At first look, the Helifar FUUTON 2 is a rebranded HOLYBRO KOPIS 1, it has similar design and features. While the Kopis 1 is based on the first generation Kakute F4 flight controller, the Helifar FUUTON 2 has the upgraded one (second generation). Both adopt the same Holybro Atlatl HV 5.8G video transmitter.
Helifar offers their FUUTON 2 drone in two variants, PNP (no receiver) and BNF (with FrSky receiver). Both, are delivered without transmitter, battery and charger.
Made by 4 mm thick carbon fiber, the stretch-X frame looks very sturdy. Probably it will survive many crashes. At the end of each arm is a powerful Helifar 2305 2400KV brushless motor.
According to the manufacturer’s recommendation, the Helifar FUUTON 2 quadcopter can be powered with 4S 1300~1500mAh LiPo batteries. For best results you should use batteries with “C” ratting over 45.
Helifar FUUTON 2 core features & technical specs
- Robust stretch-X 3K carbon fiber frame;
- Versatile Holybro Kakute F4 V2 flight controller with ICM20689 ( SPI ) IMU and BetaFlight OSD;
- BLHeli_32 30A 3-4S ESC with DShot150, DShot300, DShot600, DShot1200, Multishot, Oneshot125 and Oneshot42 support;
- Helifar 2305 2400KV 3 – 4S powerful brushless Motors;
- 5045 three-leaf propellers;
- RunCam Micro Swift FPV camera;
- Holybro Atlatl HV 5.8G transmitter with adjustable broadcast power (Pit mode, 25mW, 100mW, 200mW, 400mW and 600mW);
- Weight: 0.2930 kg
- Size: 18.50 x 17.00 x 3.60 cm / 7.28 x 6.69 x 1.42 inches (L x W x H);
- 4S 1300~1500mAh 45-100C suggested LiPo battery.
Helifar opted to mount the RunCam Swift Mini camera on front of the FUUTON 2. Depending on your flight style you can adjust the tilt angle of the camera.
Included accessories with the Helifar FUUTON 2 drone:
- FPV antenna;
- OSD control board for the FPV camera;
- Lens cap;
- 2 sets of 5045 3-blade propellers;
- Battery strap;
- Pack of screws;
- Drone guide.