The BetaFPV LiteRadio 2 is a basic and affordable radio. It has almost everything you need to fly a micro quad, yet with all the unnecessary features removed, making it extremely easy to use. It’s a great little radio that you can take everywhere.
The Beta65X HD is probably the first ever 65mm tiny whoop that’s capable of recording 1080p 60FPS HD videos. Is it as good as it sounds? Let’s find out in this review.
The BetaFPV Nano HD camera is the smallest and lightest HD camera system yet that records 1080p footage! The whole thing weighs less than 7 grams! It’s so small it even fits in 65mm tiny whoops!
If you own 1S LiHV (LiPo) batteries with BT2.0 connectors, you might be interested in this charger by BetaFPV.
This is the BetaFPV Meteor65 Tiny Whoop review, but I also want to introduce you the new BT2.0 battery connector that is on this tiny little FPV drone. The BT2.0 is a new battery connector for 1S LiPo that are supposed to be better than the classic PH2.0.
The BetaFPV HX115 is a 3″ light weight ripper that can be powered by 3S and 4S batteries. The HD version is equipped with a Runcam Split Nano, capable of shooting 1080p 60FPS footage.
The Beta85 Pro 2 is a powerful 2″ micro drone you can safely fly indoor, yet capable of handling breezy conditions outdoor too. I will go through the features and hardware, and explain my experience flying this quad.
BetaFPV took the popular Beta85X, replaced the Turtle camera with the Caddx Tarsier and made the latest Beta85X 4K which is capable of recording up to 4K videos. It’s also now 4S compatible!
Cinewhoops (cinematic tiny whoops) are getting extremely popular recently, every manufacturers are jumping into it. I will be checking out a few popular options in the market. The first one is going to be the BetaFPV 85X HD.
In this review we will check out the latest Beta75 Pro “2” 2S Tiny Whoop from BetaFPV. Do not mistaken with the popular, older sibling – Beta75X. Is it better than Mobula7 and Eachine Trashcan?