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Heli-Max 1SQ V-CAM RTF Quadcopter

February 25, 2014 - Comment

FEATURES: Built-in digital camera lets user shoot and record aerial videos with transmitter activated On and Off control, RTF version also takes still photos LED illuminates each motor pod for exciting manuevers after dark Four independently controlled rotor blades make the 1SQ easy to fly indoors or outdoors in light winds TAGS-FX Sensor Fusion stabilization

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(as of January 22, 2018 16:26 UTC - Details)

FEATURES:
Built-in digital camera lets user shoot and record aerial videos with transmitter activated On and Off control, RTF version also takes still photos
LED illuminates each motor pod for exciting manuevers after dark
Four independently controlled rotor blades make the 1SQ easy to fly indoors or outdoors in light winds
TAGS-FX Sensor Fusion stabilization system with a 3-axis gyro and 3-axis acellerometer corrects drift as well as unwanted movement in yaw, pitch and roll,
Heli-Max TX460 6-channel 2.4GHz radio with beginner and expert modes, servo reversing, charger port, and SLT receiver, Auto-FLIP button on transmitter performs impressive flips
1S 250mAh LiPo battery
USB compatible battery charger
Molded plastic and composite materials for high durability
Heli-Max guarantees this kit to be free from defects in both material and workmanship at the date of purchase. This warranty does not cover any component parts damaged by use or modification.
INCLUDES: RTF 1SQ Quadcopter with 2.4GHz Radio, LiPo Battery, USB Charger, four extra Blades, Screwdriver, four AA Batteries, Instructions, 2 GB Memory Card and USB microSD card reader
REQUIRES: (Not included)
Device such as a personal computer with a USB port to power charger
SPECS:
Length: 5.7″ (145mm)
Width: 5.7″ (145mm)
Height: 1.37″ (35mm)
Weight with Battery: 1.1oz (31.2g)
Blade Length: 2.16″ (55mm)

Comments

Matthieu P. Raillard says:

Awesome little copter, durable and fun. First of all, I’ll preface this by saying that while I’m not new to RC vehicles, this is only my second helicopter-type vehicle. I previously owned a “toy grade” coaxial helicopter that was fun but broke very quickly and never really lived up to its expectations (it was a Brookstone Cloudforce copter). This quadrocopter falls into the entry-level “hobby grade” category. It’s a bit more expensive than the helis at the mall, but it’s more durable, has a four-channel controller (as opposed to 2…

Nick Danger "FilmBuff" says:

Great fun, but be careful… First of all I have to say that it’s not as easy to fly as it appears to be in the youtube videos. It definitely has a learning curve. The hardest part is learning that which way you move the control sticks to make it go left, right, forward, and backwards depends on which way the copter is going. It the copter is going away from you, you move the stick left to go left. If the copter is going towards you, moving the stick to the left will make the copter go to the right. Seems obvious, but…

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