Just $91.90!!! New Power Combo with T-motor Style Carbon Fiber Props

A new Power Combo with T-motor style carbon fiber props, just $91.90. What do you think?

This power package is specially designed for mini quads in 230-280 size, perfect for our ZMR250 mini quad. Please visit us at http://www.fpvmodel.com/dragonfly-power-combo-with-carbon-fiber-prop-for-250-240-mini-quadcopter_g848.html for more product details.

Dragonfly Fiber Carbon Power Package includes:

Dragonfly MC1806 kv2300 motor x 4
DragonFly 12a ESC Built in BEC 5V/2A x 4
T-motor style 5030 CW/CCW CF prop x 2 pairs

Customers can also choose another Dragonfly Power Combo with Gemfan 5030 Props which is sold at $83.90.


BMSweb’s Test On FPVMODEL MC2212-1000KV Motors: First Thoughts

The motors were tested by Mr.Paul Bimatta from BMSweb team.


These motors are designed to be light weight, high quality brushless motors. They are CNC machined and feature Quality Japanese Bearings and Stators. The can accommodate Standard Props through to Flat Style Carbon Props, supplied with both Bullet and Flat Style Prop Adaptors.
The test run we did on these was pretty much as expect. They look like a quality motor and perform like one too.

In any case I hope you found this video helpful.

Product link: http://www.fpvmodel.com/fpvmodel-mc2212-1000kv-brushless-motor-for-multirotor_g795.html

Original source: http://www.fpvmodel.com/blog/bmsweb-s-test-on-fpvmodel-mc2212-1000kv-motors:-first-thoughts_show49.html

Dragonfly 12A Brushless ESC With Built-In BEC 5V/2A Newly Released

FPV Model is glad to annouce that, Dragonfly 12A Brushless ESC with Built-in BEC 5V/2A was released on Dec.17th, 2015.

This brushless ESC can be perfectly matched with Dragonfly MC1806 KV2300 brushless motor. For detailed information about this brushless ESC, please check it out at http://www.fpvmodel.com/dragonfly-12a-brushless-esc-built-in-bec-5v-2a_g836.html.

As one of the leading companies in FPV community, FPV Model continues to manufacture some of the most innovative products with high performance and low cost.


Follow current:12A
Max current:15A-18A
BEC output:5V@32A
Power supply:2s -4s lipo
Size(middle part):30*18*5(mm)


SIMONK Software
USB tool updating
Smooth and linear throttle control
Fast response to throttle input
Atmel MCU
Stalled motor protection
Throttle signal lose protection
Safe power-on (throttle lockout)
Support 480Hz+ high refresh rates (up to 499hz)

From FPVMODEL BLOG: http://www.fpvmodel.com/blog/dragonfly-12a-brushless-esc-with-built-in-bec-5v-2a-newly-released_show47.html

FPVMODEL Motors: Buy 4 And Get 1 Free!!!


“After 2 months of use, they are still going strong!!”
Commented on MC1806-2300KV motors. By Mr. Paul Bitmatta from Bmsweb Youtube.

“…… so everyone can compare how FPVMoldel motors perform versus xxxxx (a famous motor brand). I would say – they are performing the same but cost different.”
Commented on MC3508 motors. By schumixmd, an experienced motor tester at Rcgroups.

FPVMODEL manufactures some of the most innovative products for FPV community.  We are happy to annouce that, a new line of brushless motors has been released in the november of 2014.
Now, for a limited time, buy four FPVMODEL motors will get one free. Savings up to 20%. Don’t miss out!
Each FPVMODEL motor is built for a specific type/application allowing for further refinement and efficacy/power to be optimized.
FPVMODEL motors have totally 28 different types with varies of range from mini MC1806 2300kv to MC5208 335KV, meets the special requirements of your multi-rotors.
All motors come with a 30 days Satisfaction Guarantee. If for any reason you are not COMPLETELY 100% SATISFIED, you can return the motors for a full refund within 30 days upon receiving them. You can follow up the reviews on Rcgroups.com at http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2291393.
For the details of FPVMODEL motors, please check them out at http://www.fpvmodel.com/fpvmodel-motors_c126.html.

The 17 best drone videos that gave a whole new perspective to 2014

Quadcopters with cameras got better and cheaper, turning more people into drone hobbyists and professional aerial videographers. Drones were used for cityscapes, nature walks, concerts, real estate listings,disaster surveys, Olympic sports—even self-portraiture, as selfies taken from the air became known as “dronies.”

With so many drone videos out there, picking the best of the year is a difficult task. To make our list, a video had to distinguish itself with a creative location, approach, or circumstance. Some drone videographers just got lucky (or unlucky, as the case may be). Others brought particular skill to an unusual place.

The popularity of drone videos can be partially explained, yes, by their novelty. (And their newfound ubiquity inevitably gave rise to complaints.) But at their best, drones provide a compelling vantage that captivates viewers and point in a new and creative direction for journalism and cinematography.

The following were the best drone videos released in 2014.

An illicit view of Beijing

Drones aren’t allowed to fly over many parts of Beijing, least of all the Forbidden City. The photographer who took this video, Trey Ratcliff, was detained by police after he flew close to government buildings. Fortunately, he was allowed to keep the footage he shot over five days and offer the world this rare perspective on Beijing.

A rockfall in northern Italy

A cliff collapsed at the beginning of the year in the small town of Tramin (also known as Termeno) in South Tyrol, Italy, sending boulders and small rocks tumbling through fields—and, in one case, straight through a 300-year-old barn. This drone footage surveyed the surreal damage in an attempt to raise money for relief efforts.

An abandoned city near Chernobyl

Pripyat, Ukraine, was evacuated in 1986 after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant meltdown. Danny Cooke shot this video while visiting for the CBS TV news program 60 Minutes, which produced a segmentabout the continuing effects of radiation in the area. What Cooke found was a city frozen in time and left to decay but still displaying its humanity.

Fireworks on the beach in Florida

“The quad was not damaged,” said Jos Stiglingh, who sent his quadcopter into the middle of an extravagant fireworks display in West Palm Beach, Florida. The resulting footage offers a perspective on a pyrotechnics show that’s usually seen from a much safer distance.

Taking to the streets of Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s Umbrella movement seemed to catch everyone off guard, from its student leaders to the Chinese government. The scope of the protests wasn’t clear at first, but this video, shot by Nero Chan, helped make it clear to the rest of the world. He posted it to Facebook with the status: “feeling hopeful.”

Skimming the waves on a Thai island

Philip Bloom took his gear to Koh Yao Noi, Thailand, an island off the coast of Phuket, and shot an enchanting video that’s most notable for how close to the ground the drone hovers.

Whale watching in Hawaii

This video makes clear that we’ve been looking at the sea from the wrong vantage. Eric Sterman captured the footage off the north shore of Oahu, Hawaii. And here’s some bonus footage of whales and dolphins in Hawaii and California, by Dave Anderson:

Into a volcano in the South Pacific

Shaun O’Callaghan sent his drone straight into Mount Yasur—a volcano on the island of Tanna, part of the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu—which has been erupting almost continuously for eight centuries. Amazingly, the drone returned safely with spectacular footage.

Burning Man from the air

Would it really even be Burning Man if it weren’t meticulously documented by a drone? (Regulations were tightened after drones filled the sky above Nevada’s Black Rock Desert in 2013.) This video of the festival was shot by Eric Cheng, who occasionally streamed the footage live to the burners below.

High, high above Dubai

The macho-cool thing to do with your drone this year was take it to Dubai and fly to the top of the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. For a taste of how ridiculous this can get, see this video. But for a truly great drone video from Dubai, watch the one above, shot by Team BlackSheep.

A music video in Los Angeles

Drone videos are awesome—if you keep them on mute. Even the ones on this list are best viewed without listening to their maudlin or otherwise terrible background music. Which is why this music video, for a song by DJ Dodger Stadium, is so notable: It’s a great drone video that evokes the noirish urban delights on Los Angeles, and the song is pretty good, too.

A music video in Japan

The indie rock band OK Go combined Honda unicycles, umbrella-twirling schoolgirls, and Busby Berkeley-style dance movies—andcaptured the entire spectacle on a drone camera that starts in close, inside a building, and ends the video by zooming thousands of feet into the air.

Above the clouds in the Netherlands

The Dom Tower in Utrecht is the tallest church in the Netherlands—tall enough to peek out even when the rest of the city is blanketed in clouds. The unnamed shooter of this video waited 10 months for the right weather conditions.

Up close in the arctic—while it still exists

You try manipulating a quadcopter at the top of the world. “I had the drone adopt unusual attitudes and go partially out of control,” reports Peter Cox, the arctic explorer who shot this video.

Apple’s new headquarters in progress

The new corporate headquarters that Apple is building in Cupertino, California, has been likened to a spaceship. So it’s appropriate that several people took to the air this year to document progress on the building’s construction. The video above was shot by Jason McMinn in August. (And here’s another one from October.)

Not-quite-a-drone bonus: An eagle over Paris

Birds have long enjoyed the kind of perspective that makes drone videos so amazing to behold. So it’s appropriate that the last video on our list was shot with a decidedly low-tech eagle soaring high above Paris.

Original post: http://qz.com/303853/the-17-best-drone-videos-that-gave-a-whole-new-perspective-to-2014/

FPVMODEL Christmas Sales Event (Dec.7th~Jan.3rd)

Season’s greetings! FPVMODEL is having a Year-end Sales event! Sitewide discounts with savings up to 50% off.

We have several items lined up at fantastic bargains. FPV-10X zoom video camera with 700tvl sold at $149.99 this includes free shipping!!! FPVMODEL brushless motors buy four and get one free!!! ZMR250 ARF with full power package and fpv transmitting setup at $173.99!!! These deals can’t be beat and we’re continuing to strive to show you we’re  the best at what we do. Your complete satisfation is our number one priority!!!

Also, we’ll send you a free gift with your order. For orders under US$100.00, we’ll send you a Meter Tester Buzzer Alarm or an AOK 4 IN 1 Multi Test Meter. For  orders over US$100.00, we’ll send you a 2S-6S Lipo Battery to USB Converter Charger.

If you missed out on our Black Friday super sale, don’t miss out on our Christmas Sale!

Free Gift for Orders Under $100.00:

Free Gift for Orders Over $100.00: