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RISE Mini High Frequency Brushless Multirotor ESCs

Looking for the perfect stocking stuffer for you or a fellow pilot? RISE has just released their newest brushless speed controls. Each is equipped with ONESHOT programming software for superior high-speed communication with your flight controller. Available in 12A, 20A, and …

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Makin’ Bacon for Cancer Research

Let me preface this short, but sweet article with the notion that I certainly do not need an excuse to do some FPV flying, whether it’s through gates or freestyle. Give me a crowd to do it in front of and the chance to raise some loot to go towards research to end children’s cancers and I’m there in a heartbeat!

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RISE RXD250

FPV racing is all the rage these days in the drone world. Sure, there are loads of cool new aerial media rigs popping up (some of them in this very issue), but nothing is progressing at quite the pace that FPV race specific machines are.

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Quadra-Box Review

I purchased my DJI Phantom 3 Professional the night before taking a well deserved vacation to Aruba to celebrate my wife’s birthday, and to leave the cold Winter behind, even if only for a week. Having been to the island a few years before, I knew this time I wanted to pack a drone, but what to do when the smallest rig you have is a F550?

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Turnigy Graphene LiPo Batteries

The new Turnigy Graphene LiPo batteries are designed for high output and available in a range of sizes and capacities to suit everything from the smallest racing quads up to the biggest aerial photography setups.

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Summer of FPV’s

Said it before and I’ll say it again, there is no more explosive segment of drones than FPV these days. Whether it’s the constant development and redevelopment of new hardware and components or the dazzling track displays that David Moquay of FPV LightTrax and others cook up for gates...

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Walkera F210 3D

Speed and agility: those are the top two qualities you need if you want to compete in drone racing. In most cases, in order to obtain these two necessities, it requires a ton of research online to see what components other skilled pilots are using, how their PIDs are tuned and the time/effort/money to build a race drone.

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Force RC ‘Tis the season: 12 Days of Deals!

Force RC: The best prices of the season for the RC Lover on your list Ends 12/12

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Multi-Rotor Drone Propeller with Unparalleled Thrust and Efficiency

Need longer flight time for your multi-rotor drone? This is not a rocket science anymore. R. Cordova, CA (November 21, 2016) – Master Airscrew (MAS) introduced a new line of aerodynamically optimized ultra high performance propellers for Multi-Rotor drones named …

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VIDEO: Drone Shenanigans On A Golf Course

No, we didn’t really golf with it, but as we were already on the empty course for another project, we had a little fun with the Xplorer V. LINKS HOBBICO XIRO

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Video: Autel X-Star Premium First Impressions and Flight

We all know how popular drones are these days and aerial camera rigs are probably tops on that list. The problem is, when you spend a thousand dollars or more on a machine and have a problem with it, you …

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Drone Racing Set For Take Off On Eurosport TV Starting In November

In an effort to offer fans new and innovative sports entertainment, Eurosport today announced its partnership with DR1 Racing, the leading international drone racing series, to exclusively distribute content for broadcast in 70 countries across Europe and Asia-Pacific.

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X1 Nano – Multi-chemistry Battery Charging Unit

Plug in and Charge! Hitec’s X1 Nano is the economical battery charging companion for all hobbyists. Simply plug in the AC power cord to a standard 100-240 volt outlet and you are ready to successfully charge all popular battery chemistries in a snap. With a charge circuit power of 50 watts, this mini charging unit is easy to operate, compact and efficient.

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