Использую с turnigy 9xr). Получается почти полное погружение в полет. But they are also not easily modified or improved on and are not easy to upgrade to a more powerful flight controller like the Pixhawk. So although they are a moderately capable one stop solution, they can also be a bit of a costly dead end. The Blade Nano QX at $90.00 below right is also highly recommended, is very light and easy to fly and incredibly durable. If you are just starting out: Get one of these inexpensive, small, durable Quadcopters and learn to fly it well, it will save you a lot of money. The F450 can be both a flying toy and a great help for professionals if equipped with all the necessary accessories. Thanks to the built-in PCB wiring, you can probably build your copter in less than two hours.
Unless you find and scrupulously follow a comprehensive article detailing a specific “build” a Frame Kit should not be your first copter. Otherwise, the size is the same and the power distribution boards are somehow identical. The built in Power Distribution Board is a nice feature to haveand cuts down on weight and clutter opposed to having a separate Power Distribution Board.The boards are smooth and have a nice finish to them which looks good. For for those with good DIY capabilities an Almost Ready To Fly build like the F450 FlameWheel described below can also work well. Clearly that goes double for Scratch Built. It isn’t actually all that hard to build a MultiCopter frame. However, a good Almost Ready To Fly kit plus some carefully chosen components can also result in an outstanding copter.
There are expensive, high end Multicopters, which are generally oriented to commercial photo or video use and outside our scope here. Team checks & calibrates every helicopters, Battery and Battery Charger to ensure everything is in good condition! But it is very unlikely to fly well or to be very serviceable or to well tolerate less than perfect “landings”. And this is no way to save money, RTF, Kits and ARF include high quality matched components and actually cost less. The ARF approach can often cost somewhat less and enable you to construct a copter that is specifically tailored to your needs. Both models can be controlled via GPS, but they differ in size and weight. The frame plates use a strong PCB material that further helps with damage mitigation.