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  • Dromida Vista UAV Quadcopter Ready-To-Fly (DIDE03)

    $99.95 $69.88

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    Dromida Vista UAV Quadcopter RTF (DIDE03)

    FEATURES

    Frame: Rugged plastic
    Flight Modes: Four;
    Easy Mode: Control rates are low, default model for controller,
    for indoor use and when pilot is learning to fly
    Normal Mode: Control rates are high, for outdoor use or when more
    agility is desired
    Advanced Mode: Advanced stabilization is off and control rates are
    low
    Expert Mode: Advanced stabilization is off and control rates are
    high
    Performs flips at the touch of a button on transmitter
    Radio: Dromida MR100 SLT with digital trims, flight mode button and
    flip button, transmitter is powered by four included AAA batteries
    receiver is compatible with other SLT transmitters such as the
    Tactic TTX650, see COMMENTS
    Gyro: 3-axis with 3 accelerometers for stable indoor flight
    Lights: High-intensity multi-color LEDs for easy tracking and
    orientation
    Battery: 850mAh 1S LiPo
    Charger: USB type
    Warranty: Ninety day limited warranty through Hobby Services
    beginning at date of purchase

    INCLUDES

    RTF Vista UAV Quadcopter, Radio, LED Lights, extra set of Blades
    four AAA Batteries, LiPo Battery, USB Charger, Instruction
    Manual and Screwdriver

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Diagonal: 9.8" (251mm)
    Weight: 4.3oz (122g)

    COMMENTS

    Availble in the following colors;
    Blue, DIDE03BB
    Green, DIDE03GG
    Red, DIDE03RR
    White, DIDE03WW

    A transmitter with an AnyLink can also be used to fly this
    quadcopter provided it has helicopter programming, programmable
    mixing, and at least 6 channels to control all of the features of
    the Vista.

    FOLLOW RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION OF FPV AIRCRAFT
    Always follow the AMA Safety Code when operating model aircraft.
    Visit 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.