Let’s see, what can we at LITdrones say about the Eachine Falcon 250?
Well, FPV racing is becoming more and more popular but I know, duhhhh, you guys already know that.
So, what Eachine did was make it super easy for you guys to jump right into the fpv drone racing world with a RTF (ready to fly) kit that seriously gives you some awesome bang for your buck. The Eachine Falcon is a newer, upgraded version of the already popular Eachine Racer.
We’ll stop this chitter chatter and get straight to the breakdown.
Eachine gives you a full carbon fiber frame with brushless motors that’s ready to fly right out of the nifty little carrying bag that it comes in. It’s a 250 scale drone, which pretty much became the standard in drone racing. The motors are 2300KV and are mounted on top of a set of clever tilt adapters to give you more forward momentum. It has a CC3D flight controller, a 3s battery, balance charger, a Fly Sky I6 transmitter, and 20 amp ESC’s as well for those who want to run 4s batteries for more power.
And what’s that? You want some FPV action you said?Well, Eachine went ahead and installed a 700 TVL camera onto an adjustable camera mount so you can still see when you’re flying at full tilt. They also already installed a FT200 VTX to really make it FPV ready for you. All you need to do is to grab your favorite FPV goggles or monitor, hook it up, and fly. (We purchased the EV800 FPV Goggles from Eachine. Check out our review at our LIT drones website for more info on this FPV goggle/monitor.)
But can this thing handle a GoPro?
We went ahead and installed our GoPro right on top with GoPro’s full housing just to see how much weight the Falcon can handle, and it handled! You can definitely feel the weight difference, but it still flies plenty fast that we even uninstalled the motor tilts the Falcon came with to be able to hover a bit easier.
The price of the Eachine Falcon is very competitive and very appealing for any beginner FPV racer. We bought our Falcon from Banggood.com for 219.99 US.
If you have anymore questions, please feel free to ask in the comments below. Or just give us your opinion on what you think of the Eachine Falcon 250.