Moskito Whoop

By UpMostBeast FPV on Feb 04, 2018

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I used a Beecore V2 since it was the cheapest betaflight option for whoop with an osd. The turbowing camera is nice and light and has a good picture. The weight without a battery is 19.9 g and AUW with a 220mAh Pulse 1s lipo is 25.7 g. the camera is secured with double sided tape and the canopy.

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FreeKill998   Feb 05, 2018  

Are you able to do any kind of flips or rolls? I'm looking at a similar build

UpMostBeast FPV   Feb 08, 2018 

Haven't tried yet. Still getting the hang of flying it. At least I can say it has held up to some crashing.

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