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FrSky M9 Gimbal - Should You Upgrade?

In this article, we will look into what a Gimbal is, what does it do, and how does the FrSky M9 Gimbal stack against the stock gimbals. As most of us are used to using FrSky products especially products like - FrSky QX7, X9D, X-Lite; you might have noticed FrSky has launched some upgrades for these products. One of these upgrades is the updated FrSky M9 Gimbal.

The new Beta 75 drone: cheap, compact, powerful

Along with the growth in popularity of drones for video recording, competing, or just for fun, and amid so many heavy, expensive options, comes the need for a product such as the Beta 75 drone, available on HorusRC’s online shop.

Which is the best Frsky Receiver for your Racing Drone?

In this article, we are going to dig out the pros and cons of various Frsky Receivers to find out the Best Frsky receiver for your Race Rigs! A receiver is an important and basic component in racing drones as without it the signal sent from Radio or Transmitter cannot be processed by the Flight Controller. But the question arises when choosing a Receiver for your Taranis or Horus Radio as there are plenty of receivers to choose from.

ACCESS vs ACCST Frsky Protocols Is Upgrading to ACCESS Firmware Worth it? Let's Find it Out.

In this article, we are going to compare ACCESS and ACCST Frsky Protocols and to find out If it is really worth to upgrade your radio. If you are a Frsky user in the past few years, then you probably might have come around the term ACCST, which stands for Advanced Continuous Channel Shifting Technology and that is the protocol used by Frsky in their Radios in the past few years. Now Frsky has released another Protocol, ACCESS, which stands for Advanced Communication Control Elevated Spread Spectrum that only supports the newly Released Taranis and Horus Radios. 

Things to Consider when Building RC Planes with Foam

When building RC planes with foam I think it is safe to say foam has become one of the most important materials for because of the ready availability and wide variety and use of low-cost electric power. It is much more economical for commercial suppliers of RC ARF aircraft to use foam than labor-intensive built-up balsa structures. In addition, the price for balsa wood, the traditional RC building material has continued to reach higher levels due to demand in other larger markets and limited supply.

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