Eachine QX65 Micro OSD FPV Whoop Flight Test Review

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This tiny whoop clone has plenty of speed and power and also includes OSD. Somewhat rare for a whoop. Find it here https://goo.gl/CquLKF

Pro's
– Moves pretty fast for a tiny 65mm whoop. Good indoor AND outdoor flier.
– Only 20 grams in weight (26 with included battery)
– Canopy has plenty of slots and opening to ease access to receiver bind and FPV camera control buttons (no need to remeove the canopy).
– Omnibus F3 FCB loaded with Betaflight 3.2.2
– 700TVL, 48 channel, 25mW FPV camera and transmitter. FPV camera can easily be angled up for high pitch/speed flight.
– Includes Betaflight configurable on screen display. Something of a rarity for a tiny whoop to have.
– Comes with 250mah HV battery with JST PH1.25 connector for extra power in a small size/weight.
– 0615 coreless motors
– Available BNF in Frsky, Flysky, and DSM2/X. Spare batteries can also be specified at time of purchase. Recommend getting a few as JST PH1.25 connector HV batteries can be hard to find.

Cons
– PIDs could use some tuning. High speed turns were somewhat unstable. Rolls conducted in air mode also caused it to become unstable.

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