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Coming soon: HGLRC Veyron 3″ Cinewhoop

Like most CineWhoops, the HGLRC Veyron is also build on a 3 inch frame with large ducted blade protectors. This design approach allows you to capture super smooth cinematic footage. Another advantage of the Whoop protectors is that you can fly around people relatively safely. HGLRC announced the Veyron 3″ with two power options. While…
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Coming soon: iFlight Green Hornet FPV drone

Similar to the iFlight BumbleBee, the newly announced iFlight Green Hornet also features Whop style large blade protectors and GoPro camera mount. Frankly, apparently the only visual difference between these two CineWhoops are that one is yellow and other one green. The iFlight Hornet 3″ is made for everyone, you can fly them indoor or…
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Coming soon: FLYWOO CHASERS 138mm CineWhoop

The coronavirus outbreak in China may end up leading to a shortage of drones, even new models like the Zino 2 are shown as “out of stock” or “discontinued”. Since the first deaths from the virus were reported, it seems like the hall market has froze. Before the epidemic, almost every day new models like…
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Vifly X150 4″ FPV race drone under 250 grams

Like the Mavic Mini, this Vifly X150 FPV race drone claims to have less thank 250 grams take-off weight – so no FAA registration required in order to fly it legally. Despite that it adopts robust (5mm thick arms) carbon fiber frame, the Vifly X150 weights only 174 grams without battery. By default it comes…
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Coming soon: GEPRC ROCKET Plus & Lite

Like most professional grade FPV drones, the GEPRC ROCKET Plus also comes with on-board DJI FPV Air Unit. There is also a cheaper version with Caddx Vista HD called ROCKET Lite. Both digital video transmission systems uses same type of DJI camera with 1/3.2” CMOS image sensor. Thanks to its TinyWhoop alike blade protectors, the…
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EMAX Tinyhawk II: Might be the best micro FPV drone for 2020?

Back to October 2018, EMAX introduced the first generation of Tinyhawk with unique inverted motor design. While it may not had the power of a full-size racing quad, it become instantly the favorite FPV drone of many RC pilots. The newly announced Tinyhawk II comes with upgraded hardware – more powerful motors, much better camera,…
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Coming soon: GEPRC Dolphin 153mm FPV drone

GEPRC’s latest FPV drone features high performance GEP-20A-F4 AIO flight controller board with integrated 20A ESC and BetaFlight OSD. By default, it comes MATEKF411 firmware. The GEPRC Dolphin is available with two types of radio receivers (Frsky R-XSR or Frsky XM+) and requires a 4S 650~850mAh battery pack. The Caddx Turbo Eos2 FPV camera is…
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NamelessRC Besthawk Whoop FPV drone

The newly announced NamelessRC Besthawk FPV drone will be available in two versions, with and without built-in DVR. Both versions features Caddx EOS2 camera and D400 5.8G VTX with up to 400 mW transmission power. NamelessRC Besthawk is build on a 75mm size carbon fiber frame with large Tiny Whoop style ducted blade guards. All…
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Coming soon: Flywoo Mr.Croc-HD 5″ & 7″

Flywoo‘s Mr.Croc-HD FPV racing drone comes in two size options. While the smaller 5″ edition features 235mm wheelbases and has 4s and 6s power options, the 7″ one has 285mm wheelbase and it is compatible with 6s batteries. Both, 5″ and 7″ Flywoo Mr.Croc-HD drones comes with on-board DJI FPV Air Unit. Thanks to its…
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Happymodel Larva X HD: Toothpick & TinyWhoop

Currently, there are two major design approaches regarding small FPV racing drones, the Happymodel Larva X HD seems to fit for both of them. It can be conveniently converted from a Toothpick into a TinyWhoop. Each arm of the 125mm size carbon fiber frame is equipped with an EX1203 motor. The Larva…
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