It came out in December and it's pretty awesome, so stay tuned and we'll check it out. So the tiny hawk 2 is the next evolution of the tiny Hawk series that came from Emacs Emacs put out the original tiny Hawk a couple of years ago. The tiny Hawk s last year, which is this one and then the tiny, hawk 2 in December of 2019. This guy is improved over the s in a couple of ways. The frame is beefier and stronger. More reinforced has bigger more powerful motors. It has the ability, just like the tiny, Hawk s, to do 1s or 2's battery, but it also has a run cam, which is a better camera that gives you more color and a better picture, plus the ability to adjust the transmitter from 25 milliwatts to 100 Milliwatts to 200 mil allotted know in order to actually use that feature you have to unlock the transmitter, which you do by pushing the little button right here on the back of this thing, there's a tiny little button that you push while you plug it in and That unlocks a transmitter, it does two things: it gives you more channels, more bands to use with your goggles and also allows you to adjust the different milliwatts from 25 to 100 to 200. Now two questions you may be asking: why do you have to unlock it and why not just make it 200 all the time? The first question why you have to unlock it is because, in some countries the transmission at 200 milliwatts is actually illegal for communications reasons.

Like in the US would be the FCC, so they make you unlock it based on the laws within your country. The second reason that you would have the adjustable transmission from the VTX, which is the video transmitter, is that if you are racing with other people and you're, both running 200 milliwatts they're gon na tend to interfere with each other a bit more or if you have A whole bunch of people racing these. You really want to keep it at the 25 mil 11, because there's less interference and and crosstalk between the video transmissions, and so you everyone will get a better picture versus if everybody was running 200 or 100 you'd be getting kind of interference all over the place. So that's really the big reason that you have the adjustable I've flown it at 25, milliwatts indoors and it's been just fine, so I haven't had any problems with it at all. At that level, today, I'm actually gon na fly it indoors around my house and through the back porch through the screen door out to the backyard and just sit right here. The whole time which is kind of cool it's a nice day, it's a little cool outside, but I've got the window or the door open, so I should be able to fly through and have some fun with it. Now this quad comes with four spare props, as well as a charger that allows you to charge both the One S battery and the two s battery.

That comes with it, but I've heard a lot of people say in the case of a tiny loop. A 1s battery is just fine and that's. What I've been flying it with. Primarily here is a 1s battery and I haven't had any trouble with it. You get about four minutes of flight time out of it maybe closer to five, depending on how far you run the battery down, you actually don't want to run the battery down to 0. You know the point which is just drops out of the sky it's bad for the cells in the battery, but you can set it up to have a warning light that comes on. That tells you in your goggles, when the battery is getting low. One other thing that I really like about this guy is the fact that it has these little rubber bands that hold the battery in there. It comes with a spare set of them, but they're super easy. If you put the battery in the wrong way, it's easy to just flip it over, like that, I had it in the right way to begin with, so I have to flip it back, but it makes it real easy to adjust where the battery is. I imagine at some point they will wear out, but right now they're doing pretty well. I also like the LEDs in this thing: they're pretty cool looking, you can't see them too well at the moment, but but during the evening or if it's darker in the house, you can see them really well and then the camera has a very, very it's, very Easy to adjust up and down okay, so real quick.

Let me see if I can show you how to unlock the additional transmitter options, video transmitter, meaning the ability to turn into a higher milliwatts, as well as to have more channels. So, the way you do it and it's a little tricky with one person. Is you get this kind of here ready to go mean that the battery is close to being inserted, but not inserted? Oh and then you have to be careful not to accidentally insert it, and then the button is right down in here: it's it's right in the center it's black, and you can feel it. If you push it with a screwdriver, you can feel it kind of give and push in so there it is pushed in. So now that I've done that, I have the ability to switch it between 25 100 and 200 milliwatts for the transmission power on the video transmitter, as well as have the additional bands that give you more racing bands if you're flying with other people, that's especially important. I also real quick want to show you where the bind switch is on this thing. So this is the bind button right here and again you probably could reach it without taking that cover off it's just easier with the cover off it's, just this little guy. That is, if you were, if the lens was facing away from you, the lens of the camera is facing away from you it's on the front left side.

I believed yeah so front right if the lenses or the side closest to you on the right. If the lens is facing you and you can feel it give as you hold it down now, you just hold it down. While your radio is in bind mode, you hold it down, put the battery in and then you let go of it and then it should bind okay. After a few small setbacks, I finally got everything going: I've got the DVR recording in here. I can see the picture really well and we're gon na take it for a spin around the house. I'Ll bring my throttle all the way to zero so that I can arm it Music, Oh Music, Applause, Music, Music, don't. You worry about it Music and now it's into revealing it's a flotilla bit and we dance Music, Music, Music, Music that's it. The tiny talk to a great little fpv, tiny, whoops tile drone that you can fly indoors or out, depending on the wind with 1s or 2's batteries, and the improved performance of the run cam is really nice and noticeable. If you liked this video, I hope you'll leave a comment below and I hope you'll subscribe to, Ready Set. Drone I've got a link to buy this thing from Emax. If you want to check out the pricing and how much it is, as I said, I think you can get it as a ready to fly kit or you can buy it by itself.

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