This iFlight TurboBee 136RS is designed and born for micro FPV racing. Designed around 1104 4200KV motor and HQProp T3 x2 propellers this frame can be used as a toothpick build using 65mm props, or a regular 4S 5-inch quadcopter using two-blade props. The iFlight TurboBee 136RS is an ultra-lightweight micro quadcopter that loosely fits into the new ‘toothpick’ class.
iFlight TurboBee 136RS is the latest BNF creation of minimum weight at a spectacular performance, traditional but versatile and upgradeable design, iFlight TurboBee 136RS is built from a combination of carbon fiber, molded plastic, and TPU. Carbon plates give it the rigidity needed to prevent oscillations, while the plastic prop guards flex enough to absorb impacts and dampen motor vibrations. The camera and flight stack are soft mounted as well to further improve image quality and flight stability. It measures 13.6 cm diagonal of the motor, and is based on a 3 mm thick carbon structure for its lower part and 2 mm for its upper part. The whole weighs 65.2 grams before installing the battery (not included).
The propellers are HQProp T3*2 two-bladed HQProp mounted on 1104 to 4200KV brushless motors. To animate the whole thing, iFlight installed its SucceX F4 flight controller, flashed with Betaflight, and its 12A 4 in 1 ESC SucceX. The FPV camera is a Caddx Turbo EOS2 1200TVL combined with a SucceX Micro VTX video transmitter. It emits with a power of 0 mW (pit mode), 25 mW, 100 mW, and 200 mW, via a dipole antenna mounted on an IPEX connector. You can choose a version without a radio receiver, with a Flysky A8S receiver or a FrSky XM+ receiver.
iFlight TurboBee 136RS will break the old strategy for taking a photo and find the new thing by make movements to record your magnificence. you can easily buy this from Geekbuying at $119.99 by using Coupon Code: 3JWQUYCA