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Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Oct 23, 2017 @ 06:38 PM | 1,934 Views
Have just heard of a some pretty good specials on Gearbest at the moment and have updated my page with the details.

You probably know about the $299 Aomway commanders but there are some good deals about if you want to build a FPV whoop over the cold season in the northern hemisphere. More here:

Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Oct 17, 2017 @ 06:12 PM | 3,319 Views
I've just finished field testing the new full speed tx200 piggyback 25/200mW VTX with the HGLRC F428 Elf Camera.

To summarise the camera is a great mod that will really improve your FPV experience. I used the camera from the HGLRC XJB F428 Elf which performs very similarly to the foxeer micro and runcam micro as well.

The VTX was good but I needed to route to VBAT because of the electrical noise I got through the FC's 5v circuit. The upside of this is it reduces current draw on the FC 5v which can lessen the risk of receiver brown out especially when transmitting at 200mW. Having 200mW available is very good btw!

See my review of the TX200/Elf here: http://quadifyrc.weebly.com/reviews/...200-vtx-review

And my experience fitting to the Leader 120 here: http://quadifyrc.weebly.com/tips-and...nd-vtx-upgrade
Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Oct 08, 2017 @ 03:04 AM | 2,501 Views
I found that the gemfan 3025 propellers with approx. 1-2mm trimmed from the ends are very well matched to the thrust and weight of the leader 120 - much longer flight times on 3s and 2s with little if any drop in performance. My full review below including a 3d printed jig to cut props the same length every time for perfect balance:

Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Oct 06, 2017 @ 04:08 AM | 3,373 Views
The Gemfan Hulkie 2040 propeller is a well balanced stiff prop that will work well on high power builds (1104+). Downside is they are more brittle than the Gemfan 2035

Full review here: