Blade Inductrix FPV Pro Micro FPV Drone Unboxing, Maiden Flight, and Review. This is the Unboxing, Maiden Flight, and Review for the new Blade Inductrix FPV Pro Micro FPV Drone.
In this video I compare it to some other Compact FPV Drones such as the Original Blade Inductrix, Poke FPV, and the Blade Nano QX2 FPV. I didn't buy an original Blade Inductrix FPV, which was modeled after the Tiny Whoop, but I did discuss some of the differences between the two in the video.
Here are links to some of my FPV gear:
Fat Shark Dominator V3 Goggles: http://bit.ly/2Mq0ADP
ImmersionRC SpiroNET V2 5.8GHz Patch FPV Antenna: http://bit.ly/2Ki9rXw
Spektrum DX6 Radio: https://goo.gl/8oWaK1
Here are my review notes:
- It looks really cool
- More responsive
- 19,000 kv motors
- An upgraded airframe for durability
- Comes with a bigger battery than the original Inductrix
- Maiden flight was nearly 4 minutes
- 5.8GHZ FPV
- It is BNF so I can use it with my Spektrum DX6
- Betaflight configurable
- It is lighter than the original Blade Inductrix FPV
- It is much louder than I expected
- It experienes random shakes or "jumps" in the air
- 25mW camera/VTX combo
- The VTX gets hot pretty quickly
I am every curious to see how this performs outside as I hope it is something I can fly when I take out my EMAX Babyhawk too.
This is how Horizon Hobby describes it:
"The Inductrix FPV Pro is the high-performance, micro FPV drone taking indoor racing performance to the next level. Building on the popular Inductrix platform, the Inductrix FPV Pro answers the call to those seeking heightened performance in a lightened, more durable profile. A significant feature is the Betaflight configurable flight controller which provides you the freedom to adjust all flight parameters, rates, and gains to fit your flying style. A new frame design with added reinforcements improves durability, making crashes worry-free. A new and improved camera and VTX combo flaunt a smaller monopole and lighter profile, while giving you more frequencies and bands to choose from. The included removable canopy gives the micro racer a sleek new design and color scheme without hindering weight or performance. The included 200mAh battery offers ample flight times, increased by the lighter overall profile. With the Bind-N-Fly completion level, all you have to do is bind a compatible Spektrum transmitter and you're off to the races.
Improved Frame: Based on the Inductrix FPV, the updated frame design boasts added reinforcements in addition to a much stronger material.
Betaflight Configurable: The F3 flight controller comes pre-flashed and tuned with Betaflight firmware, yet allows a pilot to adjust all flight characteristics, modes, rates and gains to their preference.
High Performance 25mW camera/VTX: Impressive optics and integrated 25mW VTX with monopole antenna offer performance and durability in a sleek and lightweight profile.
Extremely Lightweight: Even with all the improvements, it comes in lighter than the original Inductrix FPV.
High Speed Motors: 19,000Kv + motors offer rapid throttle response and high top speed while maintaining stability.
New Canopy: New canopy offers essential protection for flight controller and components, while staying unobtrusive and extremely lightweight.
BNF® Completion: No soldering or tinkering necessary, high performance right out-of-the-box."
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