The GetFPV Learn site is the ideal location to expand your knowledge of an FPV racing drone. On the GetFPV Learn site, you will find essential articles detailing the inner workings of an FPV racing drone. The Learn site also hosts an assortment of meticulous articles written by the GetFPV writing team; in-depth technical articles, FPV product reviews, FPV flying tutorials, FPV build logs and buying guides, just to mention a few.
New to FPV Quadcopters and looking for a quick video guide about how to get started? What are all the differences in gear and how does it work? What are the first steps to take when learning to fly? Where can you fly? If you have questions like these, then look no further than the…Details
It’s 7 AM on Saturday, and you woke up extra early today to finish off your quad from the awesome parts you just ordered from GetFPV. For the past week, you have been binging on Youtube to learn how to FPV, and have stayed up late many days, trying to get that perfect solder joint…Details
GetFPV is proud to present FPV News with Average Hobbyist, aka Randy Mertl, submitted to us via the GetFPV Community Program. While Randy is currently on his ninth episode, this will be his first with GetFPV and we couldn’t be more excited. Check out his video below!
In this guide, I will be showing you how to mod your FlySky FS-i6 radio system into a 10 channel BEAST. This budget radio has been on the scene for a few years and is quite popular among the budget realm of FPV radios. I love this radio system so much, and actually prefer it…Details
As the technology behind FPV quadcopters becomes more advanced and less expensive, the number of enterprising hobbyists buying into the sport increases proportionately. Generally, the natural progression through the hobby involves a new pilot buying a ready-to-fly drone, flying and (often) crashing it, and then deciding to build one out of hand-picked parts. This can…Details
The GetFPV Learn Community Program is a platform for content creators to share their knowledge and experience. Anyone can submit content to the site and all published content receives gift voucher compensation. The GetFPV Learn Community Program is an excellent way for you to gain exposure in the FPV scene and to build your personal…Details
Introduction FPV frame materials have varied throughout the evolution of the hobby. Plastic, fibreglass and carbon fibre have all seen popularity throughout the years although carbon is the current standard. Aerospace and automotive industries employ many different materials into their vehicles, some of which have trickled down to the smaller multi rotor industry. In this…Details
Interactive CLICK flowchart for product or comparison matrix links. FPV = First person view. Bind & fly (BNF) multirotors include an onboard receiver but require you purchase and bind a seperate controller. Plug and play (PNP) planes require you purchase a seperate controller and receiver to plug into the flight controller then bind. Flowcart inspired…Details
Introducing the Xilo Stax combo, a full feature flight controller and 4-in1 ESC that both looks good and pack in the power. It brings recent innovations such as VTX power on / off from your transmitter, camera control capability, and surface mounting of TBS Crossfire Nano / FrSky XM+ in a affordable, durable, plug and…Details