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BetaFPV Cetus Pro Kit review

Key specs

Weight: 1.61oz / 45.8g (including battery)

Dimensions: 117×117×35mm

Battery: BT2.0 450 mAh LiPo 1S 30C / up to 5 minutes

Charger type: BT2.0 USB Battery Charger and Voltage Tester 

Modes: Normal, Sport, Manual with Slow, Mid, Fast speeds

Video transmission range: Up to 80m

Video resolution: No video or photo capture available

Safety features: Optical flow/ Barometer/ Laser (in Normal flight mode only)

FPV (first person view) drones like the BetaFPV Cetus Pro are taking the drone world by storm thanks to the dynamic and immersive video footage they’re capable of capturing. The problems with FPV drones, unfortunately, are that they’re traditionally self-build with a knowledge of electronics required, and they’re notoriously difficult to fly. Easy-to-set up models with no need for soldering are becoming increasingly available, but the flying difficulty remains.

Learning to drive an FPV drone in Acro Mode takes 50 or more flying hours according to experts, and the risk of crashing, damaging and even losing your drone is extremely high in the early days; not ideal when you’ve spent several hundred dollars/pounds on the drone itself, and a few more on the camera for capturing 4K video footage.

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