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Detailed reviews about the most popular racing drones
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For a freestyle-racing drone, the Flywoo Vampire2 HD is a good choice. It looks and performs like a monster. Once you start flying the drone, you will agree that it does not want to do a slow flight at all.
You can buy the Vampire2 HD with the TBS Crossfire receiver at an affordable price. However, for more money, you can get it with a BNF DJI receiver or you can get it with BNF-DJI with Goggles. Whatever package you get, you want to know whether it will be worth the money.
The drone also comes in two versions – the 6S and 4S. One thing that you will notice with either version, which by the way comes in gold or titanium color, is that the hardware is high quality. The inclusion of an integrated DJI air unit as well as the GOKU F405 flight controller makes things interesting.
There is a downside though, one that is common with all racer drones. Therefore, do not be deceived by the low price because you will be required to buy other components such as a 4S or 6S battery and a DJI low latency remote controller, which can cost you hundreds of dollars. Overall, the Vampire2 HD will cost you more than $500 to fly it.
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Racing drones have been with us for some time now. It was bound to happen anyway. After conquering speed on the ground, it just had to go to the air. However, this does not mean that choosing a racer drone is ever so easy. You still need to do some footwork to find the very best one. In this GEPRC CineStyle 4K 144mm Stable Pro F7 Review, you will see whether this one is worth buying. We shall also look at its downsides, features, flight functions and the build and design. Keep reading.
Buying a racing drone is always tricky especially if it is your first time to buy one. Firstly, you may not know what features to look for. Secondly, you may not know what the manufacturer has compromised on to build on speed. Thankfully, with this EMAX Hawk Pro FRSKY drone review, you can remove the guesswork out of the picture.
EMAX has been making racing drones of different sizes for some time now. If you read our EMAX Tinyhawk 2.5 review, you can understand just how far they have delved into the racing drone industry. If you are looking for a racing quad, this is the kind of drone to go for. It does what it is supposed to do, and that is fly fast.
Buying this race drone is going to cost you substantially more money than buying a regular drone. Therefore, you want to ensure that you get good value for your money. One of the ways to know whether you will get good value for your money is by looking at the features of the drone. Therefore, in the upcoming section, we are going to look at all the features and the flight functions (if any) of the EMAX Hawk Pro FRSKY drone to see whether it is worth spending your money on.