The latest EMAX Tinyhawk II, features multiple improvement over the highly popular original Tinyhawk, offering better flight and FPV experience.
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.
Notes :There are 2 spinning directions for Tinyhawk II propellers, Clockwise (CW) and Counter-Clockwise (CCW). The blunt leading edge indicates the direction the propeller is suppose to rotate as compared to the sharp trailing edge. Failure to mount the propellers in the correct orientation will cause incorrect flight.
Line up the 3 struts of the propeller with the 3 struts on the motor bell.