Brushless quadcopters are becoming more affordable and the Aurora 100 from Eachine is the latest in micro-class racing drones.
As an own brand product of BangGood, the Eachine Aurora 100 is the latest in a line of new brushless micro quadcopters.
However, unlike earlier models the Aurora 100 is fully kitted with inbuilt receiver, 4-in-1 flight controller and D-Shot speed controllers, it even includes a lost model alarm, and all within a compact and fairly light-weight form-factor.
Watch our video review…
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Part 1 – Unboxing, RX Install, TX Binding and Flight Controller Configuration (BetaFlight)
Part 2 – Flight Setup, Flight Test and Carbon Frame Reinforcement Recommendation
❍ High specification, D-Shot, OSD, buzzer, LED strip..
❍ Cheap, at only £100/$135 including receiver.
❍ Tuned PIDS from the factory, flies very solidly.
❍ Powerful, incredible punch from a micro-quad.
❍ Compact form-factor, aerodynamic design.
❍ Main carbon frame is too thin BUT there is now a new thicker 2mm or 2.5mm frame! See here: https://goo.gl/NIievM
❍ Ships with BF 1.3.0 which causes FOD, upgrade to 3.1.7.
❍ VTX antenna is highly vulnerable, dipole would be better.
❍ Camera FOV is slightly too wide.
Where/what to buy…
Here’s our recommendation on the products and accompanying accessories that you’ll need to fly the Eachine Aurora 100.
► Eachine Aurora 100 Brushless
► Eachine Aurora 90 Brushless (smaller version)
► Spare Aurora 100 Frame
► Spare Aurora 100 Props (buy many of these!!
► Spare Aurora 100 Battery
► FrSky Taranis Q7 Transmitter
► FrSky Taranis X9D Transmitter
► SkyRC Q200 Charger
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