Fly Fox 110 - Brushless Micro FPV Quadro WITH Smart Audio :)

Discussion in 'Quadcopters' started by DutchRC, Feb 26, 2018.

  1. Halloa guys :)

    soooo yes.. I've got me another FPV quadro in about a week ago :) It's a 110mm size one, and if you have followed my channel you might remember me daying I didn't really want smaller then 140/130 size quads anymore.. Mostly because most/all of them have crappy Cmos camera's, and are mostly quite fragile..

    So yeah.. I couldn't resist ordering this Fly Fox because this one Does have a nice CCD cam, and on top of that: Smart Audio :D (Tramp protocol)

    Link to this quadcopter: Fly Fox 110 micro FPV quad at HobbyCool

    And here are my initial findings:



    Specifications:
    Wheelbase: 110mm
    Frame base: 3mm carbon fiber
    Flight controller: Omnibus F4
    Firmware: Betaflight 3.2
    Motors: 1106 7600 Kv
    ESC's: Dshot 600 20A
    Camera: Sony CCD 600 tvl
    VTX: 25 / 100 / 200 mW 48 channel
    Lipo: +/- 500 mAh 2S or 3S (2S included)
    OSD: yes
    Smart Audio: yes
    Leds: yes
    Buzzer: yes
     
  2. Howdy guys :)

    soooo! Update time on this Fly Fox 110 then! I left you with a vibrating quad in the last video, which is no good offcourse..

    I threw other props & a better lipo on it.. Did that help??

     
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  3. Time for a LONG term review of this 2" quads :)
    Partly because the brand (what IS the brand actually??) isn't well known..

     
  4. TomMonton

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    She truly is an impressive little bird and appears to hold really well. Like diving on a throttle punch and being able to hold its position well.... not wobble out of a loop ... grab air and go.

    I did give this one a good look but thought it better to run with prop guards through the trees where I'm at.

    This does make for an excellent upgrade if I decide i want to play freestyle. It's cool anymore how they get so much power out of these little 2 inch 2s frames.

    Very good review on this one and I appreciate the follow through Dutch and you're right. Some products honestly earn that honorable mention.
     
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  5. Thanks brother :)
    good evaluation! It flies very Preciese indeed, which can't be said for all quads in this size (as you know ;))
    allso enough power on catch a dive smoothly indeed.. It really flies like a 4-inch on 4S :)
     
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  6. Aaaaaand.. yet another update on this FlyFox 110 :)
    One of mine is bit worse for wear, so.. Time to have a look at a different frame for it :)

     
  7. TomMonton

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    I am amazed that you could even spot that fracture at all.

    Have you tried those props on the et-115 ?

    Nice looking setup too btw.

    .... and did you need to realign or did it all fall into place as is.
     
    Last edited: Jun 18, 2018
  8. It was a (very) easy swap.. screws-out.. screws-in and I recorded the flight :)

    Hadn't thought of that! I might indeed try those props on the ET115 (though I don't dislike it's stock props)
     

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