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Posted by DutchRC | Apr 29, 2019 @ 09:07 AM | 2,072 Views
Halloa guys,

in this topic I will log my findings with this analogue DVR from FXT Tech. They claim it makes far
better FPV recordings.. Let's see if that is actually true

Link to this device: FXT Tech HD FPV DVR - with WIFI

and yes.. I will allso do a full review of it.. Let's start with some comparing though..
AND if you want to ad your findings / questions to this topic.. Feel free

FXT HD FPV-DVR vs Aomway monitor DVR comparison (12 min 48 sec)

FXT DVR Specifications:
PAL resolution: 720x576
NTSC resolution: 720x480
PAL framerate: 50 fps
NTSC framerate: 60 fps
size: 60mm x 40mm x 19mm
weight: 36 g
input voltage: 7V - 28V
max SD card size: 32 GB
Posted by DutchRC | Apr 09, 2019 @ 09:10 AM | 3,005 Views
Halloa peoples!

sooooo! Another plane then.. I had personally been looking for a medium-size airplane with tricycle (so not a taildragger) landing-gear.. Preferable with a pusher-prop setup (no propellor in the FPV view)..

And! Along came this Esky Eagle It even has pretty big wheels so it can take off from gras

Link to the plane: Esky Eagle 1100mm beginner airplane

First video time then! In this video I'll do a quick unboxing but mostly a build (which won't be flawless :@)

Esky Eagle 1100mm - A different kind of Bush plane? UNBOXING + BUILD (36 min 3 sec)

wingspan: 1100mm
length: 871mm
weight: 755 grams all up
material: EPO foam
kit type: PNP
motor: 2306 2250kv brushless
propellor: 6x4 (my guess)
ESC: 30A
servo's: 4x 9 grams
receiver: 4 channel minimum (not supplied)
lipo: 2200mah 3S 20-35C (not supplied)
ailerons: yes
rudder: yes
flaps: nope
retracts: nope
lights: nope
Posted by DutchRC | Apr 04, 2019 @ 09:07 AM | 3,174 Views
Halloa people

sooo.. you have probably come across previous Jumper transmitters? The selling points of those were:
1. inexpensive; 2. multi-protocol; 3. small (tiny)
And this new T16 holds true to most of those.. it is NOT small however

Feel free to post Your experiences / review / questions etc about the radio offcourse
I'll start with a first part to my review of it

Jumper T16 Multi Protocol Radio - Review Part 1 (32 min 45 sec)