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Self improvement is a core trait for the engineers at EMAX, which why when approached about a new successor to the Tinyhawk series, they designed the Tinyhawk III to build upon all the strengths of the previous generations while improving any shortcomings.
The Tinyhawk III also features new modifications to the proven Tinyhawk power system. With newly redesigned internals to the motors paired together with a new quad blade propeller, improved efficiency and flight time is achieved providing a better piloting experience for all skill levels.
Repairing a racing drone is inevitable, which is why the Tinyhawk III was designed with some quality of life improvements, such as a centralized mount in order to access the internals, as well as improved motor plugs for the ability to quickly swap out motors between rounds at a racing event.
Unveiled with the Tinyhawk III is also the reimagined Transporter 2 FPV Goggle featuring a detachable screen which can optionally be paired to the brand new E8 transmitter, allowing pilots to customize their flying experience to suit their needs.
Built into the Transporter 2 is a powerful receiver in order to give pilots the cleanest video feed possible while also featuring a built-in DVR, allowing user to record their FPV flights for review, or sharing flight footage with others.
Utilizing high quality gimbals, the E8 transmitter offers unparalleled control over the drone, providing smoothness and precision over previous generations.
With a sleek carrying case to contain everything you need, the Tinyhawk III builds upon the past in order to create the ultimate micro indoor racing drone ever made.
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