The DJI Osmo Mobile is DJI’s smartphone version of the popular Osmo handheld gimbal stabilizer. As the name suggests, the Osmo Mobile uses the same stabilization technology used in the Osmo series and adapts this technology for smartphone use.
The MJX Bugs 3 is the latest drone to be released by Mei Jia Xin Toys (MJX). It is also MJX’s first model to feature brushless motors. The release of the Bugs 3 signifies the company’s readiness to take on the challenge of producing more advanced drones with higher performance goals.
Before there were Tiny Whoops, there was the Hubsan FPV X4 H107D. The H107D was probably one of the first micro quadcopters to feature 5.8G FPV with a wide-angle camera which made it great for flying FPV indoors where larger 250-size racers were simply too big to be flown in.
The SKYRC iMAX B6 is a compact entry-level balance charger that doesn’t skimp on reliability and performance. Costing between $30 to $40, it offers plenty of value for those seeking a good balance charger that won’t burn a hole in their wallet.
Ever since the Blade Inductrix appeared, helping to kickstart the Tiny Whoop trend in its wake, a number of manufacturers have taken note and released ducted micro quadcopters of their own. One such model is the JJRC H36 which is currently available for only $16.99.
The Syma X5UW is the latest addition to Syma’s popular X5 line of mini quadcopters and is currently the flagship X5 model. It also features the most advanced WiFi FPV camera that any X5 has seen to date.
The Walkera DEVO F12E is one of two flagship models in Walkera’s range of RC transmitters and sits alongside the DEVO F12S in the $200 to $300 price range. This means it competes against the likes of FrSky’s highly popular Taranis X9D Plus and the Futaba 10JH which offer plenty of performance and value
The Goodluckbuy 3-axis Gimbal with Storm32 Controller is an entry level gimbal for mounting GoPro-size action cameras on drones and comes ready to use out of the box. It is one of those complete gimbal systems that require no building…
When Quanum released the first version of its DIY FPV headset last year, entry-level FPV headsets have quickly become very popular among drone enthusiasts. Gone are the days when you had to fork out at least $300 for a pair of Fatsharks if you wanted to do some immersive FPV flying.
The U818A may have been around for some time but it still packs a good punch when it comes to value. It does not have the latest features in toy drones such as altitude hold and auto take-off/landing but I believe most people can live with its basic set of features…