The GoFly Scorpion 80HD was a very successful small device, capable of shooting videos with very little vibration despite its nano format. Here is its successor the Scorpion 90HD, which uses almost the same ingredients, with a diagonal of 9 cm from motor to motor. A little bit bigger, therefore. The camera is a hybrid model, the RunCam Split Mini 2, which provides real-time video feedback with a FOV of 130 ° and a WDR function. At the same time, it films in 1920 x 1080 pixels at 60 frames per second with a FOV of 165°, recording the images on a microSD memory card.
The images are broadcast by a 5.8 GHz video transmitter compatible with 40 channels, capable of transmitting at 25 mW (the maximum authorized in France) or 200 mW to go further, with possible settings via the Smart Audio protocol. The structure is plastic, with propeller fairings to limit the dangerousness of the device. The motors are 1105 to 4500KV brushless for 2-inch quad propellers. The flight controller that manages everything is based on an F4 processor, with an active OSD and flashed with Betaflight. It is associated with an ESC 4 in 1 of 15A. This configuration weighs 69 grams for dimensions of 14 x 12 x 3 cm.
The Scorpion 90HD can be delivered without radio receiver, or with an AC900, DSMX, Flysky RX2A or FrSky XM + receiver, as desired. A buzzer is on board, to more easily find the device in case of loss. It is designed to be powered by a 3S or 4S battery, of around 450 mAh. The price ? It will be offered from $159.00 at Banggood.