Makerfire Micro FPV Drone with F3 Evo FC DSM2

  • £59.99 inc VAT

  • £69.99 save £10.00
  • £59.99 inc VAT

  • £69.99 save £10.00
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Makerfire Micro FPV Drone with F3 Evo FC DSM2 is great for people that already have their own DSM2 compatible transmitter as well as there own FPV goggles or monitor. Tiny Whoops are very popular with many people in the FPV Racing community and Makerfire has designed their Tiny Whoop to offer the BNF package with the fully programmable flight controller like many racing drones use, allowing you to program the Makerfire F3 flight control board to best suit your flying style using the very popular BetaFlight.

Mounted with a Crazepony super mini 5.8Ghz AIO 25mW camera,  with a 10° tilt camera mount, that can be used with your FatShark goggles or Eachine FPV goggles to give you the best FPV experience. The Makerfire Tiny Whoop is also loaded with 17000Kv Special Sauce edition motors which give the user amazing speed and performance while staying stable in the air.  To power this little beast of a Tiny whoop is a 200mAh 1S LiPo battery that lasts for around 4 minutes of flight time. 

The F3 flight control board has a native Spektrum DSM receiver which works with any DSM compatible transmitters, However it also has support for external receivers like Makerfires ISky AC800 which will allow you to connect your Taranis transmitter to your Tiny Whoop. 

Charging Advice

We recommend using a regulated 0.5A output such as a laptop USB port when charging your batteries with the included charger. Mains powered chargers with higher output, such as 2.0A phone chargers may irreparably damage the charger and battery.

Description

Makerfire Micro FPV Drone with F3 Evo FC DSM2 is great for people that already have their own DSM2 compatible transmitter as well as there own FPV goggles or monitor. Tiny Whoops are very popular with many people in the FPV Racing community and Makerfire has designed their Tiny Whoop to offer the BNF package with the fully programmable flight controller like many racing drones use, allowing you to program the Makerfire F3 flight control board to best suit your flying style using the very popular BetaFlight.

Mounted with a Crazepony super mini 5.8Ghz AIO 25mW camera,  with a 10° tilt camera mount, that can be used with your FatShark goggles or Eachine FPV goggles to give you the best FPV experience. The Makerfire Tiny Whoop is also loaded with 17000Kv Special Sauce edition motors which give the user amazing speed and performance while staying stable in the air.  To power this little beast of a Tiny whoop is a 200mAh 1S LiPo battery that lasts for around 4 minutes of flight time. 

The F3 flight control board has a native Spektrum DSM receiver which works with any DSM compatible transmitters, However it also has support for external receivers like Makerfires ISky AC800 which will allow you to connect your Taranis transmitter to your Tiny Whoop. 

Charging Advice

We recommend using a regulated 0.5A output such as a laptop USB port when charging your batteries with the included charger. Mains powered chargers with higher output, such as 2.0A phone chargers may irreparably damage the charger and battery.

In The Box / Required

In the Box

  • Makerfire Micro FPV Drone with F3 Evo Flight Controller
  • 200mAh 1S LiPo Battery
  • USB LiPo Charger

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    BNF

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Can this model be configured in acro mode?
Simple, can this model be configured in acro mode?
Stijn
  • Hi Stijn

    The F3 board can be programmed into an acro mode using BetaFlight.

    Thanks

    Alex
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Will the video feed work without line of sight?
The video shows the drone behind walls. I have Fatshark goggles and a wall will stop the feed. Can you explain it?
Filipe Carvalho
Work with futaba?
Ads
  • Hi Ads,

    I'm afraid the BNF Makerfire will not bind with a Futaba transmitter nativity. We do not currently have a micro receiver that will fit Makerfire's Tiny Whoop.

    Thanks

    Alex
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FlySky FS - i6 transmitter
Hi, will it bind with the FlySky FS - i6 transmitter?
Csaba
  • Hi Csaba

    The BNF Makerfire Tiny Whoop will not bind to FlySky on its own, there fore you will need to use this receiver to make it bind with your FlySky reciever.

    Thanks

    Alex
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FrSky 2.4 GHz ACCST module
Do you sell a version of this which would connect with an FrSKy DFT 2.4ghz ACCST RF Module? (I think the Futaba FF7 It's plugged into should be capable of flying a Quad).
Phil
  • Hi Phil, 

    You can add the external AC800 receiver to the makerfire BNF with the f3 flight board to allow it to connect with your FrSky transmitter.

    Thanks

    Alex
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Will this bind with gen 2 spektrum tx
Jay
  • Hi Jay 

    The Makerfire BNF will bind with all DSMX and DSM2 compatible transmitters.

    Thanks

    Alex
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Would i be able to bind this with my Spektrum DXe transmitter?
Steve Smith
  • Hi Steve 

    Yes the Makerfire BNF will bind with your Spektrum transmitter as it has a native built in DSM2 reciever.

    Thanks

    Alex
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