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KINGKONG/LDARC TINY 7X & 8X Micro FPV Drones Launched

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We’re in TinyWhoop mode today as Chinese drone manufacturer – KINGKONG/LDARC – also launched their own take on the notorious micro FPV champ. The new drones are the KINGKONG/LDARC 7X and 8X, which we will list together as they’re pretty much the same drone in different form factors; keep reading to learn more!

KINGKONG/LDARC TINY 8X KINGKONG/LDARC TINY 7x

Let’s begin with the 7X, the smaller of the two, coming with a 75mm wheelbase frame, 3-blade 40mm propellers, 820 brushed motors and a weight of 35 grams. Meanwhile the bigger 8X sports a wider 85mm wheelbase along with a set of 3-blade 48mm propellers, 8520 brushed motors and weighing 40.2g.

What they have in common are the Betaflight F3 flight controller, the 199C 800TVL 150-degree camera and a 5.8G 25mW 16CH mini FPV transmitter.

Battery wise, the 7X comes packing a 3.8V 450mAh 50C battery, against the 3.8V 550mAh 50C we find on the 8X.

KINGKONG/LDARC 7X Specifications

  • Wheelbase: 75mm
  • Motor Type: Brushed
  • Motor: 820
  • Propeller: 3-blade 40mm
  • Flight Controller: Betaflight F3
  • VTX: 5.8G 25mW 16CH Mini FPV Transmitter
  • Camera: 199C 800TVL 150°
  • Weight: 35g (Without Receiver and Battery)
  • Battery: 3.8V 450mAh 50C

KINGKONG/LDARC 8X Specifications

  • Wheelbase: 85mm
  • Motor Type: Brushed
  • Motor: 8520
  • Propeller: 3-blade 48mm
  • Flight Controller: Betaflight F3
  • VTX: 5.8G 25mW 16CH Mini FPV Transmitter
  • Camera: 199C 800TVL 150°
  • Weight: 40.2g (Without Receiver and Battery)
  • Battery: 3.8V 550mAh 50C

KINGKONG/LDARC 7X / 8X Pricing and Photos

The KINGKONG/LDARC 7X and 8X are both relatively inexpensive drones. The 7X is slightly cheaper starting at $57.99, meanwhile the 8X kicks off at $61.99; both without receivers. The drones are available in multiple configuration with different accessories which will obviously cost more. Check out the product page for the 7X and 8X over at Banggood.

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