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CADDX VISTA HD vs DJI FPV Air Unit: Best FPV digital system

Last year, DJI announced their first digital FPV system ecosystem which promised to provide the ultimate first-person view experience. DJI’s FPV system has 4 main parts: camera, VTX, goggles and remote controller. Biggest problem of their FPV Air Unit was its large size and weight, which makes it difficult to use in smaller drones. While…
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NamelessRC Besthawk Whoop FPV drone

The newly announced NamelessRC Besthawk FPV drone will be available in two versions, with and without built-in DVR. Both versions features Caddx EOS2 camera and D400 5.8G VTX with up to 400 mW transmission power. NamelessRC Besthawk is build on a 75mm size carbon fiber frame with large Tiny Whoop style ducted blade guards. All…
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Eachine TriangleD 5.8G VTX: Up to 400mW & DVR

Eachine’s TriangleD 5.8G video transmitter is specially designed for compact Tiny Whoop style FPV racing drones. As its name says, it has unique triangle shape. Another interesting feature of the TriangleD VTX is the built-in DVR (video recorder). The Eachine TriangleD measures 29 x 29 x 40mm and weights just 3.5 gram without antenna. Thanks…
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iFlight MegaBee HD SucceX Mini-E with DJI FPV

The iFlight MegaBee HD SucceX Mini-E is probably one of the first ready to fly drone which features DJI’s professional grade digital FPV system. Of course this top-end hardware has its own price. The PNP version of the MegaBee HD Whoop with DJI Air unit is advertised for $400. FPV quadcopters have been on the…
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Coming soon: Happymodel Larva X 100mm

Happymodel is planning to release a new small sized FPV drone called Larva X100. As its name says, it adopts true-X frame with 100mm wheelbase. The Happymodel Larva X quadcopter is 2.5″ propeller compatible and can be powered by 2s~3s LIPO batteries. The aircraft weights about 50 grams without battery. Thanks to the versatile Crazybee…
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Coming soon: iFlight TurboBee 120RS FPV drone

Following the great success of the TurboBee 77R, iFlight came up with a new larger model called TurboBee 120RS. From the first sight it is obvious that these two TurboBees have completely different design approach. The Whoop alike blade protectors have been removed from the bigger brother. Like most new FPV drones, the iFlight TurboBee…
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Coming soon: SKYSTARS G520S 7″ FPV racing drone

SKYSTARS is about to release their third FPV drone designed for long range flights. The SKYSTARS G520S comes with 7 inch propeller compatibility and optional GPS module. According to the first rumors, it can be powered by up to 5S LIPO batteries. At the end of each 4mm arm there is a powerful SkyStars 2306…
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