Here is a round up of all the LiPo batteries I tested for micro drones in 1S, 2S, 3S and 4S with capacity from 250mAh, 300mAh, 450mAh to 650mAh. Performance is based on maximum discharge rate and value, to determine which are the best for tiny whoops and micro quad.
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.
This article compares the specs of all the popular AIO FPV camera and VTX combo (all in one) for tiny whoops and micro quads. We will also give our views on their image quality and value to help you decide which is best for your need.
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.
Here is a round-up of all the popular flight controllers for both brushed and brushless Tiny Whoops. I will compare the specs, and explain what to look for when choosing a whoop FC.
The Crazybee F4 Whoop FC is designed by Happymodel, originally for brushless Tiny Whoops but are now also used in ultra-light micro quads, such as my favourite Sailfly. It’s a compact and light weight solution, as the radio receiver, FC and 4in1 ESC are all integrated into one single board.
The Cinebee is 3S powered Cinematic tiny whoop from iFlight, equipped with a Caddx Turtle V2 FPV/HD camera.
Here is an overview of some of the best Tiny Whoops we have right now in the market. When talking about Tiny Whoops we generally mean those tiny little FPV drones that have ducts around the propellers. They are tons of fun to fly in the house especially on rainy days and winter.
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!
This week I am testing “toothpicks” from two companies, and I will be making a comparison on which model is better – Happymodel Sailfly and Fullspeed Toothpick.
A lot of people advise newcomers of the FPV community to either try a simulator or buy a Tiny Whoop to get a better feel for the sticks. There are two main types of Tiny Whoops, Brushed and Brushless. In this article we will explain the pro’s and con’s of both.