The finest quad system ever for emerging aerial photographers.
This is the Brushless Electric Powered, Radio Controlled, Ready to Fly X4 Pro FPV Quadcopter with Touch Screen Transceiver from Hubsan.
For advanced intermediate aerial photography enthusiasts.
Transceiver: Android operating system, 7" (177.8mm) touch screen with 1280 x 800 resolution, 10 channels, 2 video channels, video jack for FPV goggles (goggles not included), dual redundancy- telemetry displayed on OLED screen and Tablet, functions include GPS Coordinates, Speed, Distance, Altitude (ground level), Battery Voltage, TX Battery Voltage, RX Signal Strength and Video Feed Signal Strength
GPS: Waypoints, Return to Home, and Position Hold functions, programming compatible with Google maps, 32 separable savable waypoints-each adjustable for Altitude, Time at Waypoint, and Direction of X4 Pro
Loss of TX Signal-Automatically returns to home and lands via GPS Immediately lands if voltage drops too low (will not "Return Home" in the event of a low voltage situation)
Low Battery Warning-Battery capacity warning appears on screen asking pilot to return home
Wi-Fi: Turns off when motors are armed, and turn on when motors are
Return to Home: Returns to place motors were armed if TX signal is
lost, or if pilot engages manual Return to Home mode from TX
INCLUDES: X4 Pro FPV Quadcopter
7" Touch Screen FPV Transceiver with Neckstrap and Sunshield
1080p HD Camera
1S-3S AC Balancing Charger
Transmitter, Camera and Flight Batteries
Neck Strap and detachable Sunshield
Propellers and Spare Propeller Set with Removal Tool
Quad Size: 14.6" (370mm) diameter
Weight: 2.3lbs (1060g) RTF without accessories
(1420g) max takeoff weight
Flight Time: 32 minutes with no accessories
25 minutes with accessories installed
Prop Size: 9.4" (240mm) self tightening blades
Flight Battery: High density 3S 7000mAh 25C LiPo
Electronic Speed Control: 4-10A
Onboard Navigation Equipment: GPS, Barometer Compass
Flight Modes: Normal and Headless
Touch Screen Transceiver;
Android Device: Integrated android device for waypoint and more
advanced GPS features
Transmitter Size: 12.4 x 6.77 x 1.73" (315 x 172 x 44mm)
Weight: 2.42lbs (1100g) without battery
Receives: 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz
LiPo Battery: 5400mAh 7.4V 10C 39.96 Watt Hour
Channels: 10 channels, 2 video channels
Antennas: 1-function/data transmission, 2-video receiver
Trims: 4 digital
Switches: Actual Direction (AD), GPS, Return to Home, LED Lights
Gimbal Control: 2 rotating dials
Video Jack: For FPV goggles (not included)
Data Port: 2 Micro USB
Operating System: Android
Main Display: 7" (177.8mm) touchscreen
Main Display Resolution: 1280x800
Video Definition: 1920 x 1080P @30FPS
Photo Definition: 4032 x 3024 (12.2 megapixels)
Video Format: MOV
Photo Format: JPEG
Lens Field Angle: 132 degrees (actual)
Lens Specification: 1/3"
Size: 2.32 x 1.61 x 1.30" (59 x 41 x 33.2mm)
Weight: 1.59oz (45g)
LiPo Battery: 650mAh 1S
Battery Life: 1 hour (recording mode)
Memory Port: Micro SD card
Operating Temperature: 14 - 158°F (-10 - 70°C)
X4 Pro Deluxe: 3-Axis Gimbal:
Compatible with GoPro® and some other cameras.
Made from a metallic alloy which pairs lightness with impressive strength. Arrives assembled & equipped with three brushless motors.
Two operation modes for maximum versatility
Image Stabilization: works automatically to compensate for platform movement and maintain camera orientation on all three axes.
Tilt: Up to +/- 45˚ left/right, forward/back when X4 Pro tilts
Pan: Up to 145˚ left and right from dead center
Vertical Tilt: Travels through a 65-125˚ arc as measured from true vertical
Manual control of Tilt & Pan adjustments
Auto Land – Automatically lands the X4 Pro when voltage levels are too low Automatical returns to where it was armed:
If the signal is lost
When you flip the RTH switch on the transceiver
COMMENTS: FOLLOW RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION OF FPV AIRCRAFT Always follow the AMA Safety Code when operating model aircraft.
Visit http://www.modelaircraft.org and search for "FPV 550" and read "Document 550 - to learn about the safe operation of FPV "First Person View" systems in model aircraft.