Drone Flight controller: 3 type of flying style

by Tom2009 | June 5, 2017 | (0) Posted in Tips

There are massive amount of quadcopter flight controller brands in the market,QWinOut APM, RMRC, KISS, RJX SP, Crazepony F3, CC3D, NAZE32, Hobbypower MWC MultiWii SE, Readytosky, DJI Naza-M Lite, Vector, 3DR Pixhawk, QwinOut, Openpilot, HobbyEagle etc. All of them are always mentioned by pilots. But which one you used now and is that the best? Today, here will tell you knowledges of different kinds of Flight controllers .


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Flight controller For Sport Flying

The KISS flight controller: It is mostly used in small sized drones. It does not have many features but you can be able to navigate through the user interface without causing a lot of confusion. It offers basic configuration settings and monitoring tools.

The Lux flight controller: It is flexible because it runs the firmware known as CleanFlight. The Lux flight controller has a lot of hardware features that are needed to take advantage of CleanFlight, Betaflight and Raceflight.

The Naze32: It has a barometer system and is among the most popular in the market.


Flight controller For Cinema Flying

The DJI NAZA-M V2: It is best to use if you want to do an aerial photography. The flight characteristics are smooth and easy to fly with. It best for cinematographers and good for beginners for you does not have to worry about flying perfectly in order to get the best shot.

The ArduPilot AMP: It supports GPS and autonomous flight and has more important sensors than in any ordinary flight controllers making it more expensive. It supports all kinds of sensors and has telemetry and flight logging capabilities.

Vector Flight Controller: If you are bold enough, you can also try Vector on your drone. Integrating an Eagle Tree system, you will definitely love its excellent performance. Ideal for professional and beginners alike, it also boasts an ETR00150 which gives it that unique performance and reliability. Its weight and size make it really convenient for aerial photography while the easy-to-use design adds to its awesome features.


Flight controller For Autonomous flying

The 3DR Pixhawk: It is one of the best flight controllers in the market. It is best to use in autonomous flights. It has backup system supports all kinds of sensors and other different flight considerations.

The MultiWii Pro: It is cheap and is readily available worldwide. It is capable of stabilizing remote control style plane, helicopter or a multicopter. It has a barometer, magnetometer, and GPS.

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Which factors need to consider?

There are things to consider when choosing for the ultimate flight controller for your drone. Remember that drone flight controller systems are many and varied and can be a bit overwhelming especially for beginners.

In order to know what is the best flight controller for your drone, first figure out your needs. Are you an apprentice and just trying to build one just for a hobby? Do you want a fast and racing style drone? Or are you into photography or videography? You must also consider your budget because prices of flight controllers vary.

For example, a Flyduino KISS flight controller which is used for racing and freestyle drones may cost around $45- $50 while the DJI A3 which is best in Pro Aerial Photography costs around $900.


Each quadcopter flight controller is good at only one flying style and there are three different type of flying style: Cinema Flying, Sport Flying and Autonomous Flying. On the basis of contrast of flying style as above, price and specs from the popular quadcopter flight controllers, you will have discovered some important differences that help you to choose items not only today but into the future as well.


WaynesWorld on July 26, 2017
i agree to disagree with this post. so librapilot and the flight controllers you can put it on are the unicorn this article is missing and its ok because every one cant know everything, that is where i come in. So the firmware Libra pilot that you download on one of the flight controllers lets take a revolution. it is less than $50 you can program it to control a multirotor, fixed wing airplanes , bi-copters, helicopters, boats, and other ground surface vehicles. there are about 10 different flight modes that range from using a gps sensor to stay in exactly one spot perfectly and hover there until your battery is burnt up or you can set it up to have full complete control to race like rate mode or even acro plus flight mode thats rates but almost like expo built in flight mode when you are upside down or what ever orientation it will let you to move your craft as fast as you want it to. if you set it up in a heli you know how expensive a fbl set ups are and this cuts that cost dramatically or even in a plane like all the safe and as3x type technologys you could set it up letting you bank more and more in different flight modes there is a mode called ratitude that lets you fly upside down and you set up by degrees when it goes into inverted and when you get back into those degrees it will auto level your plane or if you cant and panic you can just switch it back to a flight mode in a split second that will auto level with a gps you can fly autonomous and waypoint missions and have altitude hold so you dont have to worry about crashing into the ground. so in conclusion i believe it is the ultimate flight controllers and ground control stations (gcs) Librapilot. i have been been in the rc hobby for close to 30 years and , i feel one of the most important aspects is the forum community is small but very active and they bend over backwards trying to get people into the air. They are the one of the most knowledgeable group of guys out there, very helpful very smart, super nice and best of all they do it for the hobby. so check it out www.librepilot.org check out the documentation and the user manuals and the how to's because theres tons of information on the flight controllers that are supported and everything else there is to know about setting up your craft as well. well i say good day!!!
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Drone Flight controller: 3 type of flying style