The new XJB-75 is a 75mm wheelbase mini FPV racing drone with powerful brushless motors and a particular frame design which protects the antenna on top, very similar to the one we’ve seen on the Eachine Aurora 90. It also reminds me a bit of the FlexRC Owl series of frames, which is another suitable frame for indoor FPV.
Powered by four 1104 7500KV brushless motors and a weight of 99 grams (battery included; 66g without a battery), the XJB-75 should be able to produce some decent thrust for practise and indoor flying. The motors work in tandem with HGLRC XR396-25A BLHELI 2-4S 4 in 1 ESC, meanwhile the propellers are 3-blades R2030s.
The XJB-75 also features a 600TVL HD CMOS 1/4 inch camera with a 5.8GHz 40CH NTSC/PAL VTX that can switch between 0/25/50/200MW. A PBF3-EVO Betaflight F3 flight controller with Betaflight 3.01 on it runs the show.
Packing a 11.1V 550mAh 35C LiPo battery, the mini quadcopter has an advertised flight time of about 5 minutes.
XJB-75 Mini FPV Racing Drone Specifications
Note that the XJB-75 features support for Flysky transmitters too, which is really handy in my opinion.
- Brand name: HGLRC
- Item name: XJB-75 Mini FPV Racing Drone BNF
- Wheelbase: 75mm
- HGLRC XJB-75 Frame kit
- HGLRC PBF3-EVO Betaflight F3
- Frsky/DSMX/Flysky AFHDS2A/WFLY (optional)
- HGLRC FLAME 1104 7500KV brushless motor
- HGLRC XR396 25A BLHELI 4 in 1 ESC
- R2030 4-blades propeller
- 600TVL HD CMOS 1/4 inch camera
- 5.8GHz 0/25/50/200MW 40CH NTSC/PAL video transmitter
- HGLRC 11.1V 550mah 35C lipo battery
- Size: 110mm x 110mm x 70mm
- Weight: 66g
XJB-75 Mini FPV Racing Drone Pricing and Photos
The XJB-75 is already on sale at Banggood for $159.99 (at the time of writing) with wither DSMX, Flysky or Frsky compatible receiver, which is a very interesting price considering the very similar but slightly bigger Eachine Aurora 90 goes for $145.99.
You get the same 1104 7500KV brushless motors in a smaller 75mm frame — the Aurora 90 is 90mm — and 7 grams lighter (73g vs 66g), which should definitely mean better overall performance for about $14 more. Is that worth the extra in your opinion? Let us know in the comments below!