Today we are reviewing the GTeng T909 FPV watch with 2″ LCD screen! It’s a really cool gadget with a built-in battery and VRX, providing decent run time and range, all in this tiny package. I have been having fun mounting an FPV watch on my Taranis TX for watching other’s flying and also for testing my FPV setup.
The Frsky Taranis Q X7S is an upgraded “Special” version of the popular Taranis Q X7. In this article we will take a look at the improvements on the QX7S, and help you decide whether the changes are worth the extra cost.
The DYS F4 Pro V2 FC is a new AIO (all in one) flight controller that has been very popular among mini quad builders. In this review we will take a look at the features and some close up photos.
The FuriBee Q6 camera is one of the cheapest HD sports camera that is capable of recording at 4K or 1080p 60fps. In this review we are going to test and find out how good the Furibee Q6 is, and what you can expect from a cheap “4K” camera.
This review is of another entry into the tiny whoop category of quadcopters. An increasingly popular category because they are inexpensive, easy and just fun to fly. This entry from Oversky, like most in this class, is primarily an indoor flyer being too light to fly in much of a breeze.
In this review we are checking out the FuriBee F90 Wasp micro brushed quadcopter, a 90mm small racing drone.
Today we are reviewing the FuriBee VR01 FPV Goggles. Before the details, I’ll give you my bottom line: I love these goggles!
The Awesome Youbi XV-130 is a BNF 3 inch brushless micro FPV racing quadcopter and in this review we will take a look at the quad, do the initial setup, go fly and see how it performs out of the box.
The EMAX RS2205 motors are awesome! From my thrust result they completely destroyed the Cobra motor.
Recently we received this NIHUI U807 RTF (Ready To Fly) quadcopter kit from GearBest. It is a beginner level mini quad featuring VGA camera capable of recording video and taking stills. In this review we will take a look at it’s features.
This product review is written by Garfield (member of our Multicopters International Facebook Group) and edited by Oscar. Many thanks to RC online shop Gearbest for sending us the quadcopter sample.
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The package includes everything you need to begin a great quadcopter flying adventure. You are also given a 4GB SD card and a screw driver, this is a complete ARTF Multirotor.
Received this power distribution board from GearBest. Although not as powerful as the other PDBs I saw earlier, but given the cheap price, it’s good enough for an average quadcopter build. I think it’s useful for someone who use ZTW Spider ESCs, that doesn’t have a BEC. So they can power their FC and radio using this board.