The Tattu R-line series of batteries have been popular among many in the FPV Racing community. Now, with the V3 of the battery out, Tattu promises high quality, reliable power, and a lightweight resulting in an excellent performance while racing. However, with a high price tag of 36.99, is it the best value for money?
Today, we will be taking a good look at the ToolkitRC M6 battery charger. This little device has loads of features absent from other high-end chargers. And it’s only $30! It may not have loads of power, but this charger’s feature set rivals those of $100 or more.
When pilots look for ways to upgrade performance of a quad, the battery connector is hardly the first component that comes to mind. But when it comes to tiny whoops, BetaFPV believes the current standard leaves performance on the table. The BT2.0 connector from BetaFPV promises higher current, less sag, and longer flight times.
The Rush Tank Race doesn’t have one spec that’s better than all other offerings, but it’s a great mix of features, performance, and price. It stood up well to our testing, so it’s a great choice for flying with others. That’s good news for racing, but just as much for freestyle pilots who enjoy going out with others.
Over the last several months, the team over at ORQA has been making some waves in the FPV community surrounding the release of the ORQA FPV.One goggles. In response, Fat Shark revealed the HDO2, the newest flagship for their long line of FPV goggles. Which is the right one for you? Let compare them!
In the last few months, the FPV goggle market has become quite heated. The Fat Shark HDO2 are among the newest arrivals, offering top-of-the-line image quality.
“Vaporware” they said! Well, that’s not the case, as quite a few FPV pilots now hold in their hands (and hopefully mounted on their face) the new ORQA FPV.One goggles. These goggles have been highly anticipated and hotly debated over the last several months. Now they are released, what’s the story, and how do they perform?
EMAX has released a second version of the very popular TinyHawk. This time, it claims it solved some problems from the previous generations and has upgraded some parts making it compatible with 2S batteries. Is the TinyHawk S the new king of these whoop class drones?
The EMAX TinyHawk Freestyle is an interesting entry into the micro quad scene. While not quite in the “toothpick” category, it does bridge the gap somewhat between a Tiny Whoop and a full size quad, without breaking the bank. Is this your next micro quad?
BetaFPV’s newest release brings all of the latest innovations into a firmly indoor-oriented package. The Meteor65 may be this season’s king of indoor racing.