BetaFPV Beta 75 DSMX with BetaFlight OSD



Hello everyone welcome back.

In today’s video I will be showing you the new BetaFPV Beta 75 with a built in DSMX SBUS receiver. This is a great step up from the 65mm tiny whoops out there. The motors are fast and last a while. The camera has awesome reception and good color. You can fly it with a range of batteries. I fly batteries ranging from 230mah – 450mah.

Here are the full specs

Wheelbase: 75mm
Weight: 32g (without battery)
Flight Controller: BETAFPV F3 EVO Brushed FC with Native Frsky receiver
Firmware Version: Betaflight SPRACINGF3EVO 3.1.6
Motor: 7x20mm Coreless Brush Motor, 17500KV
Receiver: Frsky D8 potocol with PA / DSMX / Flysky rx with AFHDS 2A protocol
Camera and 5.8G Tx: AIO 520TVL 1/4 Inch Camera 25mW 40CH
Batterry: 3.7V 230mAh Lipo battery with PowerWhoop connector
Flight time: 3 min 30 second

I also wanted to include a short set up guide. I have heard that people are having issues and I hope this helps.

Dont forget to visit the BetaFPV helpdesk for documentation on their products. They have a lot of articles that helped me solve my issues.

If you need help with setting up your Devo 7e with your new Beta 75 or Beta 65s check out my full setup guide.


Buy a Beta 75 today

Pick up some of their 260mah LiHV lipos

Pick up some of the Gaoneng 450mah Lipos. More flight time 🙂

Pick up a 5 pack of BetaFPV Camera Canopies


What I use and fly.
Beta 75

Beta 65s

Beta 65s with OSD

Replacement Beta 65s Frame

Betafpv 260mah LiHV Lipo Battery

Taranis Q X7

Makerfire VR008 Pro FPV Goggles

I film my videos with my Samsung Note 5


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