Do you want the mid-range? Going on flights far beyond direct sight is very exciting! Obviously, French regulations prohibit you from doing so, so it will be necessary to practice during holidays abroad. Which frame to choose? Eachine offers the Tyro129 280mm, a large format camera equipped with 7 inch propellers. The frame is made of carbon with 5 mm thick arms. The motors are brushless 2507 to 1800KV driven by a 45A 4 in 1 ESC!
There is an Eachine controller based on an F4 processor, with an altimeter barometer and a GPS and Glonass receiver. It is flashable in Betaflight or iNav, with an active OSD. The video part is provided by a Caddx Turbo F2 camera, 1200TVL, associated with a 5.8 GHz video transmitter compatible with 40 channels, with a power of 25 mW (the maximum allowed in France… but this device is not intended to evolve in France), 200 mW or 600 mW. The Tyro129 280mm is delivered with two sets of DALProp Cyclone T7056C three-blade propellers. The weight, excluding receiver and battery, is 356 grams.
It obviously consists in knowing if this configuration is subject to vibrations, since the principle is to equip the camera with a GoPro sports camera to come back with beautiful images. TPU support for GoPro Session 5 is provided in the box. To take off? A radio receiver must be added – preferably TBS Crossfire or FrSky R9M. You also need a battery. Eachine recommends a Lipo 5S between 1600 and 2200 mAh, but the equipment is compatible with 6S batteries.
The Tyro129 280mm is available at $129.00 only at Banggood. Why this super light price? Because, like Eachine’s other Tyros, the device is delivered in a kit to be assembled. Prepare the soldering iron, be patient….