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!
X-Racer F303 Flight controller is built with the next generation F3 processor, which allows more configuration options and great for multirotors FPV racing. More importantly, it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg!
We recently tested the 2206 2800KV motors from DragonFly, which are designed for mini quads that runs 4″ props, mainly 180 size quadcopter I would assume. I am happy with the thrust results and can’t wait to put them on my next 180 mini quad build.
When talking about FPV racing, the first thing that comes to mind would probably be air gates! FPVModel is one of the few racing equipment suppliers that offers Air Gates, and we are going to test them.
While the 180 mini quad is booming, FPVModel also released their ZMR180 mini quad frame.
Finally I finished building the ZMR250 V2! It’s kind of a rebuild as I simply migrated most of my components from my old ZMR mini quad. However I am using some new FPVModel 2206 motors and DYS SN20A ESCs with this new frame. :-)