So this is the first time I build a “toothpick” style micro quad from scratch and not buying a pre-built kit :) This should be fun as I get to choose my own hardware!
iFlight recently released two new micro models – the Turbobee 120RS V2 and 136RS V2. These are 2.5″ and 3″ micro quads that have been upgraded from the original Turbobee from a few months back.
Looking for a nano 16x16mm flight controller stack for your next micro quad? Check out the iFlight Succex F4 Micro Stack which has been around long enough to prove itself a reliable option.
The Cinebee is 3S powered Cinematic tiny whoop from iFlight, equipped with a Caddx Turtle V2 FPV/HD camera.
iFlight has been teasing me with these tempting SucceX 60A ESC with “Metal MOSFET”. Finally they arrived and I get to try them! Is 60A an overkill? What does metal fet do? let’s find out.
The iFlight iH2 is a tiny little drone equipped with a Runcam Split Mini 2, capable of filming 1080p HD videos. In this review we will check out its performance and build quality, and what you can/should do to make it fly even better.
We reviewed both KISS flight controllers in the past, but finally they released an AIO (all in one) board that has integrated PDB and OSD! Interestingly this board is not manufactured by Flyduino but iFlight.
In this review we will check out the iH3 micro quad – an RTF drone (pre-built) with a Runcam Split Mini HD camera. The Split Mini records 1080p HD footage, and can be used as the FPV camera at the same time.
2.5″ Micro Quad is getting more popular and I am checking out some pre-built options. The iFlight Razor X125 is a PNP quadcopter designed specifically for 2.5″ propellers. Let me show you the good things about this quad and the things that aren’t that good.
In this article we will be reviewing the Mini Revobee32 F4 flight controller from iFlight, and their Monkey X3 130mm mini quad frame.