Horizon Hobby 350 QX, GoPro quadcopter

2013-07-11

Horizon Hobby 350 QX, GoPro quadcopter

To be released by Horizon Hobby just in time for Christmas a competitor for the DJI Phantom the current king of the ready to fly GoPro capable multirotors that has been on the market since January 2013. Parrot might be kicking themselves that they have not created a slightly more capable AR.Drone that can lift a GoPro out of the box without modifications.

GPS hold and return to launch all for the very reasonable price of $469 just a shade over $200 cheaper than the Phantom. If you already have a TX you can buy a bind and fly version for $419350 QX 3qrterlet the GoPro quadcopter price wars begin!

Blade is taking their knowledge of heli design to the aerial video market with the 350 QX. This highly capable quadcopter features dynamic flight modes that enable stable video capture from an included GoPro® compatible camera mount. With the 350 QX, novices and experts alike can get involved in this exciting hobby with Ready-to-Fly and Bind-N-Fly models available upon release.





Key Features

  • SAFE™ technology provides three flight modes with the flip of a switch
  • Smart Mode with GPS/altitude hold, stick relativity and the innovative SAFE circle
  • Stability Mode with flight envelope protection and GPS hold
  • Agility Mode for aerobatics and aggressive flying
  • Return Home function automatically lands at the home position
  • GoPro®compatible anti-vibration camera mount* included (camera not included)
  • Intelligent motor control automatically stops the propellers upon impact with an object
  • Ready-to-Fly out of the box with a Spektrum™ DX5E transmitter, 3S 2200mAh LiPo battery and charger

source: suasnews.com


Region:  USA and Canada
Contry:  USA
Category:  UAV


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