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 ANT Nano camera and M02 25-250mW VTX, the digital edition with Nebula Nano camera and VISTA HD Digital VTX.
Curiously, the two versions adopt a different propulsion system. The analog has 1505-3400KV motors with HQ75 5-blade props and the digital 1506-3000KV motor withs Gemfan D76 5-blade props. There is a slight weight and a huge price difference between the two versions (145g – $209.99 vs 173g – $309.99).
Both BetaFPV Pavo30 variants are equipped with the same type of versatile Toothpick F722 AIO flight controller with integrated 35A ESC. For best performance, you need to power it with a 750-850mAH 4S LIPO pack. Without an additional camera on top, you can expect somewhere between 6 and 8 minutes of flight time.
According to your existing transmitter, you can opt between the following radio receivers: FrSky FCC, LBT, TBS Crossfire, or FUTABA. Digital edition is natively compatible with DJI FPV remote controllers.
BetaFPV Pavo30 features and specs
- Newly developed Pavo30 Pusher frame made of PA12 material (118mm wheelbase);
- Versatile F722 AIO flight controller with integrated 35A ESC;
- Analog and HD Digital FPV versions;
- 1505-3400KV motor + HQ75 5-blade prop or 1506-3000KV motor + Gemfan D76 5-blade prop;
- Caddix ANT Nano camera + 5.8Ghz 25-250mW VTX or Caddx Nebula Nano camera + VISTA HD Digital VTX;
- 4S LIPO compatible (750-850mAh suggested).