BetaFPV Cetus RTF Kit
BetaFPV Cetus RTF Kit
BetaFPV Cetus RTF Kit
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BetaFPV Cetus RTF Kit

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The perfect introduction to FPV flight!
$159.99

The highly anticipated Cetus FPV Kit is the best choice for FPV beginners to explore the FPV world and bring your family and friends into this hobby. This Ready-to-Fly kit includes everything you need - the Cetus micro quad, FPV goggles and an easy to use radio.

Altitude Hold Function

The built-in altitude hold function enables Cetus quadcopter to Auto-Hover. The quadcopter can stay at a current height when the pilot's hands are off the transmitter. The barometer/laser achieves accurate and stable positioning, which makes the quad hovering indoors very stable. Flight has never been so easy for a beginner!

Self-Protection Function

The Cetus quadcopter has excellent self-protection functionality, which can make an emergency landing whenever the pilot loses control or the quad is in a low battery state. It will also automatically disarm and drop to the ground in case of a strong collision with the object. 

3 Flight Modes

Three modes are available, which can satisfy the different needs of pilots and adapt to various flight environments. Whether you're a seasoned FPV pilot or a complete beginner, the Cetus FPV Kit lets anyone fly confidently from day one. Three flight modes can be switched by one switch on the transmitter. Meanwhile, these three modes each support three different speeds with SLOW/MID/FAST, also easily selected by a switch on the radio.

LiteRadio2 SE Transmitter

Designed for FPV racing starters, the LiteRadio 2 SE transmitter comes with a built-in 1000mah 1S battery, which can provide up to 8 hours of flight. With the hobby-grade gimbals and a grippy rubber coat, it is ergonomic and brings pilots a better flight experience.

VR02 FPV Goggles

With simple operation and high-performance, the VR02 headset is specially designed for FPV starters. It comes with built-in 5.8GHz 14dBi high-quality antennas, you can receive stable and clear images even for long-range flights. With a foam sponge face plate and a three-sided adjustable headband, this FPV headset fits your face and head perfectly.

Includes

  • 1 * Cetus Brushed Quadcopter                             
  • 1 * LiteRadio2 SE Transmitter (Frsky D8 Protocol)                        
  • 1 * VR02 FPV Goggles   
  • 2 * BT2.0 300mAh 1S Lipo Battery     
  • 1 * BT2.0 Battery Charger and Voltage Tester
  • 1 * USB Charging Cable (Type-C)
  • 1 * Type-C Adapter
  • 1 * Prop Removal Tool
  • 4 * 31mm 4-Blade Props
  • 1 * Portable Storage Bag
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Flight Controller Lite 1S Pro Brushed FC
Motors 0716 19000kV Brushed Motors
VTX Power 25mW
Camera C01 Micro Camera
Camera Tilt 25°
Receiver Protocol FrSky D8
Props 31-mm Quad-Blade (0.8mm shaft)
Weight 35g (including battery)

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John Waterer
This will help me learn to fly fpv.

I like this kit. I'm going to learn to fly fpv with it. It has 3 settings which is key. You can fly around in caddy mode, and have everything done for you. You can step it up and get full control of up and down, and teach your self to hover, which it what I'm doing now....and then when I feel steady, I'll flip it to acro, and try to fly it. I lose it pretty quick, and then I'm very thankful for the arm switch. It's fallen a few times from 70 feet and it's fine. Like that too because it's zippy at the faster settings. I'm in amongst a bunch of trees, and it's would be easy to lose it in a tree top, so I still have to be careful with acro, and even controlling the hover is difficult, and good training for the micro movements. In a wind, this is good training for learning both toggles. I set up a target and try to hover at 10 feet over the target, and go thru 4 batteries that way. I have 6 drones, two are toys, and one's a chainsaw flying, so I don't use those... and I wish I'd gotten this first. Could have saved some money, but it fits in nicely with my progression from a camera drone caddy to my mini woop, which I got caught up in a tree the other day. Managed to shake it out, and get it back, but I'm going to have to save full on acro for a big field. The Cetus is a nice midway point.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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John Waterer
This will help me learn to fly fpv.

I like this kit. I'm going to learn to fly fpv with it. It has 3 settings which is key. You can fly around in caddy mode, and have everything done for you. You can step it up and get full control of up and down, and teach your self to hover, which it what I'm doing now....and then when I feel steady, I'll flip it to acro, and try to fly it. I lose it pretty quick, and then I'm very thankful for the arm switch. It's fallen a few times from 70 feet and it's fine. Like that too because it's zippy at the faster settings. I'm in amongst a bunch of trees, and it's would be easy to lose it in a tree top, so I still have to be careful with acro, and even controlling the hover is difficult, and good training for the micro movements. In a wind, this is good training for learning both toggles. I set up a target and try to hover at 10 feet over the target, and go thru 4 batteries that way. I have 6 drones, two are toys, and one's a chainsaw flying, so I don't use those... and I wish I'd gotten this first. Could have saved some money, but it fits in nicely with my progression from a camera drone caddy to my mini woop, which I got caught up in a tree the other day. Managed to shake it out, and get it back, but I'm going to have to save full on acro for a big field. The Cetus is a nice midway point.

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