Eachine Vwhoop90 FPV Hovercraft Drone Flight Test Review
This brushless micro whoop FPV racer drone also doubles as a hovercraft. One of the weirdest drones of 2018 😉 Find it here
– In hovercraft mode, can skim over land or water. But with a flick of your transmitter switch, onboard servo quickly converts the craft to a micro FPV racer drone.
– Brushless motors give this plenty of power in hovercraft mode. It can actually lift from the ground in this mode.
– Surprisingly a good flier in drone configuration. Flies great in angle mode, or switch to acro if you so desire. Nice gentle flier in acro mode. Would make a good FPV acro trainer.
– 700TVL NTSC camera with 48 channel 25mW FPV transmitter.
– Betaflight configurable on screen display.
– SE0802 KV19000 brushless motors
– 5A BLHeli_S ESC
– CRAZYBEEF3FR flight control board loaded with BF 3.5.0 dated 7SEP18
– Comes with three 3.8V 250mah LiHV batteries to keep you flying.
– Available with Frsky, Flysky, or DSM2 receivers
– A bit heavy. Not good for acrobatics, and flight time is relatively short.
– Shudders a bit in hovercraft mode.
– No Smartaudio hookup, although you can bring up Smartaudio menus on the screen.
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