Sometimes you just have one of those days. Here are some of the silly FPV fails I had this this last weekend.
In this video I fly my FMQ Hoku FPV quadcopter with a PebbleBee Bluetooth tracker attached. I show how I prepare for the flight and then make a crash landing.
Using the PebbleBee application on my cellphone, I then track down the quadcopter and find it safe and sound. See more of the PebbleBee at PebbleBee.com
Introducing the RMRC Cricket series of video transmitters!
With the Cricket you can easily change out your transmitter or channel at the races without having to cram for space depending on the rules. Of course, the Cricket comes with Race Band (E) so you can race with up to 8 pilots when using alternating Right and Left hand polarized antennas. If you are a club that is looking to buy multiple units, we offer bulk pricing at the bottom of the page.
Stay Legal with all 40 channels
The RMRC Cricket transmitters feature 40 channels that are all legal to use in the USA with an amateur radio license. The same cannot be said for many other 5.8Ghz transmitters being sold that transmit at/above 5925MHz and at/below 5650MHz. The Cricket also includes the "Race Band" that was first pioneered by ImmersionRC.
I fly the FMQ Hoku for it's maiden flight at Chattahoochee Pointe Part. It is still very untuned but the biggest surprise to me was how well it flew.
This week I created a build overview video for the FMQ Hoku 226mm quad. I really like the little quad and it is very sturdy and well thought out.