Tiny Whoop

By Sean on Jan 08, 2017

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Here's my Tiny Whoop! It started life as a stock Blade Inductrix, which I swiftly added FPV to and replaced the motors. Later on I replaced the stock FC with the Beebrain and added a proper 3D printed mount and some nice blue props. I also added some eyes to give the little guy some character. Love flying this thing indoors.


Part List


Blade Inductrix Quadcopter BNF BLH8780
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Flight Controller

BeeBrain V2 Micro FPV Flight Controller


4 x CL-0615-14 coreless motor (speed: fast) (5 builds)


Colour propellers for 6mm motors Tiny Whoop (3 builds)
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FPV Camera

FX798T Micro FPV Camera & 5.8GHz 37CH 25mW VTX (16 builds)


2 x Lipo 205mAh 3,7V 1S 25C/50C (3 builds)

Misc Parts

Tiny Camera Mount for FX cameras
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Whiffles   Jan 08, 2017  

How much do those eyes weigh? :)

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