Rotor Riot finally released their first flight controller, the Riot Control FC! In this review we will check out the board layout, build quality, strength and weakness.
The new Omnibus Fireworks V2 flight controller covers a lot of bases and attempts to meet the many needs from pilots in flight controllers today.
Having trouble connecting flight controller with broken USB port to Betaflight Configurator?Don’t throw away the FC just yet, you might be able to fix it easily and I will show you how.
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 Betaflight F7 flight controller has just arrived! FPVModel fixed a lot of the issues in the Betaflight F4 board, and added many new features and capability in the new FC. In this review we will take a close look at the board.
I have been asked multiple times about the new Holybro Kakute F4 AIO V2, what’s new in the new version, and how to wire up things. So I decided to make a post about it.
Here are some of the best FC (flight controllers) for racing mini quads using Betaflight, KISS and Raceflight firmware, based on their features, spec and user feedback.
Holybro recently released the Kakute F4 V2 FC and TekkoS 4in1 ESC Combo. This is great timing as I am planning to build an ultra light weight racing drone and this might be the perfect option.
Google has recently announced to stop support for all Chrome Apps. This will soon lead to the end of Betaflight configurator, and a few other multirotor related apps on the platform. In this article I will show where to download the standalone Betaflight Configurator.
The Matek F405 CTR flight controller has just been released, which is to replace the Matek F405 AIO with lots of improvement changes. Could the Matek CTR be the next perfect F4 FC? Let’s find out!
After about 2 years, Flyduino finally updated their flight controller the KISS V2 FC, and their ESC the KISS 32A ESC. In this review we will take a look at the new features and improvement over the previous versions, and test them in a mini quad to see how they perform.