The Hawk 5 is the newest 5-inch 210mm X frame quad from EMAX. Their range of quads starts with the very popular brushless BabyHawk up to their original Nighthawk which had several different variants and configurations. The Hawk 5 is the first EMAX quad aimed squarely at the racer market using high spec components. And I’m sure this is their response to the other great ready to fly quads being released by Diatone, ViFly and others.
In this review I’ll cover what’s in the box, a review of the quad frame, electronics, motors and some flight footage.
Checkout part 2 of the review here:
You can get the EMAX Hawk 5 here :
But I notice these are selling out fast I guess because they are so good.
Here’s the full spec:
Clean build using the proven Magnum F4 Tower System
Stackable Omnibus F4 Flight controller
30ax 4 DSHOT 600 ESC
Frsky XM+ receiver (D8 mode)
25/200 48ch 5.8ghzVTX
Vibration Dampening Suspension System
Built-in OSD with realtime readouts from Battery Voltage, Flight time, to Receiver Signal Strength
Foxeer Arrow Micro v2 600TVL CCD camera with a sharp wide angle 150 degree lens
Lightweight Dipole Whip or Circular Polarized LHCP Pagoda V2 Antenna Included
Powerful EMAX LS2206 2300kv motors
Avan Flow 5 inch Propeller designed for control and efficiency
Aerospace grade Carbon Fiber Frame with optimized lowdrag and exchangeable arms with Reinforced top plate braces
270 grams with props
Spare arm and hardware included