FPVModel is developing an HD FPV system similar to the Connex Prosight but hopefully cheaper. This HD FPV system would allow you to see high definition video flying FPV, which has better quality than the traditional 5.8GHz analogue system.
The Robotdog RD2205 motor by FPVModel is another budget motor for light weight 5″ builds that require low and mid KV.
The Dragonfly Hurricane 2207 motors from FPVModel are affordable yet feature some of the latest designs in mini quad motors. In this review we will take a close look at the build quality and features.
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.
Anyone who uses Betaflight should be familiar with the Betaflight F3 flight controller. FPVModel has just upgraded it and put a F4 processor in it. In this review we will also check out other changes.
The X-Racer flight controller has just been upgraded to the F4 processor. Let’s take a look at the features of this FC in this review.
Let’s check out the new Betaflight BLHeli_32 ESC – BetaBees! This Betaflight branded BLHeli_32 ESC is a collaboration between FPVModel, Betaflight, Airbot and BLHeli.
Check out the latest Quadrant BLHeli_32 ESC from X-Racer. Many thanks to FPVModel for giving us this opportunity to test these ESC’s.
Seriously, the X-Racer X1 could be the Tiny Whoop killer. In this review we are going to have a look at the micro racing drone that FPVModel spent a long time developing.
Betaflight F3 Flight controller and Quadrant 25A ESC are new products from FPVModel. In this review we will have a look at how they perform on a new mini quad build.
ZMR-X210 features an X design which is currently the most popular mini quad layout. This mini quad frame has nothing like the old ZMR250 and it was created from the ground up.
Ever imagine how much smaller the famous ZMR frame can get? Recenly I received a kit from FPVModel – the ZMR150 micro quad, and it’s dinky!