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GetFPV / Lumenier’s Response to the FCC Fine

As some many may have heard, GetFPV / Lumenier was recently fined by the FCC.  This has caused no small amount of fear and consternation in the community, many of which are now once again wondering if they need a

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Posted in Drones & The Law, Uncategorized

Eachine E013 “Small Pepper” Review

So my kids have been begging to Whoop, and who am I to say no? I’m a dad, that’s who. But then I found the Eachine E013 “Small Pepper” on Banggood and I figured at the sale price of under

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Posted in QuadCoptors, Tiny Whoop / Inductrix FPV, Uncategorized

Review: Furibee F3 Controller with Integrated FrSky Flight Reciever Part II: The Revenge!

Because I’m cantankerous some times, I just didn’t like leaving this board sitting by the wayside.  The first thing I wanted to do was get off of Cleanflight and on to Betaflight.  From there, my plan was to copy the

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Posted in Upgrades and Third Party Parts

Full Whoop Options

One question that comes up a lot for people wanting to get started with a Whoop is what all they need to get started.  The short version of what you will need to get in the air and flying FPV with

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Posted in Tiny Whoop / Inductrix FPV

Tiny Whoop Upgrades: Flight Controller Comparisons

When it comes to the Tiny Whoop, the stock Inductrix board is severely lacking.  This is especially true for pilots who really want to push the platform or themselves.  Thankfully the markets have responded, and there are a lot of options out

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Posted in Tiny Whoop / Inductrix FPV, Upgrades and Third Party Parts

Do I Need a Amateur Radio License for FPV?

It almost always starts the same way: A novice enters the FPV community, and asks a well meaning question:  Why does this gear say I need a Ham radio license to operate it in the United States? This touches off a mild to

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Posted in Drones & The Law, fpv

Lessons Learned: Inductrix FPV Teardown and Rebuild

On the Inductrix, especially for a novice flyer link myself, the most common damage piece is apparently the main frame which houses pretty much everything.  Now, thankfully for about $8 you can get a replacement part (and my local hobby shop stocks

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Posted in Tiny Whoop / Inductrix FPV
Quick About
A complete novice to electronics, drones, and pretty much all things RC with OCD has thrown himself head long into FPV freestyle and racing!

Currently crashing:
Custom Built Airblade Eclair V2 Lite
Custom Built Tiny Whoop on Acrowhoop V2 board.
Custom Built Tiny Whoop on Furibee F3 board
Custom Built Beebrain v1.2
Emax Babyhawk on a Carbonfiber Frame
TBS Vendetta V1