SabotageRC Dingo5 Review and Build Log

SabotageRC Dingo5 Review and Build Log

The Dingo is a no-frills freestyle frame from SabotageRC. It’s not flashy, complicated, or even highly innovative—but we think this frame is still worth a look, especially for the builder on a budget. SabotageRC sent us the Dingo5 for review. The Dingo uses a...
Aomway Commander V1S and V1 Video Goggles Review

Aomway Commander V1S and V1 Video Goggles Review

The AOMWAY Commander V1 video goggles are often cited as a great option for FPV racing based on their price and feature set alone. Thanks to Gearbest, we’re taking a deep look of our own. The V1S shares much of its components and functionality with the original...
Cinewhoop: Beta85X HD Review

Cinewhoop: Beta85X HD Review

The latest innovation in micro quadcopters is HD recording. BetaFPV’s entry into this market is the Beta85X HD “Cinewhoop”. Calling an 85mm with 2-inch props any kind of “whoop” is a stretch—but it’s certainly a unique kind of...
BetaFPV Beta75 Pro 2 Review

BetaFPV Beta75 Pro 2 Review

The Beta75 Pro 2 is the latest in a line of quality micro quads from BetaFPV. The Pro 2 series refines the brushless formula further with more integrated components than its predecessors, saving weight and improving flight time. We got a look at the new flagship from...
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...
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...
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