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Dobby vs Dobbin

The Dobbin, Not to be Confused with the Dobby

FQ777 has just released the FQ18 Selfie Drone, also known as the “Dobbin”. The Dobbin is an unabashed copy of the popular selfie drone the Dobby. It isn’t a new thing for a small drone company to imitate a popular drone, but the Dobbin on appearance is one of the most similar impersonators we have come…

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DRL FPV Quad
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DRL Race Vision 220 FPV Pro: Your Gateway Drone to Racing

The Race Vision 220 FPV Pro is an excellent idea that Nikko Air and the DRL (Drone Racing League) combined to produce. They have created two drones for beginner pilots to hone their skills before they step up to fly a pro-style race quad. The smaller Air Elite 115 is quickly becoming one of our…

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Walkera Rodeo 110 angle view

Walkera Rodeo 110: An Excellent FPV Package

The Walkera Rodeo 110 is a small brushless micro drone that is well built and easy to set up. This little machine is an excellent option for anyone looking to get into FPV flying. If you want to race drones you don’t want to start with a big bad machine like you see the pilots…

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FB100 vs EV100
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FatShark Killers: The Eachine EV100 and Furibee FB100 FPV Goggles

FatShark is the undisputed leader in FPV headsets for quad racers and drone hobbyists. Now there is a sleek and compact alternative for under $150. With the Eachine EV100 coming in at about half the price of a good set of Fatsharks we think the leader could be getting a bit nervous. But is the Fatshark…

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110GT drone
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KingKong 110GT: This is one baaad micro

The KingKong 90GT was an instant classic. It was one of the first good small brushless micro drones. Now KingKong has built two bigger and badder versions, the 95GT and the 110GT. We are going to focus on the biggest and the baddest, the 110GT. If you want to learn more about brushless micro drones…

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Best King Kong
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King Kong 90GT vs 95GT vs 110GT: Which is the Best?

The King Kong 90GT is one of the best brushless micro FPV racers out there. Its small form factor and powerful brushless motors make it an absolute blast to fly. Brushed quads like the Eachine QX90 can’t hold a candle to the performance brushless quads like the King Kong 90GT. King Kong has followed up the…

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FPV Map
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You Want to Race Drones? Start Here.

You may have seen drone racing on ESPN – it is awesome. If you have seen a skilled racer or freestyle acro pilot in person then you really know just how fast these drones can fly. The speed that they dart through and around obstacles is thrilling. The reflexes and timing that the pilots have…

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MJX Bugs 250 race drone

MJX Bugs 250: A Carbon Fiber Framed Racer for Beginners

A New Racer The MJX Bugs 250 is a racing drone that is a step above the new Bugs 8, which MJX is also releasing soon. The Bugs 250 adds a strong carbon fiber frame, a beefier 3S battery and a more powerful FPV transmitter. This new Bugs looks to be a welcome addition to the…

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FPV Goggles
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See the World from Your DJI Goggles

Being able to see the world from the vantage point of a drone is spectacular. Using a set of FPV (first person view) goggles takes that experience to the next level. An awkward workaround was previously required if you wanted to fly your Phantom or Mavic with FPV goggles, but not anymore. Right now you can…

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Live stream disappoints

DJI’s April 23 Live Stream Disappoints Consumer Enthusiasts

DJI hosted a live streaming event on Facebook Sunday night. The event was designed to announce new products and kickoff the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas. Over 35 thousand viewers tuned in at the time of the live stream and most of them were disappointed by the failure of the world’s biggest…

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