BETAFPV has made waves in the micro FPV industry with their various micro quads. Known as "power whoops", these micro quads use 2S power to make them much more powerful than what a typical whoop style drone used to be.
The Beta75 Pro 2 is akin to the Beta75X in that they are both 2S and the same frame size. However, the Beta75 Pro 2 is almost a 1/3 lighter! (28g vs 42g) They achieved this by making the frame lighter, using smaller motors, and slightly different components.
The Beta75 Pro 2 is a lighter but still fast enough 2S whoop drone. With the AIO F4 2S flight controller and 0802 brushless motors, only 28g without batteries. BETAFPV always tries to provide more choices for every FPV pilots. The Pro series is our product line with lighter, faster and more highly integrated brushless drones.
Check out the little brother to the 75, the Beta65 Pro 2.
FC & ESC SPECIFICATIONS
AIO Camera VTX
On the Beta75 Pro 2, it is the customized version lighter AIO VTX camera, only 2.9g.
The default choices for the Beta75 Pro 2 is 2pcs 300mAh HV 1S whoop batteries. The two 300mAh Lipo HV 1S batteries can be inserted into the slot, as seen below.
You can also swap from JST connector to XT30 connector and rip the 75 Pro 2 with 350mah 2S battery.
The AIO camera VTX on the Beta75 Pro 2 is a customized version of Z02. The VTX board and camera board are split and 35-degree camera mount for more fast flying. Only 25mW power output is provided in stock. Besides, it has almost all the other function of the Z02 camera, like smart audio etc.
1. Does this drone have a current sensor?
This drone does NOT have a real current sensor. We use the virtual current meter in Betaflight. When properly calibrated, it can be accurate enough to be useful. Here is the pre-calibrated value out of the box.
set current_meter = VIRTUAL
set ibatv_scale = 90
set ibatv_offset = 29
2. The binding procedure of F4 2S AIO (SPI Frsky RX) is given in our support page.
3. Cli Dump for different versions of the 2S Whoop are provided in our support page.
4. The camera angle is 35 degree by default but a spare camera mount with 25 degrees is also attached to the drone.