Eachine BAT QX105 Micro FPV Racing Drone Flight Test Review

This tiny quadcopter has large 1020 motors that give it surprising performance for a micro quadcopter. Buy ARF version here and buy the RTF version here

Pros
– Large 1020 brushed motors provide plenty of power. Very maneuverable and fast little quadcopter.
– Relatively long flight time for a FPV micro quadcopter at over 5 1/2 minutes.
– Built-in On Screen Display (OSD), configurable in Betaflight.
– Available versions include ARF DSM/Frsky/Flysky (AFHDS2A), and RTF (Flysky only).
– Powered by commonly available 3.7V 600mah LiPo with white Losi connector. Widely available and cheap.
– Omnibus F3 FCB loaded with Betaflight 3.0.1
– 600 TVL camera with 25 mW 48 Channel NTSC/PAL FPV transmitter. Can be easily tilted up or down to improve view.
– Buzzer and VBAT detector for low batt warning.
– Carbon fiberglass structure.
– Includes spare battery and two spare motors. Motors are plug-in, and easily replaceable.
– Suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
– Does not require FAA registration.

Cons
– I had problems configuring some Betaflight 3.0.1 settings in Betaflight. Although I would save my settings, they would work for one flight, then would reset back to the original stock settings. I then tried Cleanflight to configure the quadcopter settings, and that seemed to correct the issue.

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