ISDT have made a name for the themselves the past few years. Not only do they produce great products, but they are also simple to use. The ISDT D2 charger is no exception. The D2 offers two 200watt channels which allows you to charge 2 batteries at once. Most importantly, the 2 channels can be for different Type (Lipo/LiHV etc) or Cell count (1s to 6s).
Today we'll be reviewing the Cinebee 75HD bind and fly cinewhoop from iFlight. Cinebee is a relatively small model that resembles a tiny whoop but it has to be a little bit bigger because it's to house a HD and FPV camera all in one system. The whole point of the Cinewhoop is super smooth footage, and we’ll be checking out if Cinebee is up to the task.
The Eachine Tyro99 is a 5inch FPV Miniquad Kit, you can pick up from a number of retailers. It includes all the parts you need to build a fully functional Miniquad (with the exception of the receiver). It markets itself as a great entry point into the FPV Drone Community for those who want to build their own, but don’t know where to start with components.
No matter where you are in your FPV journey the universal thing that will make you better is practice. It's a no brainer that there is positive relationship between stick time and ability wherever you fall on the spectrum. Drone Simulators can help you speed things up a bit, gain confidence and test various maneuvers.
FPV stands for First Person Viewing. Why do we need a camera? Good question right!!! An FPV camera must provide a live analog video feed to the pilot such that the pilot can maneuver his drone. The video feed from this FPV camera is going to help the pilot to fly. HD cameras are another breed of cameras used on mini quads. Now the next question that comes to your mind is why there are 2 different types of cameras?