If you own a DJI Phantom 4 you realize what a special Drone you have and the investment involved. It’s important to protect your investment and recently Mars Parachutes released a new option for protecting your DJI Phantom 4 called the Phantom 4 Lite Series
Recently there was a new Drone speed record set. The record was done by the team at Drone Racing League (DRL).
This is from the UAVCoach.com site:
"To set the record the DRL team needed to fly the RacerX back and forth across a course of 100 meters (328 feet), with the official record set as the average of the top speed achieved on each of those flights. This means that although the RacerX achieved a speed of 179.6 mph, the official record is for an average of its speeds over the course, which is 163.5 mph (which still, as an engineer might say, super duper fast)."
I saw this great review on a mini wifi FPV drone for a bargain price and decided to give it a try. To see the review of the drone by RCSaylors go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30PORFGNPk0
If you aren't familiar with RCSaylors, I suggest you check out the review video and then subscribe to their channel. They have great videos and reviews of RC products.
For those of you not familiar (living under a rock?), Mars Parachutes is the leader in crash recovery systems. They have a great line of chutes, designed to gently return your beloved Drone safely back to earth. So if you have a Drone and want to have protection, from that sudden stop caused by gravity, check them out! Mars Parachutes
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