If you like small FPV drones then you will love the Cheerson CX-95S. The CX-95S is still a small FPV drone but it comes with lots of features such as F3 flight controller, 600TVL FPV camera, 25mW 40 channel 5.8GHz video transmitter, DSM compatible receiver and brushed motors. The F3 flight controller comes with Betaflight pre-loaded which is a big plus for a small drone making it easy to update or change settings.
There is a built-in 6 axis flight stabilizer that combines with two flying modes to provide the stability you need to suit your flying ability. “Stabilized Mode” keeps it more stable for beginners and “Manual Mode” for the more experienced, extreme fliers. Once you have mastered flying then you can do the more fun flying with 3D flips and other maneuvers. A good safety feature is the slow power down when the battery gets low. This means that it will slowly land rather than fall out of the sky.
This is a true FPV flier and comes with a 0.3MP, 120FOV camera and a 5.8GHz 40CH 25mW video transmitter allowing for perfect vision of where your flying. Both indoors and out you get a realistic view of zooming through the furniture or near misses with trees. This style of drone has propeller guards making it safer for indoor use and helping save the propellers when you have those inadvertent crashes.
It is truly an FPV Drone that is ready for immediate use. Just plug in the provided 400mAh battery, bind and off you go.
• Built-in DSM2 compatible receiver
• 6-axis gyro stabilization
• F3 Evo Flight controller running Betaflight (fully programmable)
• 720 coreless motors
• 40mm 3-blade propellers
• 600TVL FPV Camera
• 25mW 40CH Video transmitter
Blade size: 40mm
Product size: 100x107x46mm
Product weight: 33g
Product weight (with battery): 43g
Maximum take-off weight: 43g
Flight controller: F3
Motors: 720 coreless
Battery: 1S 400mAh Lipoly
Receiver: DSM compatible
Charging time: Approx. 40mins
Flying time: Approx. 4-5mins
Product materials: PC+ABS
Flying speed: 60km/h
Installation way: DIY/Completed installation
RC way: 2.4GHz
Video transmission range: About 30-50m
RC range: Approx. 100-400m
FPV transmission range: 5.8GHz
Flying environment: Indoor/Outdoor
Camera: 0.3MP, 600TVL
Camera FOV: 120 degrees
Camera tilt: 45 degrees
1 x CX95S Mini Drone
2 x Spare CW Propellers
2 x Spare CCW Propellers
1 x Battery 1S 400mAh
1 x USB Charging Cable
1 x Radio Controller 4CH DSM2/DSMX compatible TX
1 x FPV gear (goggles or ground station monitor)
VTX Frequency and Channels:
1) This is not a Spektrum DSM2/DSMX product, nor is it a copy of a Spektrum DSM2/DSMX product.
The Spektrum and DSM2/DSMX brand is a trademark of Horizon Hobbies USA.
2) This is not an underground black market fake Spektrum product.
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I got my Cheerson CX-95S this week, read the instructions (nowhere does it tell you how to bind it). I finally found in RC Groups that there is a small copper colored button on the bottom of the circuit board that you need to push on with a toothpick while attaching t he battery (takes 3 hands to do that) which puts it into bind mode. Once I got it bound, the motors would not turn. I found that I needed to download BetaFlight Configurator and connect my Cheerson to my computer with a USB cable (not included) in order to configure it. The default configuration came up as Spektrum1024, which I had to change to 2048 since it bound as DSMX. I could get the blades turning in the test screen, but I still can't get the transmitter throttle to activate the motors. Still have to find someplace in the screens to arm the motors. Everything else looks good and it should fly nicely, but it definitely isn't BNF like the Inductrix is. Hobby King Tech Support needs some education so they can help people get theirs configured and in the air. Anyone who has gotten theirs flying could upload a text file with some simple instructions for the rest of us.