Walkera Rodeo 110 Racing Drone 110mm RC Quadcopter RTF DEVO 7 TX With 5.8G 40CH Goggle4 FPV Glasses / 600TVL Camera /Battery /Charger

$439.99 (as of February 21, 2018, 4:51 PM)

Equiped with 600TVL HD wide-angle camera; With Walkera 5.8GHz FPV Goggle4 Video Image Transmission Glasses
High power real-time image transmission,support image transmission power 200mw/600mw one key to switch·
Rodeo combined with high efficiency power system and high-performance 850mah Li-po battery,the flying time can be 6 minutes

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Rodeo 110 compromised Walkera’s strong technology and the deep insight for the requirements of the players. adopts the volume and the Weight as coreless motors,but has the violent acceleration as racing drones,it makes you enioy the funny of the FPV racing,Although Rodeo 110 is small but complete, violent acceleration body wheelbase is only 110 mm,net weight(not including the battery)is less than 100g,but Rodeo 110 compromises the strong brushless power and the hign impactedcarbon fiber body frame.Front lamp HD camera and 5.8GHZ realtime image transmission technology,makes you have a free fight although in a indoors dark light.

Includes:
•1 * Walkera Rodeo 110 Quadcopter (with Camera)
•1 * 7.4V 850mAh 25C 2S Li-Po Battery
•1 * Charger
•1* DEVO 7 Transmitter
• 1*Walkera Goggle4 5.8GHz FPV Video Image Transmission Glasses
Equiped with 600TVL HD wide-angle camera; With Walkera 5.8GHz FPV Goggle4 Video Image Transmission Glasses
High power real-time image transmission,support image transmission power 200mw/600mw one key to switch·
Rodeo combined with high efficiency power system and high-performance 850mah Li-po battery,the flying time can be 6 minutes
There is PPM/SBUS radio interface on flight control,can extend to install other brand radio,like Futaba.
DEVO 7 Transmitter

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