I’ve been a great fan of the BeeBrain V2, never had such an easy and fun experience building and flying a tiny whoop. It’s about to get better with the new BeeBrain Lite, a more compact and better performance FC for the Tiny Whoops!
The Hive_16 from Newbeedrone is a 16x16mm all-in-one stack including FC, RX, VTX and ESC. It’s probably the smallest complete package you can get for an FPV drone right now!
I have built and flown many different Tiny-Whoop-style micro quad‘s, so far the BeeBrain V2 Tiny Whoop is by far the best experience I have had. Check out this build log and review to find out more.
This is a story of a FC that died right after I finished the build, and there came another FC to the rescue. Thank you Newbeedrone, thank you BeeFlight FC!
The BeeBrain V1 is the first custom designed flight controller to fit the Blade Inductrix (AKA Tiny Whoop). It can run both Cleanflight and Betaflight, allowing the user to adjust PID and fly in full rate mode.
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.
Tiny Whoop is great, but how about running Betaflight or Cleanflight on it? Now it’s possible and there is more than one option.
The Shuriken 180 is a medium priced racing/freestyle ARF (almost ready to fly) quadcopter, that would be great for indoor/outdoor flight. In this review we will take a look at the quality, how it flies, and how it’s setup.