DJI’s digital video feedback system (see test here) seems perfectly suited for indoor flights with Cinewhoop type aircraft. This is the principle of this X DJI MegaBee from iFlight: small format with a 14.2 cm motor motor diagonal, it is able to carry a GoPro camera to film in 4K with fluid images. The propellers rotate inside protections that reduce its dangerousness and allow you to stay in flight even when touching obstacles. The main frame is made of 3 mm thick carbon. The total dimensions are 15.5 x 12 x 2.5 cm, weighing 299 grams with the DJI system but without the battery.
There is a mini SucceX-D Mini F7 tower. It includes a flight controller based on an F7 processor, with an altimeter barometer and 2 gyroscopes, flashed with Betaflight. The tower also offers a 40A DShot600 ESC 4 in 1 directly connected to the flight controller by a slick. Tablecloths connect the flight controller to the DJI FPV Air Unit, reducing the number of power wires. TPU parts hold the box in place, others guide the two antennas. Note that the flight controller connector is USB-C type. The engines are Xing 1408 to 3600 KV for Gemfan three-bladed propellers with a diameter of 7.5 cm.
That’s all! That’s all! Because the set including the camera and the DJI FPV Air Unit takes care of the digital video feedback, to be received on a DJI headset, as well as the radio link if you have a DJI remote control. You may prefer a more traditional TBS or FrSky receiver to this radio link, it will be up to you to install it. iFlight recommends the use of 4S batteries from 850 to 1300 mAh, with an XT60 connector. TPU support for GoPro is not provided. The X DJI MegaBee will be offered at $359.00 with the DJI equipment already installed at Banggood Store.