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New DJI Phantom 2 Drone Quadcopter w/ Zenmuse H3-3D GoPro Camera Gimbal Combo

December 14, 2014 - Comment

DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter with Zenmuse H3-3D 3-Axis Gimbal and Transmitter, 20.7 ft/s (6 m/s) Speed, 2.4GHz Frequency, Up to 22 Minutes Flying Time, GPS Autopilot *Does Not Include Go Pro Camera* Zenmuse H3-3D is NOT Installed, but it is really easy to install u you can see a YouTube video. About the DJI Phantom

DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter with Zenmuse H3-3D 3-Axis Gimbal and Transmitter, 20.7 ft/s (6 m/s) Speed, 2.4GHz Frequency, Up to 22 Minutes Flying Time, GPS Autopilot *Does Not Include Go Pro Camera* Zenmuse H3-3D is NOT Installed, but it is really easy to install u you can see a YouTube video. About the DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter The DJI Phantom 2 Quadcopter with Phantom 2 Gimbal and Transmitter is the second generation Phantom quad-rotor RC helicopter from DJI and is bundled with the Zenmuse H3-3D 3-axis gimbal. With a larger battery and improved prop design, flying time lasts to up to 22 minutes, compared to around 14 minutes on the original DJI Phantom Quadcopter. This product will appeal to a variety of potential users, from RC aircraft hobbyists who want to record their flights to videographers and photographers looking to open up a whole new range of shooting possibilities. The Phantom 2 Gimbal is a 3-axis, motorized stabilizer for mounting a GoPro HERO3 or HERO3+ action camera. It helps isolate the camera from vibration incurred by the rotors to give you the smoothest possible aerial video. In addition, it allows the camera to tilt between -130 to +50deg. with a precision of ±0.08deg.. Tilting is controlled via a lever that attaches to the back of the transmitter. Included with this “ready-to-fly” version of the Phantom 2 Quadcopter is a 6-channel, 2.4GHz transmitter (TX) that comes pre-bound with the aircraft. It features an operational range extending up to 3,280′ line-of-sight, depending on conditions. The controls are configured in “Mode 2″, which is the most popular mode among RC pilots in the U.S. Because of the complexity associated with multi-rotor aircraft, the Naza-M V2 flight control system in the Phantom 2 relies on a GPS-based navigation as well as gimbal, compass and other data to maintain flight stability and provide other assisted-flying features. While fully manual operation is possible and can be unlocked using the Naza Assistant Software, most users, especially videographers hoping to get the smoothest possible shoots, will opt for GPS or GPS Attitude flight mode. In GPS Mode the Naza system keeps the Quadcopter stable and right-side-up when moving and holds it in a fixed horizontal and vertical position whenever you release the sticks. New for this model, the Phantom 2 features a 5200 mAh battery system that has been simplified from the previous Phantom version. The battery now slots in without having to connect any DC leads and features four LED indicators visible on the outside, tail-end of the aircraft helping you keep track of battery levels in flight. Charging is also simplified, with all of the charging circuitry now built into the battery itself, there is no more separate balance lead to worry about plugging in. Because of this design, the Phantom 2 battery cannot be charged with all-purpose balance chargers, only chargers made specifically for it. For a complete first-person view (FPV) experience you will probably want to add a wireless video transmitter. Because the Wi-Fi system on the GoPro operates on the same 2.4GHz band as the Phantom 2’s transmitter it may cause interference with aircraft operation and should never be used. Instead an option such as DJI’s own AVL58 5.8 GHz Video Link Kit, or a third-party solution that can be set to 5 GHz or higher, may be used for live video transmission. The Phantom 2 is an evolution of the Phantom. It features the same compact and highly integrated design, but comes with FPV flying and Aerial Photography support right out of the box. Hardware mountings and software tuning are all carried out prior to delivery, meaning with rotors attached, a charged battery and transmitter batteries available it can fly immediately. Additional features include a higher payload, a built-in intelligent battery, H3-3D gimbal support and other functions. Customized H3-3D Gimbal Support A customized H3-3D gimbal, designed for easy assembly and connectionis available for the Phantom 2. Its stabilityensures high quality footage and the camera’s pitch can be controlled from the transmitter, allowing pilots to be more creative. Can-bus Expansion Module for Function Expansion Functions of the Phantom 2 can be expanded through its Can-bus module, which can be used for IOSDor 2.4 G Bluetooth Datalink. Easy upgrade to FPV: AV output and video-downlink power cables already installed, ready for upgrade. Precision Flight and Stable Hovering Integrated GPS auto-pilot system offers position holding, altitude lock and stable hovering allows attention to be focused on shooting. 25min Flight Time & Intelligent Battery High capacity, high performance 5200mAh intelligent Lithium Polymer battery offers up to 25 minutes of flight time, with battery capacity data, overcharge/discharge protection and maintenance reminders for greater reliability. Auto Return-to-Home & Landing: If the Phantom 2 and its controller disconnect during flight for any reason, the Naza-M autopilot system’s failsafe protection will come to the rescue. Outputs of all command sticks on the controller will go to the center position and if the signal is good enough the Phantom 2 will return to home and land automatically. You can also program a One Key Go Home function through the Assistant software. Intelligent Orientation Control (IOC) In traditional multirotor flight, forward is tied to the direction of the nose. Using IOC, it flight is much simpler. In Course Lock mode, forward direction is will always be the direction the nose faced at takeoff, while in Home Lock mode forward takes the Phantom 2 back to where it took off. Users can adjust these settings as they please. Advanced Power Management Power consumption has been improved by a custom power management system that monitors power capacity and voltage. Low power is indicated by the LED. If power drops below safe levels, the Phantom 2 will land automatically during low battery level. Easy Battery Replacement Integrated battery compartment allows for near instant battery changes. Self-tightening Propeller Install propellers without worry using self-tightening propellers that only install in the right place. These will also tighten during flight, enhancing safety. All propellers have been carefully and dynamically balanced to eliminate the jello effect. Aircraft PHANTOM 2 Weight (w Battery) Hover Accuracy (Ready to Fly) Max Yaw Angular Velocity Max Tilt Angle 1000g Vertical:0.8m; Horizontal: 2.5m 200°/s 35° Max Ascent / Descent Speed Max Flight Speed Diagonal Length 6m/s 10m/s 350mm Flight Time Take-off Weight Operating Temperature 25mins 1.3kg MAX -5 ~ 50°C Battery Battery Battery Weight Charging Current 5200mAh Lipo 340g 4A Transmitter Operating Frequency Communication Distance (open area) Receiver Sensitivity (1%PER) 2.4GHz ISM 1000m -97dBm Battery Power Consumption 4 AA Batteries 100 mA@6V

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