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Try ebay I found mine on there. It has some pretty high quality components and the performance is just great! First batch is white, later on more colour options will be available.
Hi Thanks for the great review. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. The 25mw setting is not enough for my area, can you tell me how to adjust it up to mw? And are emax branded props the only ones that fit with prop bolts?
Review: EMAX Babyhawk 85mm Brushless Micro Quad – Oscar Liang
I took the props off afterwards and spun up the other two in the Betaflight configurator, and they held at full throttle WITHOUT props on probably drawing far less amperagebut the other two are definitely dead: For Spektrum users, you can use satellite receiver, and there is 3.
It has more punch even on lower C rating packs. Just keep babyhawk stock. With Turnigy 2S mah 35C I get about 3 to 4 mins flying around. And the smaller the better: The motors are only listed as 2S in some locations. This allows easy and quick repair.
If might not be the smallest micro brushless quad, but if you remove the prop guards it looks much smaller somehow.
They are flashed with BLHeli-S I apparently picked mine up just a day after my local hobbytown started stocking them. Together they can generate up to g of thrust on a 2S pack according to Emax. I have not noticed any worse multi-path or signal reflection problems when flying indoor, compared to the CP setup on a Tiny Whoop such as FX Size matters for a micro quad, a lot!
I guess my question would be, do you have any more information on running 3s? It has a inwtructions more punch than the Moskito yet runs much quieter. But the Babyhawk is considerably larger comparing to the Tiny Whoop or even the Moskito due to larger frame and larger props.
I could only imagine what kind of fun it would be to run 4S on this beast: Prop guards are removeable by taking out the motor screws. My Babayhawk seems not work correctly.
Review: EMAX Babyhawk 85mm Brushless Micro Quad
The Babyhawk seems to be more forgiving to batteries than the Moskito. That would allow you to run 3S even 4S: But then I would worry about protecting that poor antenna in crashes: I get about m range with the stock VTX.
However I do believe Emax will change out the dipole for a CP antenna in the production version. However I felt like the build is not as well thought out as the Moskito The Babyhawk 85mm from Emax is a micro brushless quadcopter.
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When did they make the switch? The one i reviewed was a model and it was limited up to 3S. The FC is even rated up to 6S!! You said emax switched from babyhadk adjustable vtw to only 25mw. If yes how does it perform? Did you get a chance to dig into the OSD solution?