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    Hermit Micro FPV Brushless Quadcopter

    Introducing the The Hermit Micro FPV Brushless Quadcopter is tiny in size and weight, but has plenty of power to spare. The Hermit is only 69g and 140mm motor to motor, which is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and easily fly through tight spaces. Although it is small in size it features much of the same gear as you would find in larger quads like brushless motors and ESCs, Baseflight/Cleanflight compatible flight controller, integrated DSM2 7CH receiver and room for a full FPV setup.

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    The Hermit comes fully assembled and ready to fly. Simply bind the DSM2 receiver to a compatible radio/module and fly!
    Spare parts are available and easy to replace, and no soldering is required as everything is plug and play ready.

    Features


    • Weight: 69g (not including battery)
    • Flight weight: 98.0g (450mAh 25C7.4V)
    • Flight time: 9 minutes ( with 2S 450mAh 25C battery, VTX and DV on working)
    • Motor to motor distance: 145mm, 150mm, 155mm adjustable;
    • View angle of DV Camera is +/- 25 angle adjustable;
    • Applied high efficiency brushless motor, its weight is 3g, KV is 4000;
    • Applied micro 5.8G VTX (200MW) comes with clover antenna, only 6.0 grams;
    • Applied super light DV, it is 720P/30F and with 120-angle lens, it supports real time AV output, its Micro SD can support 32G at the most, Micro SD is not included.
    • Integrated with DSM2 compatible 7CH receiver;


    There are 2 versions available, with FPV and VTX and one without.

    With FPV and VTX
    http://www.getfpv.com/hermit-micro-f...w-fpv-rtf.html

    Version without FPV and VTX
    http://www.getfpv.com/hermit-micro-f...rtf-nofpv.html


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    Wow no responses here yet? This thing looks really fun. Anyone bite yet?

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    The vortex put a huge hole in my rc budget for this summer. It does look interesting though.

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    We've been flying one around the office for a while now, they are lots of fun for sure. It is really a step up compared to the other micro quads that use cheap "brushed" motors. These micro brushless motors are so smooth! Also, the fact that it has a fully programmable Naze32 board packed inside really sets it apart.

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    Yeah, brushless micros on naze32 are awesome

    can you get charpu to demo this thing a little?

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    Oh in didn't know it has a Naze on it. Interesting. I may have to grab one. Andy so it'll basically bind up to a spektrum radio and transmit to standard FS/IRC frequencies too? Simple huh

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    Quote Originally Posted by LKTRSMG View Post
    Yeah, brushless micros on naze32 are awesome

    can you get charpu to demo this thing a little?
    Yep, Charpu will be getting one this week. I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do with it. Yes, it binds to any Spektrum DSM2 radio or module.
    Here are the frequencies on the included VTX.
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    Aww WHAAAT!

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    Very cool. I will check one out.

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