At Rising Sun FPV, we offer a wide range of quadcopter components of various sizes from Micro Frames all the way up to the 13inch X-Class, from camera mounts to motors and accessory kits. Our categories include:
Wheelbase: Less than 100mm
Weight: Less than 50 grams
These are the tiniest of quadcopters, often small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. Due to their diminutive size and lightweight nature, they are primarily designed for indoor use and acrobatic maneuvers. Nano quadcopters are great for beginners to learn basic flying skills and for recreational fun.
Wheelbase: 100mm to 200mm
Weight: 50 grams to 250 grams
Slightly larger than nanos, micro quadcopters strike a balance between indoor and outdoor flying. They are nimble and versatile, making them suitable for both racing in small spaces and casual flying outdoors. Many micro quadcopters come equipped with basic cameras for entry-level aerial photography.
Wheelbase: 200mm to 300mm
Weight: 250 grams to 600 grams
Mini quadcopters are popular among drone enthusiasts. They offer increased stability and are well-suited for both indoor and outdoor use. Mini drones are commonly used for FPV (First-Person View) racing, capturing recreational footage, and learning more advanced flight maneuvers.
Wheelbase: 300mm to 450mm
Weight: 600 grams to 1500 grams
Standard-sized quadcopters are often considered the workhorses of the drone world. They offer a good balance between stability and portability. These drones are suitable for various applications, including aerial photography and videography, thanks to their ability to carry action cameras or compact DSLRs.
Wheelbase: Over 450mm
Weight: Over 1500 grams
Large quadcopters are designed for professional-grade applications and are known for their heavy lifting capabilities. They can carry high-end cameras, gimbals, and other specialized equipment. Professionals in industries like filmmaking, agriculture, and surveying often use these drones for their large payload capacity and extended flight times.
Selecting the right quadcopter size depends on your specific needs and intended use. Smaller drones are more agile but have limitations in terms of payload and battery life, whereas larger drones offer more stability and payload capacity but may be less manoeuvrable. Consider your skill level, budget, and the type of tasks you want to accomplish when choosing the quadcopter size that suits you best.
Whether you're a DIY enthusiast or prefer ready-to-fly solutions, Rising Sun FPV has you covered for your quadcopter needs.
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