The Omnibus series of flight controllers from Airbot is one of the most popular options available for BetaFlight pilots. However, apart from a pinout diagram you get with the board, there is little other information available for the latest boards. In this guide, we hope to rectify that and help you to get the most from your flight controller.(more…)
If you have come across this article, you are (hopefully) interested in this new phenomenon known as FPV flying. The world of FPV is a world full of possibilities and once you get past the sometimes frustrating process of building/flying an FPV drone for the first time, the advantages far outweigh theses frustrations. This short article takes the beginner through the main aspects of FPV flying and a drone in general and sets you up with a good knowledge base from which you can build (literally…).(more…)
Right now many agree that the Omnibus F4 series is one of the best F4 flight controllers you can buy for the money. There where a few issues with the first few versions, but since V4, they now work flawlessly and this is the flight controller I recommencement to everyone. Unless you are a seasoned veteran of FPV racing scene, using an omnibus can be daunting as there is not much documentation. This guide will try to clarify everything.
Need to know how you add FPV gear to your quadcopter? Then you’ve come to the right place as this little guide takes you through the process step by step…
This guide takes you through the full configuration of the SP F3 flight controller in BetaFlight, step-by-step. We will cover everything from installing the BetaFlight GUI software to setting up flight modes for your quadcopter.
Want to build your first FPV (First-Person-View) racing quadcopter but don’t know where to start? Follow this step-by-step guide and anybody can do it! We will be using the Martian III 220 DIY FPV Racing Quadcopter Kit which comprises of decent, high-quality equipment that doesn’t cost the Earth but that you can rely on. This is the perfect kit for all you beginners out there (and even those who have some FPV experience).
The wizard X220s takes what we love about the standard Wizard X220 and cranks it up to 11 with impressive performance. This article will help you get your Wizard X220s into the air quickly and also tweak some settings for optimal performance.
The flysky series radio is an excellent beginner radio as they are cheap and have great features. These are often bundled with ready to fly quadcopters, sometimes they are setup correctly by the seller, but usually the arrive with stock settings. This guide will show you how bind and setup your flysky radio for your FPV quadcopter.
Since the release of FPV systems, the drone industry has tackled issues such as interference or accessibility. In order to combat these problems, we seem to be forever coming up with new and improved ways to deal with them. An interesting new feature you will start to see more of is VTX telemetry. This basically allows you to change settings for your video transmitter via the OSD menu (or your R/C controller if you want to get fancy). These sorts of shortcuts are designed to cut down the setup time allowing you to focus on the fun stuff!
Everyone seems to be talking about the new design Pagoda-2 antenna as THE antenna to have for FPV racing and flying – but why? Is it actually better than the antenna that are currently on the market? Let’s have a closer look… (more…)