Flying FPV at night can be the answer to the cold winter with the days growing shorter. Getting bored of flying tiny whoop indoor? Let’s find out which camera is best for low light and night flying :)
The X-Wing Battle drone by Propel does justice to it’s name.
It’s very close to an actual X-Wing – obviously. It’s modified from the movie to fit 4 motors that sit underneath with clear props – but when you see it there is no doubt that it’s indeed an X-Wing.
Have you seen 3D RC Helicopter flying? Do you know that quadcopters can also fly inverted in 3D, by enabling your motors to rotate in both directions? Here SeekNDFPV shows you how he turned his mini quad into a 3D Aerobatics monster.
3D cameras for FPV have been with us for a while but the technology doesn’t seem to have stuck with people yet. Sure, 3D technology is getting popular with movies, so why aren’t people using it for 3D FPV flying?
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.
Runcam sent me their OWL Starlight Camera for review, which is designed for night FPV flying.
“If the planet is 70% water why don’t people fly their quadcopters in the water?”
“Because quadcopters are not water proof ?”
Oh Well, think again.