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Budget FPV Quad Bundled Kit

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Budget FPV Quadcopter Kit

This kit is setup so that you’ll be able to get into FPV with the smallest budget available to you; without needing all the knowledge of knowing which parts and components are compatible with each other. This kit includes everything you need so that you can get flying. Links to individual products included in this kit can be found below.

Our Recommendation

Purchasing a quadcopter on a small budget is a difficult task. This kit is put together to have great components whilst still keeping the focus on a small budget. If you are new to FPV, this quad will be great for a beginner to intermediate pilot.

Please read through the Purchasing Guidelines below to have a better understanding of which Addons you should consider purchasing.

The Budget FPV Quadcopter Kit includes the following parts

Base Components - Budget FPV Quadcopter Kit

Frame: QAV-X CHARPU FPV Racing Quadcopter (4mm)
Electronic Speed Controllers (x4): DYS XSD 20A 3-4S ESC BLHeli_S
Motors (x4): Cobra CP-2205-2300 Champion Series Multirotor Motor
Flight Controller: F4 Advanced Flight Controller - (MPU6000, STM32F405)
Power Distribution Board / On Screen display: Matek PDB-XPW 5V 12V Dual BEC PDB Built-in 150A Current Sensor with XT60PW Socket
Video Transmitter: Lumenier TX5GPro Mini 200mW 5.8GHz FPV Transmitter with Power Switch
FPV Camera: RunCam Swift - 600TVL Camera 26mmx26mm
Antennas: Aomway 5.8GHz 4-Leaf Clover Antenna Set for TX/RX (RP-SMA) (RHCP)
LiPo Battery Strap: Lumenier Small LipoStrap (3pcs)
Propellers (3 sets): Lumenier 5x5x3 - Butter Cutter Propeller (Set of 4 - Transparent Black)

Configurable Addons

RADIO (Select one)
Mid-range: FrSky Taranis Q X72.4GHz 16CH Transmitter (White)
Premium: FrSky Taranis X9D Plus 2.4GHz ACCST Radio (Mode 2)

Recommended: FrSky X4R-SB - 3/16 Channel Receiver w/ SBUS

GOGGLES (Select one)
Budget: FXT Marvel Vision 5.8 GHz FPV Goggles
Mid-range: HeadPlay HD FPV Headset w/ 40ch 5.8GHz Raceband Receiver
Premium: Fat Shark Dominator HD3 FPV Goggles

VIDEO RECEIVER (Required when purchasing Fat Shark Goggles)
Mid-range: Fat Shark 5.8GHZ 5G8RX 32ch Race Band Receiver Module for Dominators
Premium: Furious True-D Diversity Receiver Module 5.8GHz System

VIDEO RECEIVER ANTENNA (Required when purchasing Furious True D Video Receiver for Fat Shark Goggles)
Recommended: TrueRC 5.8GHz X-AIR(RHCP)

CHARGER (Select one)
Budget: EV-Peak C1 50W 6Amp NiMH / LiPO Battery Balance Charger
Mid-range: EV-Peak C4 80W 8Amp NiMH / LiPO Battery Balance Charger
Premium: EV-Peak CQ3 Multi Charger 4x 100W NiMH / LiPO with Built-in Balance

Mid-range: Lumenier 1300mAh 4s75c Lipo Battery (XT60)
Premium: Lumenier Graphene 1300mAh 4s 80c Lipo Battery

LiPo Tester: 1-8S Lipo Battery Voltage Tester / Low Voltage Buzzer Alarm
LiPo Bag: Lipo-Safe Bag

Recommended: Lowepro QuadGuard BP X2

Camera: GoPro HERO5 Session
Memory Card: SanDisk 64GB microSDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card with microSD Adapter (80MB/s)
Action Camera Mount: QAV-X GoPro SessionMount

Hat: Lumenier Flexfit Hat (L/XL)
Lumenier T-Shirt: Lumenier T-Shirt
GetFPV T-Shirt: GetFPV T-Shirt

Purchasing Guidelines

If you currently don’t have any FPV related products, you would need the following items.

  • Quadcopter
  • Radio
  • Radio Receiver
  • FPV Goggles
  • Video receiver (only for Fat Shark Goggles)
  • Charger
  • Batteries
  • LiPo Bag
These components are the bare minimum that you need to fly FPV, as explained in THIS VIDEO by Jack from FPV Academy.

If you already have a few of the listed items, select the “None” option to skip it.

You need a radio to be able to fly your quad. The Quadcopter does not include a Radio Receiver, so you would need to add a Radio Receiver that is compatible with your Radio to be able to fly the quad.

All the listed goggles are great for flying FPV! Select the goggle that suits your budget. If you do decide to purchase the premium, Fat Shark goggles; you would have to add a Video Receiver to your order as it does not come built-in with one. The other goggles already have a video receiver included, so no need to add one to your order if you select a different option than the Fat Shark Goggles.

The Fat Shark Goggles DO NOT include a built-in receiver so you would have to include one as an addon if you select the Fat Shark Goggles. Both receivers are great but we would recommend the Diversity Receiver if your budget allows for it. The Diversity Receiver allows you to attach 2 antennas to your goggles, giving you a clearer picture in certain conditions. If you do select the Diversity Video Receiver, then you would need to purchase the extra “Patch” Antenna which allows for the performance gain.

Any charger would be able to charge your batteries. The only difference would be the amount of input ports available, the Wattage that the charger is capable of and a few other bells and whistles such as touch screens and additional features (which aren’t always necessary unless you are interested in knowing a lot of additional information about your batteries such as Internal Resistance etc.) If you are going to be serious about flying, we would recommend the 4-input charger so that you can charge multiple batteries at a time.

The batteries included in this kit is some of the highest performing batteries on the market. Usually, depending on how you fly, a 1300mah 4S battery would last you anywhere between 90 seconds to 6 minutes. That’s usually not a lot of time. We would recommend that you have a minimum of 4 batteries to fly as it would allow you to fly more and have an extended “FPV grin” on your face! You can never have too many batteries.

LiPo Bag... We’ll say it again... LiPo Bag… This is one of the most important components in your FPV setup. LiPo fires are a real danger. Whilst they don’t happen often, you always want to be safe! We recommend that you store no more than 4 batteries per LiPo bag. ALWAYS charge and store your LiPo batteries inside a LiPo Bag. We’d also recommend adding a LiPo Tester to your cart; it allows you to check the Voltage Levels of your battery so that if you’re unsure whether it’s charged or not, you can plug it in and get an answer.

Now that you have all this gear, how will you be transporting it to the field and back? Any normal backpack will suffice, however, there are bags specifically made for FPV Gear. A dedicated FPV Gear bag will also protect all of your gear during transport.

Once you’re up and flying, you’ll want to share your FPV flights with family, friends and the FPV Community. The best way to do this is with an Action Camera. We would recommend the GoPro Hero 5 Session. Remember to include a Memory Card if you don’t have one lying around. We’d also recommend the 3D Printed GoPro Hero 5 Session mount made specifically for this quadcopter.

Going to an FPV meet-up? Want to look great when flying FPV? Wearing the Lumenier and GetFPV branded Apparel makes it official; you are now an FPV enthusiast.


Flying FPV can become addictive.