Interactive CLICK table for product pages. RTF = ready to fly, BNF = bind and fly, PNP = plug and play. *Colour code based on estimated or actual BNF pricing. **Lumenier Beta 75X feautres a glow-in-the-dark frame. Data sourced from product descriptions and flight video. Stated flight times may vary depending on flying style.
Micro quadcopters are the fastest growing family in the FPV world and it should come as no surprise; they are easier to master, cheaper to buy/repair and can be flown inside when the weather is poor. By shrinking the quadcopter the whole world becomes your race track, meaning FPV is only a moment away and strangers or neighbours are no longer threatened by your hobby, leaving you to relax and fully enjoy the FPV ride.
Different micros excel in different environments; the 65mm whoop class micros rule the house, whilst larger micros like the 120mm EMAX Baby Hawk R Pro rule the yard. 75-95mm micros like the BetaFPV 75X (pictured below) are great all-rounders; small enough to fly inside but with enough power to tackle outdoor obstacles.
By providing a daily dose of FPV, micros build your appetite for the rarer thrills of larger 5” racing or freestyle multirotors and develop the skills you’ll need to handle them. Our micro quadcopter comparison matrix (see top) is designed to point you towards the micro that includes the feature or features most important to you.
If time allows, make sure to watch video reviews of the 75mm Tiny Hawk and 120mm Baby Hawk R Pro by KababFPV and Nick Burns (see bottom), which capture the breadth and depth of micro quadcopter capability. If you choose a BNF micro quadcopter, you will need a radio controller and FPV goggles to complete your setup. To learn more about the options visit the All About Multirotor Drone Radio Transmitters and Receivers page and All about Multirotor Drone FPV Goggles and Monitors page.