As the winter is already knocking on the door, it’s time to reorient us from big drones to some more compact ones that are capable of indoor flying. With wheelbase of 95mm the FuriBee QAV95 seems perfect for outdoor flights as well as indoors fun.
Biggest advantage of the FuriBee QAV95 over the popular TinyWhoop is that adopts brush-less motors instead of brushed ones. They are more powerful, accurate and reliable.
Equipped with Omnibus F3 flight controller, it can be configured with 3 level of flight modes. While Angle mode being fully stabilized is suitable for newbies, Acro/Rate mode aka Free Style mode is suitable for experienced pilots. In addition you can configure “Horizon” mode, which is a mix between Stab mode and Acro mode.
FuriBee QAV95 features and specs
- 95mm sized carbon fiber frame;
- OMNIBUS F3 flight controller with BetaFlight OSD;
- Multiple flight modes;
- 1104 7500KV brush-less motors;
- 4-in-1 BLHeli – S DShot 20A ESC with built-in 5V BEC;
- 5-blade propellers (max 2 inch);
- 700TVL camera with 1/4″ CMOS image sensor;
- 5.8G, 48CH VTX with adjustable broadcast power (0, 25, 600 mW);
- Compatible with DSMX, DSM2, PPM and SBUS radio receivers;
- RGB navigation LED lights;
- Loud buzzer (75dB);
- 2-3s 500 mAh Li-Po battery suggested.
A 700TVL camera is on front of the aicraft. Paired with a 48 channel VTX with up to 600 mW broadcast power, FPV range is not an issue.
Unfortunately, the contents of the box is rather poor. Does not includes transmitter nor flight battery. According to the FuriBee QAV95 specs 2s as well as 3s Li-Po batteries are supported.