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Blade Nano QX2 FPV BNF
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- Nano QX2 FPV BNF
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There’s nothing like the exhilarating feeling of your first FPV flight. State-of the-art SAFE® technology inside the Blade® Nano QX2 FPV drone offers control that gives you the confidence to navigate even the toughest indoor courses with ease. SAFE® Technology The Blade® Nano QX2 FPV drone features exclusive SAFE® (Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope) technology, a revolutionary electronic flight envelope protection system that’s custom tuned with intuitive flight modes that make flying with confidence easy for anyone. Because your access to the flight modes is right from a switch on your transmitter, you can make a split-second switch any time and stay in control. Beginner mode Pitch and roll limits are locked to offer a limited flight envelope while electronic self-leveling offers positive stability the instant you release the sticks. This mode allows for around a 20 degree bank angle and is perfect for entry-level indoor racing or just learning. Agility mode Pitch and roll limits are removed and pilots can fly with the enhanced precision AS3X® technology delivers in all aerobatic maneuvers. This mode offers the advanced pilot full agility for aerobatics and free style. Put Yourself in the Pilot’s Seat From a tiny video camera mounted on this drone, real-time action is delivered before your eyes on a headset you wear like eyeglasses. It’s an RC experience so immersive that you’ll feel as though you’re actually sitting in the pilot’s seat. The Nano QX2 FPV requires an FPV headset on 5.8GHz like the easy-to-use Spektrum™, Fat Shark Focal™ FPV Headset (SPMVR2500) that features wireless head tracking and channel selection (sold separately).
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An industry expert recommended that I try the Nano QX FPV. I already had a bunch of extra batteries and props for the QX so I was looking forward to being able to use them. The original QX FPV is no longer available so I bought the QX2 FPV instead. When it arrived I quickly discovered that it is an entirely new airframe with larger props. None of my spare parts could be used. Now I need to invest in a bunch of props and spare batteries for the QX2. My bad, I should have checked the spec's before buying. It comes with 1 extra set of props. You'll want a lot more. While the QX2 FPV has the same overall motor to motor diameter of 105 mm (4.125",) it weighs 50g (w/battery) versus 18g for the Nano QX. The QX2 requires 500 mAh batteries versus 150 mAh for the QX.
Initial setup and first flight: First off, the battery was a really tight fit. So tight I was afraid I would damage something trying to slide it into its cradle. I careful negotiated it into place, pluged it in, and quickly bound it to my Spektrum DX6. I was too eager to fly so I didn't mess with programming any dual or exponential rates. I was really surprised how much better control you have when you use a good transmitter. A beginner won't mind, but one you develop good flying skills, you will want to upgrade from the toy-like controllers that come with inexpensive RC products. The Horizon/E-Flie/Blade/Spektrum product line is great. I love being able to purchase inexpensive RTF/BNF aircraft without needing to install any radio equipment.
I turned on my FPV goggles (Fatshark Attitude V3) and the image from the quad came right up. The initial image seemed disturbingly bright and washed out, but the image quality turned out fine. I put on the goggles and took my first try at INDOOR FPV flying. It went great. I had great control, and most importantly, wasn't stressing about hurting anyone or losing my drone. I could now fly FPV without having to find someone to help me. The first evening I flew 4 flights, and by the end I was confidently flying through door ways, zipping around from room to room.
The props already need replacing, but one replacement set is included. You'll want more right away.
I am really glad I already had a nice transmitter and goggles. I have finally achieved the FPV experience I have dreamed of for decades. The Nano QX2 is a blast indoors, and works well outdoors too. The camera works well, but struggles when you look right into as bright light, at the sun, or when flying out an open door.
FPV RC is not a cheap hobby. It takes about $300-$500 in additional equipment (transmitter and goggles) to take full advantage of the capabilities of this $160 FPV quadcopter. If are thinking about getting into FPV racing, I strongly recommend buying a good radio and goggles and learning to fly FPV with a Nano QX2. It isn't fun flying a high performance FPV racer when you are worried about crashing or losing your drone drone. Building confidence with a cheaper drone is totally worth the incremental investment. Other benefits: the replacement parts are cheap, and you are much less likely to hurt someone (or yourself) with a plastic 50 gram drone than a carbon fiber 600 gram drone. Flying inside is a blast when the weather is less than favorable.
My only reservation in recommending it is that it is not as nice to fly indoors as a TinyWhoop and not as nice outdoors as a brushless quad so it's sort of a strange middle ground. If you have a small park you like to fly in that's a bit too small for a brushless quad then this could be a nice solution. Otherwise, if you are looking to fly both indoors and outdoors in a decent size park/field/parking lot and can afford more than on quad, a Tiny Whoop to and brushless quad might be a better bet.
Make sure you set up your mode switches per the instruction manual and as soon as you are comfortable flying it in stability mode, try out the Acro mode. I set up some rate switches that added a bunch of expo -- I've got a 3-way that I set to 80% rate + 70 expo, 100% rate + 60 expo, and 100% + 35 expo. I started learning Acro on the highest expo setting and after a while moved to the faster rates.
Although the arms seem a bit flimsy, it makes the thing virtually indestructable. I've had dozens of crashes from 10 or o feet up into the grass (and sometimes the pavement), and the worst thing I've done is lost a prop. Just make sure you pop down the props after each crash or flight to minimize chance of losing one.
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