EMAX Tinyhawk BNF Drone

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The most difficult challenge EMAX continually faces is to push the boundaries of what is possible and accomplish what was before deemed irrational. The result led to the creation of a micro indoor racing drone driven by four powerful brushless motors configured into a revolutionary aerodynamic frame design which increases durability and improves flight performance. 

Dismantling any conventional thinking, EMAX went back to the drawing board and created something new to reach all of its design goals with no compromise. The Tinyhawk offers incredible performance, thanks to a powerful F4 processor and ultra fast Gyro system, creating the most stable flight experience ever in a miniature racing drone the size of the palm of your hand.

By creating an entirely new power system from the ground up, EMAX has achieved the perfect power to weight ratio, utilizing a lightweight micro brushless motor paired together with a state-of-the-art radical propeller design matched to the performance curve of the entire system.

Integrated into the Tinyhawk is a video transmission system with a first-person-view camera, allowing the pilot to utilize a compatible Virtual Reality goggle or screen to experience a pilot's view firsthand.

Every single element of the Tinyhawk has been designed for the precise purpose of increasing flight time and performance with unmatched durability. Sculptured and sleek, the frame offers a compelling form with an aerodynamic design that keeps your flights going for 4 minutes with speeds up to 56kph, giving you an edge against the competition.

With a commanding silhouette and striking delineation, Tinyhawk is the authoritative statement of modern indoor racing drones.

42g w/1s 450mAh Battery
Frame Material: Polycarbonate
Motors: 15000kV
Flight Controller: F4 w/Matek F411 Firmware
ESC: 4-in-1 3A
Receiver: EMax Tiny Receiver - Compatible w/ FrSky D8 Mode
Camera/VTX: 600TVL, 25mW, 37 Channels, 5.8GHz

This product was added to our catalog on November 2, 2018