Frequently Asked Questions

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Beginners – Where to start?

Learning to fly FPV can be daunting- It’s often recommended to purchase a NanoQX that is cheap and crashable to learn to fly with. They also make a FPV version of it if you have the extra cash burning a hole in your pocket. Once you get the basics of flying down you may want to look into a building a larger, more capable aircraft.

Most technical information can be obtained from from places like Flite Test, RCModelReviews, OscarLiang.net, RCGroups, FPVLab, and Youtube. Anyone can get into flying FPV with a bit of time, patience, and practice. Just start small and have fun!

How much does it all cost?

From a small Nano QX kit to full sized aerial photography platform. For those interested in getting into the Hobby it can definitely be a money sink. For example Horizon Hobby makes and sells a micro FPV Nano QX that can fly indoors & outdoors, comes with goggles & transmitter, everything needed to get going – but it’s roughly $400. It is arguably one of the best ways to get started though as the goggles can be used with larger, more fun, platforms.

For a full FPV rig with nice goggles, transmitter, aircraft, and camera equipment, batteries, charger, etc… it’ll add up quickly. For most novices it’s possible to build a FPV rig for as little as $300 with everything needed.  

How to be successful in FPV

How to fly a Multirotor

Multirotors, Drones, Helicopters, Hexacopters – What’s the Difference?

What is a Drone? in a lot of peoples opinion a drone is something that has the ability to fly by itself without the direct input of an operator. What many people tend to build & fly are always within direct control of the pilot operating it; much like traditional RC helicopters, and

Multirotors are ‘technically’ helicopters with multiple motors & propellers. A Hexacopter for example is simply a 6 propellered multirotor.Whatever you want to call them they’re amazing machines!