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EMAX Tinyhawk S FPV Racing Drone Brushless Drone

EMAX Tinyhawk S FPV Racing Drone Brushless Drone

75mm 4in1 F4 Flight Controller 600TVL Camera BNF

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Here comes a 75mm EMAX mini indoor racing drone BNF version. Equipped with F4 flight control, 4 in 1 5A ESC, 15500KV motor and 600TVL camera, it will bring high performance. Just take it home, and enjoy your flying!

Durable polypropylene plastic frame with propeller guards.
25MW VTX and 600tvl Camera included for fun FPV flight.
Comes with 2 batteries: 1S 450mah 4.35V+2S 300mah 7.4V.
EMAX Tiny RX Receiver ( Compatible with Frsky D8 / D16), fast F4 Processor for smooth stable flight characteristics.
Newly engineered TH0802 15500KV brushless motor that is both smaller in scale in order to reduce weight, but also enable to spin at higher RPMs.
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Brand Name: Emax
Model: Tinyhawk S
Item Name: 75mm F4 OSD FPV Racing Drone
Flight Controller: MATEKF411 F4 Flight Controller
ESC: 5A 4in1 ESC
Motor: TH0802 15500KV Motor
Propeller: Avan TH Tinyhawk
Battery: 1S 450mah 4.35V+2S 300mah 7.4V
Receiver: EMAX Tiny RX (Compatible with Frsky D8 / D16)
VTX: 37CH 25mW VTX 
Camera: 600TVL CMOS Camera
Weight: 30g
Size: 11 * 9.5 * 3cm

Package Information:
Package Size: 16 * 16 * 6cm / 6.3 * 6.3 * 2.36in
Package Weight: 200g
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* Do not continue flying over 2-3 batteries without taking a break, which is no good for the life of the drone.
* Don't over-charge, or over-discharge batteries. Don't put it beside the high temperature condition. Don't throw it into fire. Don't throw it into water.
* There could be some deviations due to manual measurement or slight color difference owing to photographing condition. Thank you for your understand.
Note: The BNF version does not includes the remote controller.

Package List:
1 * Racing Drone
1 * Carry Case
2 * Battery
1 * USB Charger
4 * Spare propeller


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  • By Chris Clayton

    April 28, 2020

    First of all, I have to say I was really disappointed how slow this thing was with a 1s lipo. I owned the original RTF model and after going into Betaflight and changing the flight profile from 1 to 3 the little thing ripped for a 1s. It was quick, while, could turn on a dime and that was just factory. I don't know what quad all the reviewer's were flying but I definitely remember more than 1 of them saying that 1s ripped and 2s was almost too fast. Wow! No wonder these guys get free quads. Lol. 2nd problem, I get major blackouts right in the middle of flight. My 2nd day out I almost lost it 3 times. I basically had to just buzz around my head for 3 minutes. I mean the first Tinyhawk had great video and really pretty decent range. So with the "S" I was pumped for even better video and range, more speed and boy have I been duped! I bought all kinds of batteries, top hat for the camera, l.e.d.'s for the frame, an extra frame, which I sanded down and then custom Painted it with a tri tone flip black to hold metallic paint job. So, I guess it's time to operate....? Any ideas on how to fix this puppy and turn it into a BEAST?! I have a 200mw Switchable VTX I could add? I have an EOS2 Caddx. I was thinking about going with an xt30 but I have all these 1s batteries...? Maybe I should do a little double PH 2.0 set up like the Mobula 7?? Then I could add an adapter and run xt30's but then am I just bottle necking the juice anyway?? I have to say both quads do fly very nice. Anyone just getting started I would definitely say either would be a great first fpv quad! I keep telling my wife even she could fly Well, any advice would greatly be appreciated!!! Ty

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  • By Robert

    March 24, 2020

    I am a fan of emax. I have many of their products and I've had good experiences with their customer support when I've had issues. The problem I have with this model is as soon as you crash it you're going to knock the camera loose. That seriously annoyed me. I ended up having to buy a 3d printed holder in order to fix the issue. Also the angle of the camera is not adjustable and It's set pretty high. I can get used to that but if you're flying indoors (which is why I purchased this) I found it a to be a bit too high. Secondly the camera quality itself is lacking, its flyable in daylight but I had problems with some white out when I had to turn the lights on in the house. The 25 MW vtx has a tendency to break up a little a little lacking if you're flying in a multi-story building. The other thing to note is EMax should update their pictures. You will receive a 2 port charger not a 3 port. Not a 'huge' deal but your media should match what is received. Stock flight times on the 1s I get about 3.5 to 4 minutes depending of course on how aggressive I'm flying. I have not flown on the 2s -- waiting for spring.

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  • By ReefD

    March 24, 2020


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  • By Jon Smith

    March 22, 2020

    Not really much more to say - it's sturdy and flies well. Get U one!

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  • By Blake S.

    March 21, 2020

    Great micro! I’ve started a collection now lol, only thing they mess up is instead of giving me the tinyhawk s board with the side motor plugs I keep getting tinyhawk s with the top mount motor plug like on the original tinyhawk

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  • By Francis Ready

    March 21, 2020

    This thing is super stable, at least on 1s, I haven't flown it on 2s yet. Great flying in the house or outside on calm days! I use Betaflight to configure it with my Taranis X9D, and setup was fairly straight forward and simple. With stock 1s battery I get almost 5 minutes flight time. I noticed after about 3 minutes voltage drop was noticeable, so I turned on VBAT PID in betaflight to help correct flight characteristics as voltage drops. Very durable and Turtle mode very cool! OSD is VERY customizable through Betaflight. If I were to suggest just one drone as a first time drone, the Emax Tiny Hawk would be it!

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  • By daryl

    March 19, 2020

    Works great learned on sim for a week ripped this in the house for a week and now onto 5” still bust this guy out on bad days run around the house the kid chases it great for beginners

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  • By James Sweet

    March 18, 2020

    It’s a great kawd to start learning how to fly Fpv. It holds up to crashes and it’s a great flyer out the box.

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  • By Dennis R

    March 18, 2020

    Really enjoy my tinyhawk, it’s easy to fly and durable.. but suffer the failure with the camera as others ..

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  • By BIGLUG24

    March 17, 2020

    really fun to fly

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  • By Darryl Ivy

    March 16, 2020

    Best 1s tiny whoop style I've ever flown so easy to handle

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  • By Mike K

    March 14, 2020

    I love the Tinyhawk S! I've started flying FPV quadcopters in May and instantly got hooked. Now that winter is here and it's hard to fly outside for long without freezing, the Tinyhawk is great because I can fly inside without worrying about breaking something. It's pretty quick and powerful if you push it, but it's also small, light, and controllable to easily fly in small spaces. I work overnight in a retail store and fly it through the aisle and the shelves on my lunch! And it's taken many crashes with no damage. Plus it's running Betaflight and fully configurable to get it to fly exactly how you want it to. I wish the VTX was a little more powerful than 25mw, since it really hurts the range. The built in FrSky RX isn't the best either, however it supports SBUS if you want to wire in an external RX. But even stock, I'm more than satisfied with it and I fly it every day!

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  • By Brad

    March 13, 2020

    Flies great once you get it bound to your controller.

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  • By Kevo

    March 13, 2020

    Another bonus is it's an f4 flight controller so with the right betaflight code people can us it to play on any of the most common fpv simulators.

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  • By Vernon

    March 12, 2020

    This is good for a beginner and is good for people who have been flying

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  • By T.O.

    March 11, 2020

    Great lil whoop fun pretty durable but not unbreakable great for beginners I recommend it. Something you can tease your wife with and teach your friend or kid/s 😁 i recommend this over the other whoops for the best all around Lil guy.

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  • By Josh Watkins

    March 11, 2020

    Love this tinyhawk S. Great for practice

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  • By Chris

    March 11, 2020

    Cool little indoor drone. Very fast on 2s. But the video range isnt that great. Need to install a better VTX to really enjoy it...

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  • By Douglas McPheters

    March 10, 2020

    After enjoying the 1s Tinyhawk I thought to see what the 2s version would be all about. Lemme tell ya, there was ZERO disappointment. I don't have any instruments to check speed but there was every bit of a 30-40% increase in punch when going to 2s power. If it held an HD camera, it'd be all the quad one would need... When I get to go flying it's the first quad I put in the air!

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  • By Seth

    February 4, 2020

    I've had this about a week and have already beaten the crap out of it. Tons of fun, but lots of issues (that have been solved with the Tinyhawk II). The main issue being the camera, 1 If you wreck it the camera pops loose and you have to disassemble the whole thing to put the camera back - I've gone ahead and hot glued the camera back in place at this point. The TinyHawk II has an external camera mount that is adjustable, so even if it does move, you can just move it back without lots of maintenance, and it's adjustable where the S is fixed position (or random position after a wreck) 2 While the unit is fairly durable, the fan guards still seem to break. I tried to re-glue two of them and one has held while the other ended up breaking lose again and completely broke off (see photo) and is now lost somewhere in my house... The TinyHawk II looks a little more sturdy all around especially with the guards being double stemmed. I actually really like this, and if there wasn't a better version of it, I'd totally give it 5 stars. I've actually had a lot of fun with this, but am looking forward to my Tinyhawk II. For the extra $10-20 I think the durability is going to be well worth it and the camera (and camera mount) have been upgrade. I've had a bit of issue with choppyness in the film around the house, not only have they claimed to make the default signal better, but they have also allowed an increase in power of the band.

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