At iFlight, there was the Alpha A85, the Alpha A65. Here is the Alpha A75, available in version with analog video return or with digital video return compatible DJI. The device is built on a plastic structure, with a diagonal of motor to motor of 7.8 cm for dimensions of 10.3 x 10.3 cm. The motors are brushless Xing-E 1103 at 8000KV for 1.6 inch Gemfan 1635 three-blade propellers and 4 cm HQProp four-blade propellers.
The flight controller is a SucceX-D F4 AIO, a 2in1 based on an F4 processor with an 8MB Blackbox and an ESC 4in1 of 20A BLheli_S, flashed with Betaflight. The HD version is equipped with a Nebula Nano camera associated with a Caddx Vista box, with an LHCP polarized Albatross antenna. This configuration is compatible with DJI’s digital headphones, and with DJI’s radio control. The device, without battery, weighs 66.9 grams. iFlight also offers a version with a Nano2 camera from RunCam 700TVL and a 5.8 GHz analog video transmitter with a power of 25 mW, 100 mW, 200 mW and 300 mW. The antenna is a RHCP polarized Albatross. This version weighs, without battery, 52.1 grams. iFlight indicates having prepared soft kinematic settings at the factory to ensure smooth flights.
The device is sold without battery. iFlight recommends 3S lipos of 450 mAh with an XT30 connector to power the Alpha A75. Both versions can be delivered without a radio receiver (you have to install your own, except for the HD version which is directly compatible with the DJI radio control), or with an XM+ or R-XSR receiver from FrSky, or Crossfire Nano RX from TBS.