Platform Reviews

  1. Typhoon H - Quick Review

    Typhoon H

    First Impressions:

     

    Whoa look at the size of the remote! When you first open up the H the size of the remote seems quite large compared to your average controller. Measuring in at 34cm wide, it has everything you could possibly think of to control your Typhoon H. The overall look and feel of the H seems to meet expectations with smooth lines and a quality finished product.

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  2. Yuneec Q500 4K Instructions

    The full guide for your Yuneec Q500 4K

    How-To

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  3. What is the difference between RTF, BNF, PNP and ARF

    RTF stands for Ready-to-Fly and it means the model you are buying comes complete with everything you need to get started - straight from the box!

    BNF stands for Bind-N-Fly.  Bind-N-Fly products come with everything you need except for a transmitter.  With BNF products you can use the transmitter of your choice and bind it to the receiver included with the model.

    PNP stands for Plug-N-Play. Plug-N-Play products come with everything you need except for a transmitter, receiver battery and charger.  It does contain servos, motor and ESC.

    ARF stands for Almost-Ready-to-Fly, this means the model needs some additional "need to complete" items before you can start flying.  Common additional items include servo's, motor, electronics, batteries and even glue.

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  4. Comparing Phantom 3 vs. Solo Drone

    Both drones offer outstanding specs and promise to provide great flying experiences for beginner pilots and experienced flyers alike. Also, 3DR and DJI appear to be understanding more and more the features that are desired by and appeal to the more mainstream drone user–above all, the ability to capture professional quality aerial video and photos–and each manufacturer has done their best job yet in incorporating those features into their latest drones. Perhaps more importantly, they’re also improving in their ability to make these features understandable for consumers of all experience levels.

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