Emax Babyhawk R Pro 120mm F4 Magnum Mini 5.8G FPV Racing RC Drone 2~3S BNF

Emax Babyhawk R Pro 120mm F4 Magnum Mini 5.8G FPV Racing RC Drone 2~3S BNF

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Emax Babyhawk R Pro 120mm F4 Magnum Mini 5.8G FPV Racing RC Drone 3S BNF

Technical Specifications:
Model: EMAX Babyhawk R Pro 2.5 BNF
  • 120mm unibody frame with PC durable canopy/pod
  • Mini Magnum F4 2 lite 
  • 20amp 4in1 BLHeli_S ESC 20x20 mounting
  • On board ESC Current Sensor
  • F405 Matek HEX Target using Betaflight OSD
  • 5 available Uart ports
  • 2 onboard RGB programmable LED's
  • 1106 6000kv Brushless Motors
  • EMAX Rush 2.5 inch propeller
  • 25-200mw FCC compliant VTX with Raceband Channels
  • Smart Audio control feature 
  • MMCX Connector
  • D8 channel receiver
  • EMAX/Caddx S1 CCD FPV Camera
  • AUW without battery 91.5 grams
  • Camera Tilt Angle: 20-70 degrees
  • Recommended Batttery for optimal flight 450-650mah 3s lipo min 50C burst rated.
UPC Code: 761895006248

This is the BNF version that comes without battery, charger or remote control. 
Product list
  1. Babyhawk R Pro 2.5× 1  (BNF)
  2. Manual ×1
  3. EMAX Rush 2.5 inch propeller × 2 Sets
  4. Screw pack×1
  5. Camera adjusting board×1

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Customer Reviews

5 Stars
A great performing little quad OoB on 3S
Right out of the box, on a separately purchased 850mAh 3S this little quad performs quite well. Even on a 450mAh 2S it's still fun. The difference in battery weight vs power between the two is almost equalized. The big difference between the Babyhawk Pro 130mm,which I've had for over a year now, and this Babyhawk Pro R that I just bought, is the updated EMax F4 stack. It's a much better performer than the original F3 stack in the first Babyhawk. Not that I think the original is bad or anything, actually quite the opposite, but the difference between the two in terms of responsiveness is definitely noticeable. But I like both, and are my go to micro quads. Not a huge Tiny whoop fan, so the Babyhawk line has been great for me. Especially living in a region with perfectly equal month seasons. Winter is coming so in door flying is important to me, and I can do that safely with the Babyhawk line and some generic, color mat6ched prop guards.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Boston, MA. on 11/11/2018

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