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Posted by BETAFPV | Mar 30, 2020 @ 10:02 PM | 5,226 Views
During the Coronavirus days, what do you guys do at home? If you are one of the FPV guys, any great recommendation for a stay home drone?
Recently, more and more people choose to stay home and play at home, so let's see what will be the best choice kill you time! Please let me know your idea!

Top 1: Beta65X HD Whoop Quadcopter (2S)

>>This is the lightest and smallest brushless cinewhoop at the world!
>>With a thrilling classical brushless cinewhoop-Beta65X HD! Classical size of 65mm and light weight in 30g only. Adopted with the high-definition [email protected] Betafpv Nano HD Camera, lead you to a fairly clear image of every interesting moment with your family and your pet. Stay home and have fun with Beta65X HD.
>>Customized with the lightest 0802 14000KV motors, give you a extreme power no matter you fly indoor or outdoor.
>>Soldered with the BT2.0 connector, which can provide a stable and powerful continuous current so that you can extend the fligth time to 3:00-4:00mins compared to the Beta65 pro 2.


>>Specification
Item: Beta65X HD
Weight: 30g (without battery)
FC: F4 AIO 2S FC
Frame: Meteor65 Frame
Motors: 0802 14000KV Motor
Props: Gemfan 31mm 3-blades props 1.0mm shaft hole
Camera: Betafpv Nano HD Camera
VTX: New 25mW VTX
Canopy: Canopy for Nano HD Camera
Receiver Option(Internal): Frsky FCC/ Frsky LBT/ Futaba/ PNP
Receiver Option(External): DSMX/ Flysky/ TBS Crossfire
Batteries: 2pcs BT2.0 300mah Batteries


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Posted by BETAFPV | Mar 19, 2020 @ 06:36 AM | 5,548 Views
As a FPV man, we spent a lot of time in this and saw a lot of changes in the past few years. We get used to fly with an analog signal for a long time, and we know it isn’t the most reliable thing in the world. With occasional static during a flight and cameras that aren’t made to showcase image quality, we may not be able to reach their full potential. But whether we race or just out for a freestyle, having a clear site can be a huge benefit for FPV Pilots.

DJI brings us a significant change to have a DJI Digital FPV System. As for its benifit, I believe you must know it well than me. At the end of this thread, I will provide you some articals.

Since Caddx released their Vista camera, makes it easier to build a small drone which can support the DJI system. At present you can find it too on Betafpv.com. Different choice for those people who have had the DJI fpv digital system. And for those people who are ready to buy such a system, there is providing $100 OFF to get the Beta95X with DJI FPV goggles. I could say it is the most reasonable price at present. Miss IT or Get IT, it is up to you.



Check the link here to know more details: https://www.dji.com/fpv?site=brandsite&from=nav (BTW, I do like their slogan: Reimagine Your FPV World)
Here are some articals that I collect for your reference.
https://fstoppers.com/aerial/fstoppe...-system-417942
https://oscarliang.com/dji-digital-fpv-system/
Posted by BETAFPV | Mar 12, 2020 @ 05:48 AM | 6,093 Views
This F4 2-4S AIO FC 12A V2 is the first brushless whoop board with the black box.

So what is the Black Box?
Blackbox is an integrated logging feature built in to Betaflight and Cleanflight which allows you to record real-time data from all of the sensors on your quadcopter, including with these:
Gyroscope
Radio Control inputs
Motor outputs
Accelerometer
Battery voltage and current draw

Here are some articals for reference:
https://github.com/betaflight/betaflight/wiki
https://www.propwashed.com/getting-s...with-blackbox/

If you have any question when you try to download the data, feel free to comment below.
Posted by BETAFPV | Mar 11, 2020 @ 05:53 AM | 6,673 Views
Both rechargeable and non-rechargeable power sources like battery in drone, if dropped, crushed, or short-circuited, these batteries can release dangerous amounts of heat and may ignite, and are dangerous in fires. Here are some advice of battery charge for storage.

Battery Charge for Storage
Store and charge the battery in a fireproof container, never in your model.
LiPos should never be stored with a full charge. The proper charge level to store a LiPo is under 50%.
If the batteriy show any sign of swelling, discontinue charging and remove them to a safe place—outside—as they could erupt into flames.
If you are not going to be using a battery for a longer time, discharge the cell to 40-50%, and store it in a fridge, inside a plastic zip top storage bags.
Don't charge a cell with physical damage or in puffed.
Don't over-charge, or over-discharge batteries.
Don't put it beside the high temperature condition or a humid environment.