In order to activate flight modes and features in Betaflight you need to setup the switches in your radio first. I will show you how to do it in OpenTX which is the same system used in the Frsky Taranis X9D, QX7, Horus X10, X-Lite, and Flysky Nirvana.
I had to replace the DVR board inside my Fatshark HDO, so I thought I should document my process of opening up the plastic housing to access the electronic hardware. It’s also interesting to see the inside of a Fatshark FPV goggles :)
So many people are doing this “half wavelength antenna mod”, which they claim can improve the range of the Crazybee F4 Pro FC, simply by replacing the original antenna with a longer wire. But does it actually work? I am here to find out.
Here is the steps to update the firmware on your ImmersionRC Rapidfire module, and how to upload a custom start-up logo. It’s important to ensure you have the latest firmware to get the best possible performance out of it.
Got a new model but it takes higher cell count LiPo? Here is an easy trick on how you can potentially save some money by combining smaller batteries you might already have into a bigger one.
One of the most heavily used features in the Betaflight is probably battery voltage monitoring. While most of the times it is more or less correct out of the box, there are times you have to calibrate it. If it’s displaying the wrong voltage in Betaflight OSD, here is how to fix it.
There are a lot of resources out there regarding PID tuning, but filtering is a topic closely related to tuning and a source of confusion for many. This article is intended to be a basic introduction to the core concepts of filtering.
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.
In this article I will share some tips on how to avoid and fix FPV video issues. They way you connect and power VTX and FPV camera affects how clean the video signal is. With good practices you can minimize noise in the FPV feed.
A lot of people advise newcomers of the FPV community to either try a simulator or buy a Tiny Whoop to get a better feel for the sticks. There are two main types of Tiny Whoops, Brushed and Brushless. In this article we will explain the pro’s and con’s of both.