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BetaFPV is a relatively new name in the world of FPV drones. BetaFPV is mainly focused on micro and small-sized Whoop-style FPV racing quadcopters.

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BetaFPV drone quadcopters

BETAFPV claims to be one of the premier drone companies in the world – fueling FPV racing and freestyle communities worldwide with cutting-edge products and gear.

On their website, besides drones, you can find a wide range of quadcopter accessories.

BetaFPV drones roadmap

RTF Kits Whoop series Toothpick series Other BetaFPV accessories
FPV Whoop Racing Starter Kit 2 Beta95X V3 HD X-Knight 360 Motors (brushed and brushless)
FPV Whoop Racing Advanced Kit 2 Beta95X V2 X-Knight 3″ LIPO batteries
Cetus FPV kit Beta75X X-Knight 5″ Flight controller
Beta85 Pro 2 TWIG ET5 Receivers
Meteor65 Brushless Whoop TWIG Mutant 4″ Transmitters
Meteor75 Brushless Whoop HX115 SE FPV goggles
Beta65S brushless Whoop HX115 LR LED bars
BetaFPV HX115 Ripper X-Knight 35 Frames
Pavo30 Propellers
Pavo360 Other FPV gears
Meteor65 Pro ELRS
Pavo25

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Latest BetaFPV drone reviews and news

BetaFPV ELRS Lite Receiver

BetaFPV ELRS Lite RX
After the ELRS Nano RX radio receiver, BetaFPV released today an even smaller ExpressLRS compatible module with a built-in antenna. The ELRS Lite Receiver measures just  10x10mm and weighs only 0.47 grams. The tiny module is built around an ESP8285 processor and SX1280 LoRa RF CIP that provides 17mW telemetry power. In addition to the four soldering pads (GND, VCC,...

BetaFPV Cetus Pro brushless FPV kit: From Zero to Hero :)

BetaFPV Cetus Pro
The biggest upgrade of the BetaFPV Cetus Pro compared to its predecessor is the brushless motors which provide more power compared to brushed ones. With 3 modes, you can start your FPV journey at a stable, basic level – and then progress. If you’ve ever felt that FPV is too difficult to tackle, this is the kit for you!...

BetaFPV X-Knight 35 FPV drone with ExpressLRS

BetaFPV X-Knight 35
BetaFPV just released their second FPV drone with an onboard ExpressLRS receiver. This new radio link uses LoRa modulation and provides a faster response rate and lower latency over long distances. The BetaFPV X-Knight 35 drone has a wheelbase of 155mm and weighs only 147 grams without a battery. BetaFPV X-Knight 35 adopts an F4 AIO flight controller with integrated...

BetaFPV ExpressLRS review: High Performance drone Radio Link

BetaFPV ELRS review
Starting with July 2021, BetaFPV introduced a new product line based on LoRa powered ExpressLRS radio communication. Their offer ranges from radio receivers and transmitters to flight controllers. You can opt from 2.4GHz, 915 MHZ, or 868 MHz systems according to your needs and RF local regulations. While 900MHz systems allow longer-range and better penetration (for Bando - flying...

BetaFPV HX115 LR Toothpick FPV Drone

Photo of BetaFPV HX115LR drone
BetaFPV's new long-range FPV drone comes equipped with its latest ELRS Series radio system. The HX115 LR is an ultra-light toothpick style 3" quadcopter built on a 126mm size frame. It adopts a single board AIO solution with an integrated F4 flight controller, 12 ESC and ExpressLRS 2.4G receiver. By default, it comes with a 1S LIPO bay (450mAh),...

BETAFPV radio ELRS Series (RX + TX)

BETAFPV ELRS Series
BetaFPV is about to release its first radio communication system based on the ExpressLRS opensource project. ExpressLRS aims to achieve the best possible link performance in both speeds, latency, and range. This makes ExpressLRS one of the fastest RC links available while still offering long-range performance. The BetaFPV ELRS Nano TX module will compatible with many popular remote controllers,...

BetaFPV HX115 SE Toothpick: Lighter & Faster!

Photo of Betafpv HX115 SE
The second generation of BetaFPV HX115 SE has about half the weight of its predecessor (39g vs 75g). Toothpick-style drones are super-light, but powerful FPV drones meant for serious acro outside, in limited spaces, where larger drones would be clumsy. It is slightly smaller with a wheelbase of just 115mm than the recently reviewed HGLRC Petrel 120X. It also has...

BetaFPV Pavo30 review: 3″ CineWhoop under 250g

BetaFPV Pavo30 in-depth review
I tested tons of FPV drones in the last few years, but this Pavo30 will be the first with the BetaFPV logo. I like playing with CineWhoops and I wanted to get one in my hand since the first rumors. My BetaFPV Pavo30 review covers initial setup, binding instructions, and flight experience. Established in February 2017, BetaFPV is a relatively...

BetaFPV Cetus FPV combo Kit (Drone, RC & Goggles)

Photo of BetaFPV Cetus drone
A few months ago I was contacted by BetaFPV regarding the opportunity to review their upcoming Cetus FPV kit. This all-in-one combo kit includes everything you need to start your FPV journey. The tiny brushed drone is packed with LiteRadio 2 SE transmitter and VR02 FPV headset. The kit also includes two 300mAh batteries and a compatible charger. Adopting Whoop...

BetaFPV Pavo30: Brushless Pusher CineWhoop

Photo of BetaFPV Pavo30
The BetaFPV Pavo30 Whoop drone adopts a pusher design with inverted motors. Despite its small size, it is powerful enough to carry an SMO 4K camera or a Naked GoPro. The newly developed frame promises an unmatched flight experience in its class. BetaFPV released the Pavo30 drone with two types of FPV systems. While the analog comes with a Caddix...

Beta95X V3 brushless Whoop for Insta360 SMO 4K

Photo of Beta95X V3 drone
The new Beta95X V3 is the first FPV drone specially designed for the SMO 4K camera. Actually, this ultralight action cam was developed by BetaFPV in partnership with Insta360. Its newly designed pusher Whoop style frame is made of high-quality PA12 material, which can dampen noise and vibrations and have high abrasion resistance, bringing the drone in a more durable...