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Posted by Gustavo4111 | Yesterday @ 10:06 AM | 1,328 Views
fq777-124 nano drone

Features/ my opinion:

This is a nano quadcopter that stores inside the transmitter
( controller ). It cab also be charged by the transmitter. One
Thing I really liked was the 8 spare props ! Instead of only 4
It features headless mode and one key return. The controller
Is quite especial as it can carry the drone, spare parts, recharge
The drone and it can also be put inside your pocket therefore
You can enjoy flying this nano drone anywhere. The controller
Is desined with MODE 1/MODE 2 one key switch, which means
Anyone can pilot this nano drone. Rotor protectors are also
Included as well as landing gears, which makes it a double
Protection and this avoids injury ( in case it hits someone )
Incase u don't want to waste the battery power from your
AAA batteries inside ur transmitter u can also charge this drone
With a USB cable. Its got a great look battery with a built in
Charge and discharge protection. And it also has powerful
Motors which allow for great flips. the beCharger of it is that it
only costs 20$ below. this has gotta be the best bang for your
buck right here.

Description :

Brand Name: FUQI
Item NO.: 124
Item Name: FQ777-124 Pocket Drone 4CH 6Axis Gyro Quadcopter One Key Switch Controller USB Charger RTF
Product Material: Modified nylon,ABS,transparent PS + K-resin
Channel: 4CH
Gyro: 6 Axis
Remote Frequency: 2.4G
Flight Duration: 5-6 Minutes
Flight weight: 13g
Remote Control Distance: 50 meters
Recharging Time: 20mins
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Posted by Tonygsxr624 | Yesterday @ 01:03 PM | 1,322 Views

I Just want to give you guys a quick update, uav-rc drone shop has recently updated their website to a much easier to browse and keep track of your orders all in one place. We invite you to browse our online store and encourage you to create an account, we will be sending out email news letters with promotional content such as discounts and free shipping so take advantage of the benefits with your account. We are also doing super discounts on select products which will only be available while supplies lasts be sure to lookout for these items in your email news letters.

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Posted by Old_Pilot | Jul 24, 2016 @ 05:32 PM | 1,312 Views
I've been tweaking this airframe for almost a, motors, servos, ESC, airfoil, and everything else......I think I'm gonna stop messing with it

StealthStream10X (2 min 57 sec)

Posted by KatrinaRosen | Yesterday @ 01:29 PM | 1,296 Views
Liberty Science Center will be abuzz with high-flying excitement as the Liberty Cup Drone Race competition takes flight against the New York City skyline for the very first time. The public event is a qualifying event for the U.S. National Drone Racing Championship and features a race course of challenging obstacles all around the grounds of the science center. 100 of the world's most highly skilled drone pilots will compete for four spots in the U.S. Drone National Races in August.
Posted by xplaneguy | Jul 24, 2016 @ 04:29 PM | 1,290 Views
Here's a fun video filmed by my daughter Evelyn of the FlightlineRC 1200mm F8F-1 Bearcat flying in the Mojave Desert. We wanted to try something a little different and it was fun. The 6 minute flight was flown with an Admiral 4S 2500 pack, 51% power left in the pack.

This plane flies like a Parkzone T-28 with flaps and retracts but on 4S power....sweet flyin Cat!

Thanks Eve for the Wild, Wild West flight and video work.
FlightlineRC 1200mm F8F-1 Bearcat Sunrise Flight (6 min 5 sec)

Posted by theimacman | Yesterday @ 11:04 AM | 1,285 Views
Some competition for the Tarantula X6.

Helic Max - Sky Vampire - Review and Flight (13 min 2 sec)

Posted by buzzbie | Yesterday @ 02:05 PM | 1,265 Views
hi, hope everyone is well, I'm trying to locate A DSM2/DSMX module for a hitec aurora 9. can anyone help? ??? I know Hammer 22 was making them but I've sent numerous messages to him and haven't gotten any response over 2 years time sending messages. so if anyone can help please let me know, thanks, happy flying !!!!!
Posted by DutchRC | Yesterday @ 02:10 PM | 1,264 Views
Howdy people

I've ordered me another car from out Chinese friend I was on the lookout for this Cheetah for a while allready.. Not really for it's looks, but because it looked like a real performer in video's I had seen..
Soo.. just as soon as the stock rolled in, I ordered me one

Link to this car: JLB Racing - Cheetah
To be completely honnest I had not heard of the 'JLB Racing' brand before..

So.. a 1/10th scale monster truck, eventhough it is a bit big for a 1-to-ten..

i have a show & tell shot by now, but offcourse I'll do more video's about the car

DutchRC - JLB Racing Cheetah! 1/10th Brushless Monster Truck - Show & Tell (from (16 min 53 sec)

ESC: Brushless 80A
Motor: Brushless 3670 2500KV
Servo: Waterproof 40g, metal Gear; 15kg/cm 0.15sec
Battery: 11.1V 4000mah 30C LIPO
Speed: 80 km/h
Size: 500*390*205mm(L*W*H)
Wheel base: 310mm
Shaft Base: 310mm
Posted by Saijin_Naib | Jul 24, 2016 @ 06:04 PM | 1,263 Views

This started innocently enough. I put a nice bead of thick electrical tape along the inside edge of the EOS lid to help it grip the frame better, as I've been losing it in impacts recently. After I did that, I decided to use one of the left-over EOX stickers to give the front/center a bit more visual distinction to help with LOS flying.

I put the EOS away, and shortly thereafter, modding ADHD kicked in and I took it out of the box and put googly eyes on it. I think I added about 50Hp at least, I'm not sure yet.

The eyebrows have no reason to exist other than that they're covering up wrinkles in the sticker that won't come out.

On a more serious note, I'm trying to track down suitable replacements for the RC Logger propellers. 65mm with a roughly 11mm wide prop is proving difficult to find. The Heli-Max 1SQ V-Cam props are the right shape, but they're only 55mm.
Posted by Flyboy222 | Yesterday @ 11:03 AM | 1,258 Views
Aerial photography is a relatively new process in which the photographer always faced a paradox of being caught spending a great deal of money on their aircraft or having a compromise on the type of camera that they want on their drone. Fortunately, manufacturers have recognized this point and offers an option on cheaper, more efficient drone while providing some very strong cameras on these types of aircraft. On some of these newer drones have a powerful 4 K and some of the more expensive cameras actually offer zoom, a capability that was not available before hand. Below is a list of the best drones with cameras for first-person view and aerial photography.

Number 1 on the list is DJI's Phantom 4 which is agile and can fly in some pretty amazing places including indoors. The camera is 4 K and works in conjunction with multiple flight modes-not to shabby of engineering to say the least!!!

Number 5 is the Phantom Vision Plus-an aircraft that DJI no longer in product which is a testimony to the types of cameras that was installed on these units.

What needs to be consider is not about the amount of money spent but what you do with the camera. Don't just focus on the technology but what you can do with the aircraft. Remember, this is an industry that will grow. Therefore, consider outside the box and what your needs may very well be. Personally for me, it's more about being a master over technology rather then letting the technology master you.
Posted by blackmennewstyle | Yesterday @ 12:53 PM | 1,247 Views
FPV Quadcopter - DJI Phantom 3 Advanced - พัทลุง - Phatthalung (3 min 43 sec)

FPV Quadcopter - DJI Phantom 3 Advanced - พัทลุง - Phatthalung
Posted by Kailash Naik | Yesterday @ 01:02 PM | 1,241 Views
Posted by dteel | Jul 24, 2016 @ 05:06 PM | 1,227 Views
I purchased this kit when my two JR Forza 450 3D helicopters were stolen out of my garage.

This kit was purchased on 5/20/2016 from for $429.99. It included the frame, motor & ESC.

Cyclic Servo: KST DS215MG $24.99 X 3
Tail Servo: KST DS215MG $24.99
Flight Controller: KBAR V2 5.3.4 Pro K8 $29.99
Battery: 22.2V 1800mah 6S 30C Lipo Battery XT60 ZOP Power $30.99

Posted by gooniac33 | Jul 24, 2016 @ 10:47 AM | 1,198 Views
Bang Good was kind enough to send me one of their brand new Eleven Hobby F8F Bearcats to review... Wow!!!! What a cool plane!! All of the packaging was some of the best I have ever seen. The box was molded to the plane and everything fit in perfectly!

...Continue Reading
Posted by JeffMac | Jul 24, 2016 @ 09:32 AM | 1,191 Views
Rogers RMC2 test run on glow plug (0 min 22 sec)

The 1940s Rogers RMC2 all aluminum " slag " engine was a very popular engine of which most would run, but wore out quickly due to the all aluminum construction. The spark ignition timer prevented many from running at all until the glow plug was introduced. SIG 5% nitro 20% castor oil glow fuel and a Fox glow plug were used. The next test will attempt a run on spark ignition....

best regards,

Posted by vincent123 | Yesterday @ 03:52 PM | 1,181 Views
Tried it out on the runway !

EDF seems to have enough power to pull her out of the grassfield. Once started I needed to reduced the throttle to avoid her taking off !

FZ5 PART2: all wood ducted fan flying wing (1 min 7 sec)

Posted by DismayingObservation | Jul 24, 2016 @ 04:29 PM | 1,181 Views
Eachine E5C RTF Quadcopter from (2 min 59 sec)

Back at the dawn of nano and micro quads, it was possible to pick up a halfway decent version for, oh, about a hundred bucks.

I know. That’s what I paid for mine and I still have it.

Like any other consumer (or hobby) item, R&D coupled with improved production methods send prices plummeting. Economics 101, as it were.

Today, a mere thirty dollars with free shipping nets a vastly improved mini quad. Or, if you prefer, $29.99.

That model is the camera equipped Eachine E5C from my friends at Eachine dabbles in some higher end hobby quads, but their bread and butter seems to be little entry level machines like this one.

The E5C comes with the usual accessories such as propeller guards, two spare props, a small screwdriver, a USB charging cord and the model itself which only needs the installation of the camera and the landing skids for completion. Buyers need to ante up for a standard micro SD card and reader along with four AA-cell alkaline batteries to power the transmitter.

Unwrapping the plastic and foam used to ship the model revealed an attractive display box. Inside, the E5C came with propellers installed and with the 500mAh flight battery waiting inside the model itself.

An unexpected surprise came in the form of a neat little pair of sunglasses packed inside the box! I’ve tried doing some flying with them and I have to say that they work quite well.

Blue...Continue Reading
Posted by natester | Jul 23, 2016 @ 10:20 PM | 1,179 Views
I've just received a couple FS-i6 radios and straight out of the box, they're awesome! Amazing value for a beginner radio.


Wiki page, plz help if you can:

Test project, to test drivers / features: (currently just blinks the backlight)

Pin mappings: just request access if you want to edit and I will add you

Radio link works great, there is diversity TX and RX, they're cheap and powerful and the UI is intuitive. Then I thought to myself: self, why not put the DIY 4-in-1 multiprotocol module into the radio. We'll much trial and all error later. It doesn't work. Through that process though, I've decided the best thing to do for this excellent hardware, is build new firmware!

As folks already probably know, there is 8channel and 10channel firmware out there for these. But it's all based on the shipped binaries (I don't think we have any source for this, right?) and to get the DIY 4-in-1 radio module working with minimal latency, it's best to skip ppm entirely.

This post is going to be all about reversing the hardware so we can port it to OpenTX. OpenTX because it has built in support for the 4-in-1 module. I've created a fork with the libs here:

and a chat room here:

Any help would be much appreciated.

The first steps are:

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Posted by circuitfxr | Jul 24, 2016 @ 12:46 PM | 1,165 Views
I was so excited about the brass prop arriving for the Simply Stellar foam board racing boat today! I installed the prop, loaded up the car and headed to the lake. I had tested all the functions at home and found everything working properly.
I get to the lake and do a pre-launch check before taking her to the water. (As usual) When I turned on the radio the rudder turns hard to one side and the throttle refused to work. Thinking I may have attached a depleted battery pack, I changed out the battery. Turned on the system again the same thing happens. now I am thinking the antenna for the receiver must be buried too deep in the hull. I pull the antenna wire out and lay it across the table. Turn it on again and things are a little better. I now get throttle control ( at half speed ), and the rudder has somewhat straightened. A little more tinkering and I get a "somewhat" normal response. I decide it is good enough to test the new prop.

I put her in the lake and she starts going in reverse (slowly). No problem...a little trim adjustment should fix that. I start to go and notice that the throttle response is very sluggish and slow. The minute I return the throttle back to off, we get reverse again.

I felt very uneasy about doing any further testing in fear of losing control. I bring her back to shore and pack-up to go home.
As I am pondering what could have happened to change things so radically from the test at home, it occurred to me...Continue Reading
Posted by mnemennth | Jul 24, 2016 @ 10:55 AM | 1,160 Views
Just a quick heads-up:

HobbyKing is offering FREE ECONOMY SHIPPING on any orders over $100 from the Hong Kong Warehouse, good til midnight.


If you've been waiting for a break to stock up on some LiPos or cheap ESCs / motors, NOW IS THE TIME.

Good Hunting!

Damn them... I just got paid.