ImmersionRC Power Meter V2 Guide and Review

ImmersionRC Power Meter V2 Guide and Review

If you’re experiencing a video problem, it’s hard to know where it might be coming from. So many factors affect range: your transmitter, antenna, receiver, receiver antenna, and even receiver software. If you need to diagnose video issues quickly, you...
Upgrading a Starter Quad to a Purebred Racer

Upgrading a Starter Quad to a Purebred Racer

A lot of early ARF/RTF quads used proprietary and specially-engineered parts. These days, manufacturers are finding it easier to assemble starter kits with off-the-shelf components. One of the best benefits to this for a hobbyist is that many of these parts now work...
Blade Inductrix FPV RTF Review

Blade Inductrix FPV RTF Review

The famous “Tiny Whoop” was born by sticking a micro camera/transmitter atop a Blade Inductrix. Now, Horizon Hobby offers the Inductrix FPV; an upgrade to the Inductrix with camera and transmitter already installed. Even if you’ve never heard of...
BetaFPV’s 1200 TVL Micro Camera/VTx

BetaFPV’s 1200 TVL Micro Camera/VTx

BetaFPV is certainly pushing the limits in the micro FPV space recently. All of their equipment seems to be getting a constant stream of updates and redesigns, reaching to become among the best of what the industry can offer. We really enjoyed their 65mm brushless...
Channel Packing with OpenTX and Betaflight

Channel Packing with OpenTX and Betaflight

Right now, the hot performance tip for those chasing after super smooth flight is to enable RC channel filtering properly. Part of this process is to reduce the number of channels in use to 8. The reasons are covered in the Betaflight wiki article SBus FPort and RC...
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