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Ionic Stratus Drone Quadcopter for GoPro with 6-axis gyro system, one-key return, headless mode, shock absorption cradle head (Silver)(Compatible with Hero4)

August 31, 2015 - Comment

Product Features Ionic Stratus Drone Quadcopter for GoPro with 6-axis gyro system, one-key return, headless mode, shock absorption cradle head (Silver)(Compatible with Hero4) The first affordable highly versatile 6-axis gyro-system based drone quadcopter capable of carrying a go pro Hero camera. Compatible with all models of go pro Hero, this quadcopter comes equipped with the

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Product Features

  • Ionic Stratus Drone Quadcopter for GoPro with 6-axis gyro system, one-key return, headless mode, shock absorption cradle head (Silver)(Compatible with Hero4)
  • The first affordable highly versatile 6-axis gyro-system based drone quadcopter capable of carrying a go pro Hero camera. Compatible with all models of go pro Hero, this quadcopter comes equipped with the attachment in which you can attach your go pro camera.
  • This quadcopter supports the headless mode, in which you don’t have to worry about the orientation of the quadcopter when it is flying. It is very easy to get in and out of headless mode while the quadcopter is still flying.
  • Supports 1-button 3D roll function – just press that button and see the quadcopter perform a 3-D roll! Supports 1-key roll forward – just press the roll back key and the quadcopter will roll forward once.
  • Comes with landing hear attachment so that when it lands, the quadcopter is well supported on its landing hear and your camera is well protected.

Comments

Angel Dominguez says:

Too cool I got this and a gopro for my sons birthday and he just loves it!

Parnell Scott says:

Wow This is the safest for my gopro and its the easiest to control.

Kenneth White says:

Awesome This copter has a feature called headless. That means I control the directions exactly how they look (up, down, left, and right). However other copters without that feature would change the directions based on the helicopters location to the controller. So if it was facing towards me and I wanted it to go right instead it would turn left.

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