Advertised with top speed of 170 Km/h, the GEPRC Sparrow GEP-MX3 is certainly not a learn-to-fly drone. You need serious piloting skills to hold in check this mini racing quadcopter.
Crashes are inevitable even for pro pilots, but thanks to the 3K carbon fiber frame and aluminium alloy canopy the Sparrow GEP-MX3 should survive in light impacts.
Instead of a no-name FPV camera, GEPRC opted for the RunCam Micro Swift. The camera is paired with a 72 CH 5.8G VTX with adjustable broadcast power. According to your needs and flight environment, you can toggle between 25mW, 100mW and 250mW.
GEPRC Sparrow GEP-MX3 features and specs
- 139mm sized 3K carbon fiber frame (3 mm thick);
- Aluminium alloy super strong canopy;
- HGLRC Highly integrated tower structure electronic;
- BF3-EVO Betaflight F3 flight controller;
- 28A 2-4S Blheli_S BB2 4 in 1 ESC;
- Powerful 1408 3500KV brush-less motors;
- 3-blade propellers;
- Runcam Micro Swift camera with 2.1 mm lens (FOV 160°);
- 72CH 5.8G FPV video transmitter with adjustable broadcast power (25, 100 or 250mW);
- Optional Frsky R-XSR radio receiver;
- Flight speed up to 170 KM/h.
The Sparrow GEP MX3 drone was announced in two variants, BNF and PNP. Bind N Fly version comes with Frsky R-XSR radio receiver, which allows to be used with the Taranis Q X7 transmitter.