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EMAX HAWK 5

EMAX HAWK 5
  • Category

    Racing

  • Release Date

    2018

  • Max. Speed

    160.9 km/h

  • Max. Flight Time

    5 min

Description
The EMAX HAWK 5 is the perfect way to take your drone flying experience to the next level! With a max speed of 160.9 km/h, this quadcopter can fly up to 5 minutes by utilizing a 1500 mAh lithium battery. The EMAX HAWK 5 also features FPV mode and a 2 MP camera with 1080p video resolution for capturing your world in stunning detail..
Specification
Features
FPV Mode?
YES
LCD Controller?
YES
WIFI?
YES
Radio?
YES
Micro USB?
YES
Propeller Guards?
YES
FPV Goggles?
YES
Performance
Max. Flight Time
5 min
Max. Speed
160.9 km/h
Size

Dimensions of the drone come in at 195 × 179.5 × 40 mm.

Weight
270 g
Dimensions
195 × 179.5 × 40 mm
Camera
Camera Resolution - Photo
2 MP
Live Video Frame Rate
30 fps
Video Resolution
1080p
Live Video Resolution
1080p
Video Framerate
60 fps
Live Video Feed?
YES
Overview

The EMAX HAWK 5 is a Multirotors drone that was released by EMAX in 2018.

The battery capacity inside is 1500 mAh.

Country of Origin
United States
Type
Multirotors
Category
Racing
Brand
EMAX
Release Date
2018
Battery Capacity (mAH)
1500 mAh
Rotor Count
4
Reviews of the EMAX HAWK 5
Emax Hawk 5 Review
dronenodes.com
On the face of it this is an outstanding and properly complete mini quad that will get you racing straight out of the box. Spares seem to be readily available although I suspect you won't be able to buy individual boards from the F4 tower. Cost-wise this is only around 250 dollars, which is slightly cheaper than most of the BNF quads in this 5 inch range. But it doesn't compromise on parts, they're very high spec so it's great value for money which is always a good thing. You just need a transmitter, some goggles and a few lipos and you're good to go racing.
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Betaflight and radio setup
georgi-yanev.com
First of all, this drone is really great value for money. It hits a sweet spot around the $250 mark. It’s not cheap, coming with parts you will change in a month, but it is also not way too expensive. It flies amazing and the tune is top notch. Can you build something similar for less? Possibly. If you are not experienced with building quads and soldering, it might end up costing you more if you factor in all the expenses and issues. That literally happened to me on my first build. In my case, I’m fine with it cause I wanted to learn how to build quads and I valued the experience. But was it hard? Yeah. Did it take a hell of a lot of time? Yep. Did I wish I had a quad to fly at certain points last summer, due to issues? Yea. I guess my point is that sometimes it makes sense to buy a BNF or a prebuilt quad. If you decide to do that, going for the Emax Hawk 5 is an amazing option.
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