The Emax Tinyhawk 3 might just be the easiest way to get into FPV. The Tinyhawk 3 includes a new and redesigned drone, an updated remote, and a set of goggles that converts into an FPV monitor. These are all vastly improved from their other all-in-one kits and even those were pretty darn good. If you are thinking about getting into FPV this is definitely a great place to start. The Tinyhawk 3 kit works right out of the box. You charge it up and you can start flying without having to worry about dealing with Betaflight.
The drone itself is a classic tinywhoop. It is great to fly indoors. It has a classic 75 mm frame design with built-in propeller guards. The motors are brushless 0802 15,000 KV motors. They offer a good amount of punch on the included 450 mah 1S battery but also can give you flight times of over 5 minutes and close to 7 minutes in some cases. The video transmitter can output 25, 100 or 200 mw and I recommend you bump it up to 200 so you have the best video signal. Thankfully it is equipped with smart audio so it is easy to change and manipulate. If you aren’t sure what that is check out the video above and I’ll walk you through it. The Tinyhawk 3 uses an AIO F4 flight controller that you can update via Betaflight if you so choose.
Emax E8 Transmitter
The radio transmitter that comes with the Tinyhawk is a HUGE upgrade over the last iteration. It comes with a battery and can be charged via USB. The E8 transmitter uses the FrSky D8 protocol and can even be used with other drones. If you are new to FPV another suggestion is to download an FPV simulator on your computer, grab a micro USB cable, plug in your E8 transmitter and get some practice in. I recommend FPV Liftoff.
Emax Transporter 2 FPV Goggles
These Emax goggles are nice. They are adjustable and easy to use. The best part about them is that they can be used as a goggle headset, or you can remove the screen and attach it to your remote and use it as a standalone FPV monitor. They have diversity antennas (two antennas for a better signal) and a DVR so you can record your flights. I highly recommend you record your flights so if you crash you can play back your video and help you locate your drone.
What is the best drone for an FPV beginner?
I personally love tiny whoop drones for beginners. They are small, lightweight, portable, and durable. You can fly them indoors and out. They aren’t noisy and are less dangerous than bigger and more powerful FPV drones. These are all reasons to start with whoops. Getting started and setting things up is also a huge challenge. That is another great reason to start with the Tinyhawk 3. Emax has done the heavy lifting already. You can open the box, charge, and start flying. There are a lot of little things that Emax does that helps make it a better flying experience. They include a custom case to make transport easier and you’ll get extra propellers should you lose one.
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