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Eachine Q90C Micro Flyingfrog FPV RC Racing Quadcopter Drone review

Discussion in 'Micro and Mini Drones' started by BillM-RC, Nov 7, 2017.

  1. BillM-RC

    BillM-RC Member

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    Posted by BillM-RC, Nov 7, 2017 #1
    This review of the Eachine Q90C Micro Flyingfrog FPV RC Racing Quadcopter Drone has a 1000TVL Camera, 3 flight modes and is also a wireless simulator for fpv practice.


     
  2. Ben Harris

    Ben Harris New Member

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    Posted by Ben Harris, Feb 17, 2019 #2
    HI,
    I'm new to this forum and drones in general.
    I have just ordered one of these set ups and I am after some information.
    Here in New Zealand it is illegal to import Lipo batteries. So we are forced to buy from National retailers. I am hoping to buy a bunch of batteries for the flying frog so I can have some solid flight time each outing.

    Problem being, from what I can see, all of the batteries sold here have a different battery connector to the stock one on the frog.
    As I said I am a noob, but i believe the connector is a micro losi? Is the micro losi different to the micro jst?
    I am thinking to just swap over the connector to a more common connector (like a JST) on the frog and then buying bulk batteries with a JST.

    ANY info on this matter would be much appreciated!!
    Thanks
     
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