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Posted by scousethief | Jan 30, 2018 @ 07:42 AM | 7,871 Views

Eachine Lizard MK II Tony Stark style ( lots of metal ) review model on the way.

Specifications: User Manual download
Brand Name: Eachine
Item Name: Lizard 105S Micro FPV RACING DRONES BNF
Weight: 80g( battery not include)
Flight controller: F4 Flight controller built-in OSD with Damping box IMU
Motor: Eachine 1104 KV6000 brushless motor
ESC:BS-28A 4IN1 ESC DSHOT600 Ready
Propeller: 60mm 4-blades propeller
Camera: 130Degree 720P Camera
DVR: 1280*720 Real HD Video recorder
VTX: 5.8g 25MW/200MW Switchable 48CH Video transmitter
Battery: 14.8V 550mah 60C lipo battery
OSD: Betaflight OSD
Firmware of Flight controller :Betaflight 3.2
Rear LED Ready( LED_Strip function)
Buzzer Ready

Receiver Option:
-Compatible Frsky XM+ Receiver with Telemetry
-Compatible Flysky 10ch AFHDS2A receiver Ibus output with Telemetry
-Compatible Specktrum DSM2/DSMX Compatible receiver

Flight controller Specification:
-Mount hole: 20mm*20mm
-Processor: STM32F405RGT6
-Sensor: SPI Sensor MPU6000 with Damping box mounted
-Built-in Betaflight OSD ( Batt voltage, RSSI , Artificial HZ , Fly mode , -Flytime, Craft name etz.)
-Firmware version: Betaflight 3.2
-Target: Omnibus F4SD
-Work voltage: 2S-4S lipo battery

ESC specification:
-Mount hole: 20mm*20mm
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Posted by scousethief | Jan 03, 2018 @ 08:38 AM | 8,693 Views

*** On hold , there are some issues with the cameras 5ghz system and the GPS that need resolving***

The EX1 is the latest quadcopter released by prolific manufacturer Eachine , a clone of the JJRC X3 and sporting looks similar to those previously seen in the Hubsan brand of quads the EX1 is a budget friendly entry into the world of aerial photography, the back bone of the quad is of course its flight controller which utilizes GPS and software to provide a safety net of "return to home" features ensuring for the most part your devices safe return therefore allowing you to spend more time in flight concentrating on the more important issues , like seagull chasing..

As things progress more features are added to our devices allowing systems like "headless mode" to provide a safety net in case orientation is lost but further enhancements were rather slow in being incorporated. As technology advances and prices are lowered more manufacturers are starting to incorporate realtime feedback to their products in the form of basic battery monitoring and GPS receivers , these are combined to provide safety features such as LV-RTH ( Low Voltage Return to Home ) and position hold , in more advanced models features like Orbit and waypoints are also added.
The latest "feature" to be included to the line up is the...Continue Reading