Here are a ton of tips and tricks on building, maintaining and flying mini quad (aka FPV racing drones). Some of which also apply to RC models in general.
Some people love listening to motor noise during flight because it makes them feel more connected to the quadcopter. This tutorial will explain the different ways of getting audio for FPV, and discuss other benefits of doing so.
Quadcopters aren’t the most efficient aircraft compared to planes and fixed wings, therefore they tend to have relatively shorter flight time. I will explain the many factors that affect flight time on a drone, and how to keep you in the air for longer.
This tutorial explains the differences between RC Rate, Expo, Super Rate, as well as Throttle Expo and Throttle Mid, how these settings affect the performance of a quadcopter, and some tips on how to set them up.
In this article we provide advice on how to choose hardware for an FPV setup, some useful tips about flying FPV and explain both basic, and advanced configurations of FPV systems.
The commonly known helicopter has one motor, while multicopter is an unique kind of aircraft that is equipped with two or more motors. In this post we will introduce you to some popular types of multirotor, and explore the pros and cons of these configurations.
I travel to many remote places with my quadcopters and bike, so I have always been using backpack to carry my RC stuff. In this article we will look at 2 excellent options that are great for multirotor users – the Multistar Premium Travel Backpack and BagoBago Backpack.
This time we are building a micro quad using MultiFlite’s Nano-B flight controller, and the Polycarbonate micro frame from Team JollyRC. I love the stackable modules, and this brushed FC can run RGB LED and buzzer.
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.