Flight Controllers

We have many flight controllers listed below and it is hard to say which is the best for you. 

Omnibus F4

This flight controller features a F4 chip and betaflight OSD.  This enables you to access many of the settings via the OSD in the goggles to change things like PIDS and rates.  When paired with a VTX with Smart Audio, you can also change and view your video frequency.  These run Betaflight.  These feature a MPU6000 gyro.  These have SD card slots for blackbox data.

Omnibus F7

This flight controller features a F7 chip and betaflight OSD.  This enables you to access many of the settings via the OSD in goggles to change things like PIDS and rates.  When paired with a VTX with Smart Audio, you can also change and view your video frequency.  These run Betaflight. The F7 board features both a MPU6000 Gyro and 20689 gyro.  You can shoose which you would like to run.  The MPU6000 is limited to 8K, but has a better noise floor. The 20689 has a 32K gyro capable of 32 khz refresh rates.

RaceFlight Revolt

The Revolt was designed off the Open Pilot Revolution design. It features a F4 board and gyro capable of 32K Refresh rates.  These run Raceflight.  They have a very easy to use GUI.

FuryF3

The Fury F3 features an F3 chip and Betaflight OSD.   This enables you to access many of the settings via the OSD in goggles to change things like PIDS and rates.  When paired with a VTX with Smart Audio, you can also change and view your video frequency.  There is onboard memory for blackbox.  The FuryF3 was a joint venture between Kevin the original designer and Diatone to make a stable, quality board for their ARF series.  The FuryF3 uses JSt connections, but also has the tabs on the bottom side of the board if the JST connectors break.  These use the FuryF3OSD Betaflight firmware.

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