Beta75 Pro 1S Brushless BNF Whoop Quad (F4 + Smart Audio cam version) DSMX

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Note: the new Beta75 Pro is currently only available in FrSky protocol. Flysky and DSMX.

There is a whole lot of crap out there when it comes to brushless micros in the whoop form factor.

We've been really particular about our decision making process in stocking brushless whoops.

The market has recently been inundated by cheap and nasty (but in reality - quite pricey), well, crap.

Traditionally brushless whoops - particularly the 'affordable' ones, had sported brushless motors that have been unreliable and underpowered, sitting on flimsy, fragile frames and driven by flight controllers just too inaccurate to enjoy that locked in feeling you need to hit those tight gaps that make whooping fun!

That is, until now!

We are happy to offer our customers the new and improved upgraded Beta65 pro brushless whoop.

Sporting 19,000kv (yes - 19,000) brushless motors, with innovative new e-clip designed to prevent bell fly-offs, mounted on the BEST and most durable 75mm brushless whoop frame available - the new and improved BetaFPV 75 pro frame and driven by the brand new BetaFPV F4 flight controller with integrated FrSky SPI long range receiver with OSD, telemetry AND an open UART for Smart Audio. The rock solid BetaFPV Z01 mullet AIO camera provides rock solid, low latency FPV. 

Paired with the 19,000kv motors, this 75mm frame-based super whoop is a combo with enough grunt for some serious small form factor acro freestyle flying.



Props 40mm - 1mm shaft diameter (shaft diameter is important - brushed props have a 0.8mm diameter and will need to be drilled out to 1mm to be compatible (coming very soon)

Frame BetaFPV Beta 75 Pro frame

Motors 0703 or 0705

Battery Any tiny whoop "stick" style 1S battery with powerwhoop connector (550mah - 600mah recommended)

Canopy All canopies we stock



  • Frame: 75pro frame
  • Propeller: 40mm 4-blades propellers (1mm shaft hole)
  • Motors: 0703 19,000KV
  • Fligh Controller: BETAFPV F4 1S brushless FC
  • Firmware version: betaflight_matekf411rx_3.4.0
  • ESC: 5A/6A preak BLHeli DSHOT600 ESC (integrated with FC)
  • Camera & VTX: Z02 0/25/200mW AIO mullet VTX camera with Smart Audio
  • Battery: 550mAh Lipo HV Battery
  • Receiver: Built-in Frsky SPI RX 
  • Weight: 28.4g (without battery)
  • Flight time: 4.5 minutes with 550mAh HV battery



The flight controller

Comparing the old F3 Brushless FC & the new F4 Brushless FC



  • CPU: STM32F411CEU6 (100MHZ )
  • Six-Axis: MPU-6000 triaxial accelerometer / triaxial gyroscope (SPI connection)
  • Size: 26mm x 26mm, fully compatible with the Inductrix quad frame, Beta65 Pro frame, Beta75 Pro frame, BWhoop B06 frame and mounting pattern
  • Firmware version: betaflight_matekf411rx_3.4.0
  • OSD: Built-in BetaFlight OSD (STM32 controls OSD chip over SPI in DMA mode)
  • Built in SPI FrSky protocol native receiver
  • Power supply: 1S
  • ESC Current: 5A continuous and peak 6A (3 seconds)
  • ESC BLHeliSuite programmable
  • ESC Factory firmware: O_L_5_REV16_6.HEX
  • ESC Signal Support: D-shot150, D-shot300, D-shot600, Oneshot125, Multishot, PWM
  • Power Cable: 55mm, with JST-PH 2.0 connector, AKA PowerWhoop connector
  • Weight: 4g 

What is SPI?

Basically, SPI is a communication protocol like UART, a serial communication protocol. A SPI connection requires 4 wires, while an UART connection only uses 2 (TX and RX). However SPI is faster than UART and places less stress on the processor.

Currently the built in Frsky receiver is compatible with Taranis, Taranis Plus, X9E, Horus X12S, XJT Modules with International Firmware (in D8 mode). Pay attention, this is a SPI connection receiver. In Betaflight Configuration, it should be setted as FRSKY_D receiver in SPI RX mode.


The motors


The frame

The Beta75 Pro BNF sports the new and improved Beta75 Pro frame. 



  • 1 x Beta75 Pro 1S FrSky Brushless BNF micro whoop quadcopter drone
  • 1 x BetaFPV 550mah HV battery

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