RadioMaster Zorro review – Conquer the Sky!
From my point of view, the selling point of the RadioMaster Zorro transmitter is its big screen. When you are over 40 years old, you are losing the focusing ability for near vision and due to that, the lens inside your eye becomes less flexible. My actual radio controller has a small LCD that makes the configuration part quite complicated as the menus are hardly visible.
In a nutshell, a radio control system consists of 2 components, the transmitter you hold in your hands along the receiver you place within your drone. These two parts need to talk the same ‘language’. While in the past you had one radio for each protocol, now there are universal multi-protocol transmitters that can cover your whole fleet. In addition to the three built-in radio options, the RadioMaster Zorro has a Nano expansion bay for external TX modules. Furthermore, the Zorro is compatible with both popular RC operating systems, the EdgeTX and OpenTX.