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When we think of FPV legends, we think of the ones in the spotlight. The youtube celebs, the entrepreneurs, the Charpus, Trappies or Chris Thomas’ of the world. But there’s one type of legend we often forget.
You’ve probably seen the rumors going around that FPV is dead. People are leaving, bans and fines are being issued, police are being called… “reality is setting in”. Some of you might believe FPV is dying, while others disagree. I refuse to accept it - and I think my reasoning is solid. In fact, I believe it’s impossible for FPV to die and it’s for one simple reason.
We're big believers in spending time with family (we don't mean our quads) and showing those that support us year-round, how important they are. Whether it's late nights helping others online in the community, sitting over the workbench flashing firmware all night or spending all weekend out in the field with the 5", our significant others and family members give us the time we need to enjoy the sport we love. And we owe it to them.