Beat the ARF: Competitive DIY Racer for Under $200

Beat the ARF: Competitive DIY Racer for Under $200

In mid-2017 we shifted our stance on ARF miniquad racers. ARF quadcopters like the Wizard X220 showed the world that manufacturers could create a (semi) quality product that would use reliable off-the-shelf parts, fly well, and cost under $200. Prior to seeing just...
How to Bind Taranis Radios to FrSky Receivers

How to Bind Taranis Radios to FrSky Receivers

“Binding” is the process of configuring a RC controller so that it can talk to the RC receiver installed inside of your quadcopter. It is a procedure you’re going to have to deal with before flying whether you bought an ARF quadcopter or you built...
Betaflight Software Filters Setup Guide

Betaflight Software Filters Setup Guide

Filters are a hot topic in the Betaflight community. They can have an astounding effect on the flight performance of your quadcopter at the cost of nothing but a few hours spent tweaking some software. They are also a cause of latency between control inputs and...
Open Source Software for Drones

Open Source Software for Drones

Most folks don’t give open source the love it deserves. Since the early days of MultiWii, it has defined our hobby. To see this most clearly, take a step back and realize what your quadcopter really is: a flying computer with 4 rotating propellers and a camera. When...
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