Here is a 2″ and 2.5″ propeller shoot-out for cinewhoops and micro FPV drones. These are common propeller sizes for 1103, 1105, 1106, 1204 motor sizes. Bookmark this page so you don’t miss out on any updates :)
There has been a lot of fuss about the Emax Tinyhawk Freestyle micro quad, so I got myself one and try to find out what’s special about it.
New Emax Bullet 30A ESC came in the mail last week, so let’s have a look at the spec and overview of these ESC’s and find out what’s special about them.
In this review we are testing the latest EMAX RS2306 2400KV motors (white edition). They come in two variants: 2400kv and 2750kv and we have the former for the test.
The Babyhawk 85mm from Emax is a micro brushless quadcopter. It’s an ARTF kit that comes with almost everything you need to get flying. It’s easy to setup and performs great, perfect for beginners and FPV racers alike.
In this review we are testing the new RS2205S 2300KV motor from Emax. With better magnets and design from the previous version, we’ll find out how they perform.
The Skyline32+OSD is a flight controller with integrated minimOSD, it makes OSD setup and wiring much easier. In this post we will take a look at the features and pinouts of this FC board.
The EMAX RS2205 motors are awesome! From my thrust result they completely destroyed the Cobra motor.
If you are into mini quadcopter racing, but don’t like building and soldering, the EMAX Nighthawk Pro 280 racing mini quad might be for you. In this article we will introduce and review the Nighthawk Pro 280 ARTF Kit.
As 180 Size mini quads are getting more and more popular, many people ask what is the best motor for this type of small quadcopters that runs on 4 inch props.
I was asked what the differences between are EMAX MT1806 2280KV, EMAX MT1804 2480KV, and EMAX MT2204 2300KV Motors. And which one is the best motor for 250 size mini quad? These motors are very similar in price, mainly different in weight, size, and power. It’s not always true “the more powerful the better”. Stronger motors also draws more current, thus gives you less flight time. Finding a good balance, or knowing what you are after is the key here.