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Aomway 1/3 camera review: CCD, 650TVL, OSD and Mic

Aomway 1/3 CCD camera review
With the Aomway 1/3 CCD 650TVL you got more than a simple camera. Its OSD allows you to monitor the elapsed flight time and battery voltage. Frankly, in case of FPV flights, these two are the most important telemetry information. It is critical to know if you have enough craft to return and land. Aomway was founded in 2011 and, as their...

GoolRC T32 review: Nice learn to fly drone

GoolRC T32 drone review
Era of flying selfies is right around the corner, cheap drones like the GoolRC T32 are announced weekly. Maybe these toys are not perfect like the expensive DJI products yet, but technology is rapidly developing in this area and I'm sure that soon every one will afford his personal flying camera. GoolRC T32 follows the basic concept of the JJRC H37...

KaiDeng K130 Alpha review: Eggs can fly!

KaiDeng K130 Alpha review
Few weeks ago I already introduced the KaiDeng K130 Alpha drone in the news section  and now it is time for an in-depth review with pros and cons. Frankly, at first look I do not understand the meaning of the EGG design, because definitely it is not aerodynamically shaped. This EGG drone was announced by Kai Deng in two variants. While visually...

VISUO XS809HW quadcopter review: Poor man’s Mavic

VISUO XS809HW drone review
The VISUO XS809HW quadcopter, as you can see right at first glance, is a copy of the Mavic Pro from the market leader DJI. It features similar design with foldable arms. To be honest, not everyone wants to pay 100 or even 1000 of dollars for drones with fancy features that they can't explore. Don't mention that newbies usually destroy couple of...

Eachine Racer 250 PRO review: Nothing like the first edition

Eachine Racer 250 Pro drone review
Brushless quadcopters aren't cheap, but the Eachine Racer 250 PRO comes at a surprisingly reasonable price of $129.99, considering its nice design and impressive features. Of course, like many budget FPV drones, there are Pros and Cons to the Racer 250 Pro which I'm planning to reveal during my review. The Eachine Racer 250 PRO drone was announced in two variants, PNP and RTF. While PNP package...

FrSky Taranis Q X7 transmitter review

FrSky Taranis Q X7 review
Last week I reviewed two FrSky receivers and now it's time to review the Taranis Q X7 transmitter - which is the latest and cheapest TX from FrSky. When it comes about remote controlled gadgets, FrSky is a very popular radio system among RC fanatics. They are future packed, reliable and now also affordable. When I saw the price of the Horus X12S I was totally discouraged, my wife...

FrSky receivers with PPM, CPPM and SBUS: XSR and D8

FrSky receivers: D8 and XSR
Today I will review two FrSky receivers, the mini D8 and the XSR ACCST. While the Micro Frsky D8 features PPM and SBUS, the FrSky XSR has S-Bus CPPM output. Those who are new in the field, let me say few words about radio receivers. Their main function is to interlink wirelessly the flight controller with the transmitter (remote controller). Additionally they can offer also...

Eachine QX110 VTail quadcopter review

Eachine V-Tail QX110 quadcopter review
About a month ago I introduced this Eachine V-tail QX110 drone in the news section and now it is time for an in-depth review of this nice and versatile mini racer. Compared to other micro FPV drones that I lately reviewed, the Eachine QX110 comes with OSD, buzzer and status LED bar. Unusual I may say, because these features are found only on larger multi-rotors. Frankly,...

KingKong Tiny7 review: Tiny Whoop for less

KingKong TiNY7 drone review
Till I get the genuine one, I thought to review the KingKong Tiny 7. As you can see in the image above, it is a very good replica of the popular Inductrix FPV. The ducted propeller design proved to be not just cool but also very safe. When flying indoor or close to people, accidents are almost inevitable. Due to its...

Eachine E33W review: Basic drone for newbies

Eachine E33W drone review
Eachine E33W quadcopter drone for first time pilots Last month Eachine announced two new entry-level drones, this E33W and another one with foldable arms. When it comes to beginners I always recommend to start with small and inexpensive multi-rotors. Eachine E33 is offered in two variants, one without camera and one with WiFi FPV camera. Surely, for extra $12, the fact that you can record the...

Eachine E55 review: Ultra compact sElfie drone

Eachine E55 Mini review and test
Tiny cameras that can fly still seemed like a sci-fi dream just few years ago but,  with Eachine's new E55 quadcopter, the future has arrived and it's dirt cheap. Cheap flying cameras like Eachine E55 are very often called "Selfie drones", but this is a bit exaggerated. The truth is that you can't buy anything under $500 in compliance with the term. When it comes to affordable drones,...