Lightweight brushless palm sized drone running opensource betaflight
MANA285 a great ready to fly clone of Vortex 285 that runs on open source software and is an ideal platform for long range.Read more "M285: Affordable InmersionRC Vortex quadcopter clone running Open Source"
STorM32: Open Source 3D Gimbal, affordable aerial cinematographer’s tool takes you places you never dreamt of for a fraction of the price of proprietary products.
Inexpensive, durable, hackable GPS drone with autonomous return to home and auto-land feature
A compilation of those few drones to which you can install a firmware based on open source. Whether you’re new to quadcopters and looking for something you can put an alternative firmware to play around with or an aspiring drone programmer looking for a developer platform, cheap quadcopters are a great way to start familiarizing with open source in aerial vehicles.
I take a $15 toy quadcopter and transform it into a Tiny Whoop “like” FPV setup but way cheaper using 3d print open source added enhancements.
Microsciky 32 board lightweight built-in brushed ESC, DSM2 and open-source Cleanflight support.