1S brushless whoops are great for flying indoors. When flying indoors you don’t want too much power or you keep bouncing of the walls, ceiling and your furniture.
With 1S you can fly very precise indoors and thus hit every gap, even if it is very small.
If you are also planning on flying outdoors I would recommend to get a brushless whoop that can also be operated with a 2S battery. But keep in mind: a brushless whoop is always designed with a specific cell count in mind, you might be able to fly it with all kinds of cell counts, but the sweet spot will still be at a certain cell count.
There is a new version of the Tinyhawk coming out, the Tinyhawk S a 2S version of the Tinyhawk.
It is already listed on bangood as pre-order for less than $100. It is expected to ship June 19th.
It looks very similar to its predecessor but the features speak for themselves: This version, apart from being able to run on 1S or 2S will also allows for the camera tilt to be adjusted. Further EMAX decreased the size of the motors, so the Tinyhawk S 2S will be rocking 0802 15500KV motors.
The Trashcan has first of all an very interesting name - but luckily it performs better than the name suggests. This model is made by Eachine and was released in late 2018. The name was chosen by the community which explains why it is, what it is.
The Trashcan comes with two PH 2.0 connectors so you can continue to use your 1S LiPo’s that you might have for your brushed whoop. Similar to the Mobula7 you have the option to fly it with one or 2S. This makes it a perfect fit for flying in and outdoors.
The Tinyhawk is a very unique brushless whoop. First of all, the motors are facing the bottom and the props are thus pushing instead of pulling. This is a very unusual form factor of prop and for now you are stuck with the original Emax prop for this model - I am sure this will change in the future, so fans of this model will also get some different props to experiment with. Another thing to notice about the motors is, that they have bearings instead of bushings which is very rare in this form factor.
The Tinyhawk is 1S only with a PH 2.0 connector so you can continue to use your 1S LiPo’s that you might have for your brushed whoop. This makes it really great for indoors.
The cam is very well protected by the canopy, but unfortunately you can not adjust the tilt. The motors come with connectors so you can easily swap them, in case they break.
The Mobula7 is a great choice if you are on a budget. But do not be fooled, it is a good performer and has some great features that are missing even with the more expensive options.
This model comes with two PH 2.0 connectors so you can continue to use your 1S LiPo’s that you might have for your brushed whoop. Further you have the option to fly it with 1S or 2S. This makes it very versatile - fly it indoors on 1S and outdoors on 2S.
The cam is an all in one option, meaning that it is camera and video transmitter all in one small package. The cam tilt can be easily adjusted to your liking.
The UK or US65 is an upgraded version of the UR65. The difference between the UK65 and US65 is simply the color scheme of frame and canopy. There is a variety of different country themed color schemes available for this frame.
This model comes with a PH 2.0 connector so you can continue to use your 1S LiPo’s that you might have for your other models.
The all in one cam is very well protected by the canopy and you can easily adjust camera tilt.