This post explains how I built my FPV display, a great tool for bench testing, and it lets others watch your flying in the field. This project requires 3D printing, some cheap components and basic soldering skills.
This article lists the popular components and setups for 3″ toothpick micro drones, pre-built models, and tips that improve performance and experience.
You can change Betaflight and VTX settings via LUA script remotely from your Jumper T16 radio. In this guide I will show you how to set it up.
sThe latest BLHeli_S firmware allows 48KHz and it reportedly gives you up to 50% more flight time on micro quads without downside! Interested? This post explains what 48KHz is and how to enable it.
Flying FPV in the winter can be hard on RC pilots and models. Low temperatures can even lead to such profanity as “Nice weather for flying, but it’s too cold to go out there!” Here are a few tips and products that can help you and your quad survive those winter FPV sessions.
There are more than one way to hold your radio sticks, and you could have been holding them wrong the whole time! You can pinch, or just use your thumbs. The debate of which way is best will perhaps never end, but you should explore and find your own style.
The Jumper T16 is officially supported by OpenTX, and finally the stable firmware was released before the end of 2019. In this tutorial I will show you how to flash your T16 and T16 Pro with OpenTX firmware.
This tutorial explains how to configure and use the Launch Control mode available in Betaflight.
Setting up RPM filter has become super simple since Betaflight 4.1, the hardest part is probably updating your FC and ESC :) If you find the official guide too much to swallow, you might find this quick tutorial useful.
RPM Filter is a great boost to the performance of your quad. Originally you have to pay to use RPM filters for BLHeli_S ESC, but now it’s free thanks to JazzMaverick.
This tutorial explains how to estimate FPV range using the dB values of your FPV equipment. Being able to calculate dB will help you understand the capability, performance and limitations of FPV components.