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I’m reviewing four micro quadcopters: the BetaFPV Beta 75X, the HappyModel Mobula 7, the Newbeedrone Acrobee, and the Emax Tinyhawk. Why am I putting all four of these into one review? Because each one has its own strengths and weaknesses, and comparing them back to back really brings that out.
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0:00 – Introduction
1:19 – Newbeedrone Acrobee, a “Real Tiny Whoop”. What to love and what to hate about them.
2:41 – The rest of the quads in the roundup. What makes the Beta 75X, Tinyhawk, and Mobula 7 different?
6:27 – Acrobee flight test and commentary.
10:25 – Beta 75X flight test and commentary.
13:09 – Emax Tinyhawk flight test and commentary.
16:50 – Mobula 7 flight test and commentary.
21:36 – Final conclusion and recommendation of which quad is right for which situation.
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You can fit the Caddax Tubo Eos 2 on the Mobula7, but you’ll need a different Canope.
My order is allready out and I’m upgradeing to 200mW as well for better Video!
Are there some reasonable Motors for it with bearings?
and the ur65 to rule them al
A frequent follower that bought whoop’s based on your reviews.
I am currently waiting for a Mobula 7, but I didn’t know about V2 HD and I have ordered the V1. 🙁
Does the Mobula 7 V1 have the turtle mode to turn itself right?
Is there a huge difference in camera image quality between V1 and V2 H2
Does any Whoop come with 16:9 camera?
Witch lipo’s do you suggest to get over 2.3min flight time? Thx for the review keep up the great work 🤙🏼
I hate Banggood but was going to give it another try. But the coupon is already expired. 😢. Love your videos Josh. One of the reasons I’m giving FPV a try. Thanks for all the great info.
fuck the trashcan!!!!!!
eachine shouldn’t make such a big deal over somthing they cant deliver on
lots and lots of people are feeling lied to and still dont have the quad or an eta that they can trust
mobula all the way, eachine copied it anyway!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I love your stinger transitions Joshua, where are you sourcing them from?
Newby question, Do any of these come ready to bind to a Flysky transmitter?
Still like the Tinyhawk best because I mostly fly micros indoors. Best design and build quality I’ve seen in a micro. Don’t really understand why people buy those more powerful micros to fly outdoors when you could just get a proper 3 or even 5 inch quad. I feel like lots of the peeps buying those more powerful micros will end up having trouble with them indoors or racing, which is where they’ll probably fly them 80% of the time. Hey, could be wrong though.
What if you just call them “whoops”, and leave the “tiny” part for referring to the original?
Can they do 3D?
Hi JB, need your thoughts please. I have the M7, removed one of the ph2.0 foro 1s indoor flying and added an xt30 for outdoor on a v3 frame. Flew 2 packs on 2s, plugged in the 3rd and nothing. Connected a 1 s via ph2.0 and all was fine. Rechecked all solder joints etc and all good. I presume somethings gone bad with the onboard 1s/2s sensor? Any ideas of a fix, if not, would you swap to an f4 f/c from trashcan etc or replace with like for like? TIA
What kind of motor was on the AcroBee? I am guessing standard. Could just be usefull to know. I am getting my AcroBee next week but I opted for the full kit so I have both Silver and Gold motor in the kit. Anyways I will be flying mostly indoors but will occasionally take it for a spin outside while it is good weather.
Can i start off by saying im loving ur channel, glad i found it, very informative and detailed imo. subbed!
Really love this idea of having more than 1 drone/product reviewed at once. Wish id have found this a couple of months ago before i bought a generic whoop, still fun though 🙂
Has yourself or anyone done this with similar priced goggles or other products related to the hobby? I ask because im struggling to make my mind up on what kind of ‘budget FPV goggles’ to purchase for my 1st pair. From what i can gather the top 3 seem to be ‘FatShark Recon V2’ or ‘Eachine VRD3’ or ‘TopSky 1S’. Seems a few differences between them in terms of build quality (not heard much good about the ‘TopSky 1S’ as far as build quality goes though maybe im behind with any news on that?) with different reviewers saying they prefer X, Y or Z. Between the 3 there seems to be a great budget pair waiting to be made?
General point….id love to see more direct comparison vids (head to head…to head) by reviewers and YouTubers, especially for field tests and gear/parts/equipment in same price bracket. One review of 3 products about $100 is more helpful than 3 seperate reviews on 3 products imo as its easier for a viewer to see instantly whats performing best. I do believe though there would be an audience for both vids!
Sorry to go off track with this but you seem very knowledgable so thought there’d be no harm asking for advice.
Keep up the great work Sir and happy flying!
Great to see JB, nicely done as always👏
Great video. I saw your previous video on the EMAX Tinyhawk and yep- I got it. My first tiny whoop quad. Only flown indoors and found it awesome. Tomorrow is her first outdoor maiden. Cheers and appreciate your videos. Cheers. 🙂 oh yeah I got the rtf version…awesome!