Eachine Fatbee FB90 Micro FPV Drone Flight Test Review
This little ducted fan FPV whoop drone can hold its own indoors or outdoors. Find it here https://goo.gl/ywcBbW
– Available for three transmitter versions; Flysky, Frsky, and DSM2.
– Ducted fan quad propellers with 8520 motors
– Comes with two 7.4V 400mah battery
– F3 flight control board
– AIO camera with 520 TVL and 48 channel 5.8Ghz transmitter.
– Nice slow yet maneuverable flier in angle mode. Should be a great indoor FPV flier.
– It’s also a good outdoor flier. It can move quickly in acro mode, although keep the turns wide and gentle.
– Somewhat difficult to bind. Requires shorting two very tiny posts while simultaneously plugging in the battery terminal. May require several attempts to “get it right”.
– Stock Cleanflight settings only has angle mode selectable through the transmitter. But it’s not difficult to reprogram these settings for whatever you want.
– Quadcopter is somewhat heavy, does not have much punch, and entered vortex ring state several times during this flight. Will have difficulty in making high speed turns because of this, so keep them gentle. Maybe consider flying without the “bee” cover, and with a lighter 7.4V battery.
– Lots of vibration noise.
– Flysky version uses AFHDS with no failsafe setting possible. Keep the Flysky version close as there is a possibility of flyaway if flown out of transmission range.
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