Reelsteady GO is a standalone application that is designed for stabilizing footage from a GoPro. It’s very popular in the FPV community for creating so called cinematic footage from either freestyle or cinewhoop FPV drones.
Imagine having a 100g micro drone that’s capable of shooting GoPro quality video… Well, dream has come true! In this post I will show you how I built a drone that carries the GoPro Hero 6, but is even lighter than a GoPro :D
Here are the different settings for each GoPro cameras to achieve the best possible result with your FPV videos. I have been using these settings recommended for my GoPro Hero 8, Hero 7, Hero 6 and Session 5 for FPV, and I really like how the footage looks.
Flying FPV drones takes practice, in this article I will share some tips and practice that will hopefully help speed up your learning progress and improve your FPV drone flying skills. Read More
In this article I will share information on how to get started flying DJI Drones, as well as accessories that i fine useful. These simple steps are crucial in the process of going from a novice with DJI equipment, to having a great understanding of all its features and how to make your aerial videos seem more professional.
Here is information regarding “naked” GoPro Hero 8 camera – a stripped down GoPro 8 can have the weigh reduced from 126g to only 15g.
Many of us are stuck at home due to the virus outbreak, so I have been spending some time flying my brushed tiny whoop in the house. After some tweaking, I found settings that makes it fly really nice in Angle mode.
Here is a hack to enable 1200mW on your DJI FPV Goggles and Air Unit Output Power. However, please make sure you follow your local regulations regarding radio transmission power and frequency.
In CE mode, the maximum output is limited to 25mW, and there are only 4 channels available, while in FCC mode those numbers are increased to 700mW and 8 channels. I will show you how to switch to FCC mode in this tutorial.
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.