This review is of another entry into the tiny whoop category of quadcopters. An increasingly popular category because they are inexpensive, easy and just fun to fly. This entry from Oversky, like most in this class, is primarily an indoor flyer being too light to fly in much of a breeze.
Moskito70 is a BNF 70mm micro quadcopter made by Furious FPV. It’s one of the smallest racing drone running brushless motors. In this review we’ll look at the construction, quality and performance.
In this review we are checking out the FuriBee F90 Wasp micro brushed quadcopter, a 90mm small racing drone.
In this review, we compare the Eachine E010 and Eachine H8. First part of the article we summarize the pro’s and con’s of both quadcopters, second part of the review we go into detail of each quad.
The Awesome Youbi XV-130 is a BNF 3 inch brushless micro FPV racing quadcopter and in this review we will take a look at the quad, do the initial setup, go fly and see how it performs out of the box.
A comparison chart of the currently available flight controllers for Inductrix Tiny Whoop and Eachine E010 size brushed micro quadcopters.
I am just trying to install the AcroWhoop FC on the Eachine E010 micro quad, so I can bind the Taranis directly with this quad and fly in full Acro mode.
Nuke FC is probably one of the smallest F3 brushed flight controller out there at the moment. It’s tiny yet packed with great features and powerful FETs.
The AirBladeX 130 X-Racer is a true X micro-quad racing frame that runs 3″ propellers.
In this post we will compare 4 popular mini quad (micro quadcopter) frames that runs 3″ propellers.
In this article we will check out some upgrade parts for the Tiny Whoop from NewBeeDrone – the StingerVision FX798SC FPV setup, and Nitro Nectar Lipo batteries.
In this post we are going to explore the possibility of binding the Eachine E010 to a proper radio transmitter for better stick control.