Christmas is coming and quadcopter (aka RC drone) is a great idea as a present for your geeky friends and family members! This article is written for those who don’t know much about drones, but want to buy one as a present. I will explain the important considerations and provide you with some recommendations in 2018.
Here is an overview of some of the best Tiny Whoops we have right now in the market. When talking about Tiny Whoops we generally mean those tiny little FPV drones that have ducts around the propellers. They are tons of fun to fly in the house especially on rainy days and winter.
The Hive_16 from Newbeedrone is a 16x16mm all-in-one stack including FC, RX, VTX and ESC. It’s probably the smallest complete package you can get for an FPV drone right now!
In this post, I will be reviewing and building the Ummagawd Acrobrat 3″ micro frame from Rotor Riot, with the latest Runcam split Mini V2 camera.
In this review we will check out the iH3 micro quad – an RTF drone (pre-built) with a Runcam Split Mini HD camera. The Split Mini records 1080p HD footage, and can be used as the FPV camera at the same time.
The Diatone GT-M3 is a 3″ Micro Quad in a stretch X frame. It’s a PNP model which means it comes pre-built pretty much with everything you need but a radio receiver. In this review we will take a close look and I will show you how to set it up and how it performs in the air.
2.5″ Micro Quad is getting more popular and I am checking out some pre-built options. The iFlight Razor X125 is a PNP quadcopter designed specifically for 2.5″ propellers. Let me show you the good things about this quad and the things that aren’t that good.
The Flyfox 120 frame is a light weight, compact and minimalist micro quadcopter frame for 3″ and 2.5″ props. In this review we will take a look at the quality, and build it to see if it’s any good.
I bought the Eachine E013 micro quadcopter for a friend who wants to get into FPV flying, and I thought it might be a good idea to give it a go myself and do a mini review. :) So here we go!
The GT-R90 is a micro racing drone from Diatone that uses 2″ propellers and supports 3S and 4S LiPo batteries. In this review we will check out its features and performance.
The BWhoop B06 micro quad is made by BoldClash. Similar to the famous Tiny Whoop, all the propellers are protected by ducts on the BWhoop so you don’t need to worry about crashing, but it’s bigger and more powerful.
This micro quad thing is getting out of hand and the community keeps breaking the records in “the smallest micro quad”. Winter is coming, and we all need a micro drone to fly indoor, and I think it’s time to build one for myself!