Holybro Kakute F7 HDV is designed to work with the DJI FPV VTx module. The GH port available on the board makes it much more convenient for you to connect Holybro Kakute F7 HDV to the DJI FPV VTx, for both signal and power supply.
The OmniNXT F7 is Airbot’s top of the range flight controller based on the newly designed NXT architecture. It uses the trusty MPU6000 Gyro with an additional ICM20608 on top. With the onboard damping box, the gyros run perfectly under 32k looptime. If you haven't already seen it, you should check out Josh's awesome video on different IMUs. The NXT also comes with 2 different BECs and 6 UARTs.
If you want a rock solid and reliable ESC, the Pyro32F3 4-in-1 ESC is a great choice. Much of Pyro's product line is all business, with no unnecessary frills. This ESC was made to endure torture and give you confidence when pushing your quad to the limit.
T-Motor updated their F45 ESC with BLHeli_32 firmware. This tiny ESC packs 45A into an industrialized PCB layout made with premium features such as a 32bit main control chip, programmable LEDs, and BLHeli_32 firmware.
This ESC is T-Motor's 4-in-1 version of their popular F45A ESC. This 4-in-1 ESC packs 45A into an industrialized PCB layout made with premium features such as a 32bit main control chip, BLHeli_32 firmware, and 6s support.
The Omnibus Fireworks flight controller uses the ICM20608 over SPI for the best possible flight performance. With onboard damping box, the ICM20608 runs perfectly under 32k Gyro loop. If you haven't already seen it, you should check out Josh's awesome video on different IMUs. Also onboard are a barometer and AB7456 OSD chip for the BetaFlight integrated OSD.
The hardware was designed by the lead developer of Cleanflight to be more capable than the previous-generation STM32F1-based boards after hearing feedback from the Cleanflight users, contributors and top-pilots.