DLFPV DL1080 RTF Version Micro Whoop Racer Drone Flight Test Review
This RTF 5.8Ghz FPV whoop racer drone clone includes everything that you’ll need to fly FPV out of the box. Charge it and its included FPV monitor, and away you go. Can be flown in angle, horizon, and acro modes. Find it here on Amazon http://amzn.to/2sHE2cB
– Ready to fly micro FPV whoop racer. Everything that you need to try 5.8Ghz FPV flying is included in the box. These include the quadcopter, its FPV camera and transmitter, controller, and FPV monitor receiver. Drone is best for indoors, but can also be flown outdoors in light wind.
– AIO 40 channel 5.8Ghz FPV receiver and monitor. Monitor has auto scan capability to find the FPV frequency.
– Can be flown in angle, horizon, and acro. Each is selectable via its transmitter/controller.
– Flight control board is loaded with Betaflight 3.1.5. Betaflight parameters can be modified as desired.
– Whoop clone includes ducted fan propellers, well protected for those indoor crashes into your lamps, furniture, and TV 😉
– Best flown with its monitor indoors. If flying acro or outdoors, you may want to consider goggles for a more immersive FPV experience. Note that the VR D2 goggles that I was using for acro flying is NOT included in the box. You will have to purchase goggles separately if desired.
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