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Once you’ve mastered basic flight, the challenge to fly your FPV drone further and further can be extremely rewarding, but also nerve-racking and a bit risky. We’ve put together 8 tips to help you fly long-range more confidently and save you from the awful feeling of losing your model to a failsafe. Maintaining line of sight This first one might
A decent battery charger is an integral part to your FPV parts collection. With so many choices and specifications, it’s important to get the right one for your needs – today we’ll help you choose the right one. Most battery chargers require a seperate power supply, however many newer models today come with integrated power supplies that can plug straight
The second generation of TinyHawk models such as the TinyHawk II, TinyHawk II Race, and TinyHawk II Freestyle all come with an improved and upgraded VTX capable of 200mW – but are you actually taking advantage of it? From the factory, each model is shipped with a default setting of 25mW. This is due to the requirement for a HAM
Building your very first FPV drone is one of the most exciting (and scary!) parts of the RC quadcopter hobby. So you’ve finally got all the parts together and ready to start building: motors… check. frame… check. ESCs… check. Great! Inevitably, there’s always going to be a few things you may be missing – some less obvious than others. After
We all like to tinker with our drones and adjust settings to fly better and try new things. However sometimes things go wrong and we need to set them back to the factory settings. Because Betaflight supports so many different types of models, it’s impossible to have a default factory reset for every single drone. For this reason, we have
While shopping for a new Flight Controller, it’s common to see the Processor listed in the title of the FC. You’ll most often see F4 and F7, which equates to the processing power and capability of the flight controller. F3, F4, and F7 are types of STM32 Processors, which are 32-bit based Microcontrollers. Without going into the technical details of