Crashing is as big a part of FPV as flying and building, if not bigger. Each crash leads to improvement, and the bettering of your skills. As Mark Twain said, “Name the greatest of all inventors. Accident.” To improve, you have to push your limit, try new tricks, and attempt to get even cooler and more risky shots. As you push your limits, you will inevitably crash.
In this article, you’ll be learning how to enable RPM filtering on BLHeli_S ESC’s and in Betaflight. The use of rpm filtering enables your flight controller to use information from your ESC’s to better control the PID loop, and limit tuning issues.
In this article, we’ll be completely gutting out my old pair of Aomway Commanders to fit a standard receiver module, much like one found in a pair of Fat Sharks or FPV receiver-compatible goggle.