It’s a Toothpick, at least it has the characteristics with a minimalist structure and two-bladed propellers. The Wasp V2 is based on a carbon structure with 4 mm thick arms, it measures 7.9 x 7.9 x 4.5 cm for a weight of 35 grams without the battery. The motors are brushless 0802 to 14000KV for Gemfan two-bladed propellers of 6.5 cm diameter. At the heart of the system is a flight controller based on an F4 processor, flashed with Betaflight, with an integrated OSD, and associated with an ESC 4 in 1 of 5A BLheli_S Dshot600.
The FPV camera is an 800TVL NTSC model, coupled with a 5.8 GHz analog video transmitter compatible with 40 frequencies, capable of transmitting at 25 mW, 100 mW and 200 mW, all adjustable via SmartAudio and equipped with a dipole antenna. The device is available without a radio receiver, or with a choice of a DSMX, Flysky, Futaba AC900, FrSky D8, FrSky XM, FrSky D16 Non-EU, or Crossfire Nano RX compatible receiver from TBS. To power the Wasp V2, Geelang recommends a Lipo or LiHV 2S from 350 to 450 mAh, to be connected with an XT30 connector.
Propellers and motors are matching, in pink, and the central fairing is translucent white. It holds the FPV camera and allows to tilt it. LEDs are also housed in the fairing. The Wasp V2 is shown with an Insta360 GO camera in a TPU bracket. Of course, this camera is not delivered with the camera, but the TPU bracket is included.