While I’ve been using the original True-D diversity modules, I have to say that Furious FPV has just made it even better with the True-D V3 after using it for a few days.
Moskito70 is a BNF 70mm micro quadcopter made by Furious FPV. It’s one of the smallest racing drone running brushless motors. In this review we’ll look at the construction, quality and performance.
I am just trying to install the AcroWhoop FC on the Eachine E010 micro quad, so I can bind the Taranis directly with this quad and fly in full Acro mode.
Nuke FC is probably one of the smallest F3 brushed flight controller out there at the moment. It’s tiny yet packed with great features and powerful FETs.
FuriousFPV has recently released a V2 firmware for their True-D diversity module for the Fatshark Dominator FPV Goggles. In this post we will talk about how I flash new firmware on my old module.
I am giving the Dronehaus Mach5 mini quad frame a try. Building this quad with the FuriousFPV Radiance FC and Aikon SEFM 20A ESC’s.
The Radiance FC is a new line of stand-alone flight controller by FuriousFPV, a company that is known for the insane amount of innovation they have been coming up with the last few months.
Tiny Whoop is great, but how about running Betaflight or Cleanflight on it? Now it’s possible and there is more than one option.
The Kombini FC is developed by FuriousFPV. It’s a PDB integrated F3 flight controller.
A new Frsky receiver option for light weight and tiny mini/micro quad builds – the Furious Mini RX! It’s even smaller than XSR!
The Piko BLX flight controller is basically a F3 flight controller that is integrated in a PDB, yet it’s tiny and light weight. The FC is developed by FuriousFPV.
Diversity receiver has been used often in ground stations for FPV, and it’s finally widely available in FPV goggles headsets as well. Today we are testing the Furious True-D Diversity receiver module and compare with the NexWave.