The Tiny Whoop first person view (FPV) drone phenomenon began with tiny Blade Inductrix quad by Horizon Hobby. Weighing less than an ounce and with ducted propellers, the little quad was soon modified by a group of enthusiasts led by Jesse Perkins, who figured out how to put a tiny camera and video transmitter on the small frame, turning it into an incredibly fun-to-fly FPV machine. Perkins' vision, which became known as the Tiny Whoop, led to the formation of a "movement" dedicated to these little FPV quads, which can safely be flown indoors and in close proximity to people. It's also led to some great videos, as pilots use the DVR's on their goggles to capture their Tiny Whoop flight footage. As you will see in this collection, Tiny Whoops turn even ordinary locations into fantastic aerial playgrounds! Aerial photo "The Life" by AirVuz contributor and Tiny Whoop pilot Green FPV.
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