Mini-FPV quadcopters are becoming more popular as they enable flight indoors when the weather outside is unfavorable. The ‘Tiny Whoop’ and ‘Inductrix FPV’ have paved the way for a number of cheaper clones, the Eachine QX90 from BangGood is one such aircraft.
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❍ Cheap, $65-$70/£50-£60!
❍ Batteries are really cheap, $5/£4 each.
❍ Available in ARF or BNF versions.
❍ Fully Programmable via Cleanflight USB.
❍ Good quality VTX and camera.
❍ Very lightweight, only 54g with battery.
❍ Really manoeuvrable, sufficient power.
❍ Prop guards available (see video description).
❍ 170 degrees FOV is a little too much.
❍ Needs shock absorption under VTX.
❍ Gyro calibration may be necessary.
❍ Props can easily fly off, use dab of glue.
❍ No charger included (see video description).
❍ Has no battery-low buzzer/alert.
❍ The included batteries have no protection circuit.
Where/what to buy…
This mini FPV quadcopter can be bought with included receiver, therefore the only other components that you will need is a transmitter and an FPV headset.
One of the cheapest 2.5ghz transmitters available is the FlySky FS i6, we also reviewed a budget FPV headset which would be ideal for the beginner.
► Eachine QX90 (choose FlySky RX)
► FlySky FS i6 Transmitter
► Eachine VR D2 5″ FPV headset
As well as the above, you will require batteries and other spares, small quadcopters are easily damaged and therefore it is a good idea to order additional parts at the same time to avoid having to wait before you can fly again.
► QX90 Spare Batteries
► QX90 Prop Guards
► QX90 Spare Props
► QX90 Antenna Guard
► QX90 USB Battery Charger
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