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Dromida Ready-to-Fly HoverShot FPV

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Dromida has a new ready-to-fly fpv drone about to be available for purchase come October! The new Hovershot features a 720p first-person-view camera for videos and photos using the Dromida DroneView app in real time. Along with Altitude Hold, users can focus on capturing a perfect show without worrying about their positioning.

You can pre-order the RTF HoverShot FPV here for $99.99

Features

Hovershot FPV p1Fully assembled drone with:

  • Digital camera that shoots 720p FPV video and 1MP still photos in JPG format
  • Altitude Hold
  • Auto takeoff/landing buttons
  • Motor start/stop button
  • Auto Flip button for pro-style flips whenever you want
  • Rugged, crash-resistant molded plastic airframe
  • High-intensity LEDs that aid in orientation and tracking
  • Factory-installed motors, ESCs and onboard electronics
  • 3-axis gyro and 3 accelerometers for smooth, stable flight in all conditions
  • Power-on fail-safe—motors won’t start unless the radio is turned on
  • 3.7V 650mAh LiPo battery flies up to 7-10 minutes on a full charge
  • Charger plugs into any USB port for fast, full charges

MR101 transmitter with:

  • 2.4GHz technology for the best in dependable, interference-free control
  • Center spring throttle
  • Separate camera and video buttons
  • Universal mobile phone holder
  • Two flight modes let you activate the flight features you need, so you can fly the way you want.

Hovershot FPV p2Includes:

  • Assembled HoverShot drone
  • MR101 2.4GHz transmitter with built-in phone holder
  • 720p Wi-Fi FPV video/still camera
  • 2G micro memory card
  • 1S LiPo battery and USB charger
  • (4) “AAA” batteries
  • (4) extra blades
  • Screwdriver

Specifications:

  • Diagonal: 120 mm (4.72 in)
  • RTF Weight: 72 g (2.5 oz)
  • Requires: device for Android or Apple and DroneView app (download free from Google Play Store or App Store)

LINKS

Dromida – dromida.com

 

One comment

  1. How long does usually take to fly? and what is it’s flight time? And lastly what does the two light blink and then stop and then repetition mean?

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