NewBeeDrone BeeBrain V2 Whoop

By OptimaZe on Jul 02, 2020

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I've been using NewBeeDrone frames, motors, canopies etc for quite some time now. For some reason though I'd never used any of their flight controllers, or cameras until now. Just finished putting this together, and getting it set up in Betaflight. She's ready for maiden later this morning. Excited to see how she handles.


Part List


Cockroach Brushed Super-Durable Frame (23 builds)

Flight Controller

BeeBrain V2 Micro FPV Flight Controller (21 builds)


BDR BLACK Edition - 6mm Brushed Motor (8 builds)


NewBeeDrone Azi (Tri Blade) Micro Props - 0.8mm Shaft (Set of 4) (3 builds)

FPV Camera

BeeEye FPV Camera V1 (8 builds)


BeeTX 5.8Ghz Antenna (2 builds)


NewBeeDrone Nitro Nectar 250mAh 1S HV LiPo Battery (16 builds)

Misc Parts

BeeBrain V2 Camera Color Mount (13 builds)
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DrewFPV   Jul 02, 2020  

I have a basically identical drone, with almost identical parts!

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