EMAX Tinyhawk 2 New Model Indoor FPV Racing Drone F4 5A 16000KV RunCam Nano2 700TVL 37CH 25/100/200mW VTX 1S-2S - BNF

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  • 1-2s Capable
  • Runcam Nano 2 Camera
  • 25-100-200 switchable VTX
  • 16000kv motors


In our endless search for perfected flight performance, our engineers at EMAX have revisited the Tinyhawk platform in order to optimize the user experience in the Tinyhawk II. With improvements made in every area, pilots will be able to navigate their aircraft in a variety of situations. The first of these improvements stems from the redesigned FPV transmission system. By partnering with the experts over at Runcam, the Tinyhawk II features the Nano 2 FPV Camera, known for its crisp colors, wide dynamic range, and sharp optics. Modifying the video transmitter with more filters and power has allowed the Tinyhawk II to have cleaner video than ever on 25mw, the indoor standard, as well as 100mw and 200mw options for increased range and object penetration while experiencing crystal clear video. Featuring motors which have a 7% increase in power, faster propeller speeds are achievable allowing an increase in speed, giving pilots an edge against the competition. In order to compensate for the higher achievable speeds when utilizing higher voltage batteries, the Tinyhawk II features an adjustable camera mount, allowing pilots the ability to customize their preferred angle of flight. With the higher speed capabilities, the Tinyhawk II frame had to be redesigned from the ground up in order to increase the durability. The result is a refreshing take on the unique aerodynamic properties of the original Tinyhawk. Built into the frame is a throttle response LED system which increases in brightness depending on the throttle input of each motor. - LEDs in frame - Runcam Nano 2 Camera - 25-100-200 switchable VTX - 16000kv motors - Redesigned frame with adjustable angle canopy

Product Dimensions: 6 x 8 x 4 inches

Item Weight: 6.4 ounces

Manufacturer recommended age: 14 months and up

Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Mfg Recommended age: 14 months - 99 years

Manufacturer: EMAX

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Top Amazon Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars | The best I've flown!!
I'm not an expert flyer in the drone world. I haven't even learned acro. This Tiny Hawk 2 is so rugged and fun. I'm 71 and only been into this for little more than 3 years. I have 20+ drones and 12 or so are whoop types. This is my first brushless model. It is easy to handle and the camera is very good for what it has to be. I bind it to my T8SG Jumper Plus tx and the instructions were clear and made it easy. Digest all the YouTube vids to to get yourself prepped. I'm already flying around the house, thru the doors and windows out the garage, etc. Crashes? A few but it's made for that. Great strong frame. This is a whoop you can grow into. Camera will adj. for increased pitch and speed. Get it!
Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2020 by Kentuckian

4.0 out of 5 stars | Fun when working right
I love the tinyhawks, but they can be an EFFING PAIN. Out of 4 quads, had 2 with issues upon arrival. The tinyhawk S is almost exactly the same and carries the same issues. Binding can be a challenge, getting Betaflight working can be a challenge, getting the VTX set up is a pain. After these issues, it is super fun, lots of power on 1s, and almost too much on 2s. Camera pic is great, range is ok, this thing is TOUGH AF, expect to break internals before you break the outside. NOTE: The issues with THIS quad are COMMON amongst cheap and expensive quads alike. Expect to gain some patience, and lots of technical skills. You might end up learning soldering, how an ESC, FC work, what motor sizes mean, how to use Lipo properly, how to FIX your quad WILL happen unless you gots the $$$ to replace them when you F them up. LOVE MY TINYHAWK 2, like a relationship, lots of work pays in lots of :)
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2020 by JC

5.0 out of 5 stars | Just get it, don't wait.
I now have three of these little guys. I'm a commercial drone pilot, and love flying. But all of my work drones are aided in flight by GPS. So I wanted to get into FPV for enjoyment. This is the perfect little bird for that. The EMAX THII is becoming one of the hottest little drones on the market. So much so, that between their popularity and the silliness of COVID shutdowns, they're hard to keep in stock. This is an indoor drone though. The slightest breeze makes them an adventure to fly outside. But their indoor range is good. And they are incredibly durable. Two of mine have hit the ground so many times I couldn't even hazard a guess. I've even flown them full throttle into the ground (and cement) by accidentally giving them full throttle when they're only 1/2 though a flip or roll. The only issue is that the LED lights on two of them are not all working, and the rx antenna is broken on one. Even with the partial antenna on the one, I still get decent range. Get more props, you will want them. And lots of batteries. Get the 1s, you don't need the 2s. Seriously, get this thing. If you don't have the controller and goggles, then get the RTF set instead of the BNF single bird.
Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2020 by Vic Moss

4.0 out of 5 stars | Solder the motor leads on and you're golden
I love this thing. It is so much fun to fly and I have bashed it into walls going full speed and it takes right off like nothing happened. Incredibly durable. 2S is ridiculous on such a small framed quad too, I use 2S outdoors only. Left the betaflight rates alone and just tweaked the OSD and beeper controls (added a 5V buzzer, a must on such a small quad in case you lose it). Theres only one big setback with this version of the tinyhawk: the motors are connected to the AIO using connectors. I started having tons of issues with motors stopping mid-flight and the quad just felt very sluggish on 1S. I thought it was the ESCs but it turned out that it was actually the motor connectors. I got rid of them and directly soldered the motor leads to the AIO. After doing so, the quad feels great. I can make much sharper maneuvers than I have been able to in the past on 1S and the quad feels super peppy. Also got rid of the stall during flight and takeoff problem I was having. EMAX should definitely consider soldering the motors directly to the board from the factory opposed to having the connectors. Made a huge difference for me. Overall a great quad for the money, as long as you are handy and understand that a hobby requires work sometimes :)
Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2021 by Renzelli

2.0 out of 5 stars | Not very durable.
I purchased 2 of the Tinyhawk 2. The camera failed in the first...and I was able to get a replacement. Now the replacement failed because the RX died. No chance of a return. If you fly this micro quad fast and hard, don't expect it to last for more than a few weeks. Now, to be honest, the Tinyhawk 2 flies great. The VTX and camera are outstanding. However, only fly this quad indoors and don't bang it into anything. Fly like it was a racing quad, and you will destroy it.
Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2020 by fredP

5.0 out of 5 stars | The best whoop style quad, period.
I think this is the best whoop style quad you could buy today. Don’t bother with 2S, it fly excellent on 1S 450mAH, about 3 minutes fly time indoors. I don’t recommended for exterior use but indoors it’s a really nice experience. Ready to fly out of the box, you just have to bind it. You don’t need to buy extra props, you get four extras which is nice. Just get a bunch of 1S 450mAH lipos from Emax and you good to go. If you’re a beginner this is perfect but also for someone with a little experience it’s also great. Really fun during this quarantine. I almost forgot, the shipping was extremely quick.
Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2020 by Fausto Murillo Costales

1.0 out of 5 stars | Poor quality control
I have built and flown a lot of popular micro drones including the Tinyhawk S (predecessor of the Tinyhawk II). The Tinyhawk S was one of the best and easiest to fly 1S / 2S drones in its category. However, the Tinyhawk II was a huge disappointment in terms of its quality. It does come with a better camera with tillable angle. But since the motors were soldered to the flight controller pads, it is nearly impossible to install a buzzer which is a must for outdoor flying. After less than 20 flights, one of the motors quit working without any crashes at all. I ordered a replacement but found that the VTX does not work. The instruction manual was also missing. It is better off to get the Tinyhawk S instead.
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2020 by Gadgetman

4.0 out of 5 stars | Look up videos before buying
Very fun and easy drone to fly. However if you have no patience for tinkering looking things up online dealing with software troubleshooting. You will have a bedtime. So many things can interfere with signal. Motors can go out on you at any time. Propellers depending on the model you get will pop off on crash. If everything is going right it is a blast to fly
Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2020 by dan

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