• Eachine Racer 250 FPV Quadcopter

    Eachine Racer 250

    Eachine Racer 250 is very good racing FPV quadcopter, it is very small and light weight. Its weight is 400g without battery, and the size is 1220 x 233 x 50. Eachine Racer 250 is back again with a 250 FPV drone that is so complete… It’s ready to fly out of the box in just minutes. Fully assembled (unless of course you got the DIY version) using hobby grade parts its no wonder why  the racer 250 is the fpv drone on the market right now for everyone from beginner fliers to experienced pilots as eachine thinks of everything, always 1-up on the other guys with something extra like the cool red anodized front plate for the adjustable FPV camera, bright switchable led headlights and sick led back light bar. [Read More…]

  • Introducing 3 best FPV Racing Drone

    Walkera F210

    Drone racing has became more and more popular in recent years, especially FPV drone racing, it attracts many people drone lovers, and there are many World Drone Fpv Racing Championships have hosted, like the 2016 World Drone FPV Racing Championships in Hawaii, and there are many FPV racing team like the Team Tattu. However, to win a FPV racing, you not only need excellent flight skills, but also need a high quality FPV racing drone, many pilots have their professional FPV drone and some other equipment. Here I will introduce 3 popular FPV racing drones to you, and you can complete these 3 FPV drones which one is the best or fit you. [Read More…]

  • Preparing a quad for drone racing

    quad for drone racing

    When a pilot want to join a drone racing, the first step he need to preparing a racing FPV drone. Many people asked me: how much does it will be cost to build or buy one FPV drone? About this question, I just want to say that you will get as much as you pay. Just like anything else, it largely depends on your choice of components. Just to give you a rough idea, a FPV racing drone (mini quad) can cost somewhere between $150 to $500 or more. That is just the quadcopter itself and does not include any accessories such as spare batteries, FPV Goggles, Radio Transmitter, building tools etc. Basic accessories can cost you another $150 to $500. So you can probably spend as little as $300 to get started, but expect more than that if you are seriously hooked. [Read More…]