There is no “best” frequency, only the one that works for your particular case.
If your quadcopter is too powerful, you can reduce power or the maximum throttle so you can fly more comfortably. This is very useful for people flying indoor, or racers flying very technical tracks. Read More
Here is a list of useful and essential tools for building FPV wings and planes: including the many types of glue and tape, materials and spares parts. Some of the stuff are not necessary but will make building and flying wings much easier, enjoyable and reliable.
There are many ways to launch an FPV wing, all with the same goal: to send the aircraft in the air without crashing. In this simple and basic tutorial I will explain my preferred method of launching and landing an FPV wing.