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Eachine E010S: An improved E010 with an F3 evo board & 800 TVL camera

Eachine E010S

Eachine just launched a new and improved variant of the Eachine E010. It’s called Eachine E010S and it features an F3 Evo flight control board, four powerful 615 motors and a 800 TVL all in one FPV camera.

The 615 coreless motors have a length of 15mm and are 6mm in diameter. They weigh 4.8 grams each and can do up to 59,000 RPM, according to Eachine.

The Eachine E010S is powered by a 3.7V 45C 150mAh battery and boasts an high quality 800TVL 40cH 25mW VTX 1/3“ CMOS FPV Camera with 5.8Ghz 40 channel AIO image transmission.

Eachine E010S: Specifications

  • Model: Eachine E010S
  • Battery: 3.7V 45C 150mAh
  • Wheelbase: 65mm
  • Frame: ABS
  • Motors: 615 coreless
  • Flight Controller: F3_EVO_Brush
  • FPV Camera: 800TVL 40ch 25mW VTX 1/3“ CMOS

Eachine E010S: Pricing & Photos

The Eachine E010S is on pre-order for now. It’s priced starting just $55, which is in my opinion a great price to pay for a readymade Tiny Whoop quadcopter drone.

Needless to say, the Eachine E010S comes in three receiver variants — an Frsky, DSM2 and Flysky compatible one. If we do review this, we’ll get the Flysky version — just like we did with the Tiny QX90 and the QX80!

This tiny drone is probably going to be a great Tiny Whoop alternative. What do guys think? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • Benji M.

    beautiful 🙂 this means acro mode on e010 finally, the only thing that stopped me from buying it and always fall back to the h8mini. Also saves the hassle of mounting an AIO camera vtx. Wish they protected the vtx antenna for indoor flying with something for when it crashes

    • True, it’s great to have a configurable board on a cheap tiny whoop. That said, it’s surprising they’re still sticking to 615 motors. I don’t see them lasting too long, they’re going to have to make way for larger motors that don’t absolutely struggle to carry the aircraft.

      • Benji M.

        I’d be happy to upgrade them myself, but the frame won’t accept them unless they are only longer not wider. I don’t know if something like that is available like for example 620