A sensor testing system for sensing, control, and modeling of a quad-winged Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) has been built this work. This system contains two important components. One is an Agilent AFM system for microscopic static force measurement and calibration of the sensor system and another one is a Photron high-speed photogrammetry system for macroscopic dynamic motion-force measurement and verification. The unique capability of combining AFM and high speed camera has been shown it can provide information covering from static to dynamic, from microscopic to macroscopic for flapping flight study and sensor research. It forms a close-to-real platform to study the flapping flight aerodynamics, to exam the flight condition visually, and to pave the road for the control of agile flights.