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Immersion RC Vortex 285 RC Racing Drone Quadcopter FPV case 2 Batteries fire bag

Price: £209.00

Product Details

Type :

Quadcopter

MPN :

Does Not Apply

Brand :

immersionrc

What the Seller Says

ImmersionRC Vortex 285 ARTF Mini Racing Quad With T Motors 2 batteries,fire bag,case and an rx included as well as spare props, condition i bought and havent dared to use, it looks new to me. Maybe used a few times. The ImmersionRC Vortex 285 First Person View FPV racing system team have combined a unique foldable mini-quad frame and added the best of ImmersionRC products to deliver one of the best racing systems to date. This Vortext is supplied with the high-end 1806, 2300kV T-Motors for best performance while racing. The ImmersionRC Vortex 285 has an integrated flight controller, with a 3 axis Gyro, 3 axis Accelerometer, and barometer pre-programmed with CleanFlight; this means that the Vortex flight controller is future-proof through downloadable updates. The PIDs (tuning of the systems performance) are adjusted on-screen, this is a very easy to use menu, and being driven directly from the R/C Tx there is no need for a laptop at the field, no more dip-switches to flip or adjust. The Vortex 285 has a direct high-speed interface to a full-graphic OSD system, with USB port on the back of the Vortex 285 quad for programming and updates. The pre-installed NexWaveRF 5.8GHz video transmitter, with 40 channel support, ensures compatibility with any 5.8 GHz A/V Rx on the market. ImmersionRC’s exclusive RaceBand allows for up to 8 pilots to fly together. This makes the Vortex a very flexible system which should work with any other systems you already have. Please check that you are allowed to use this transmitter in your country. The flexible Vortex 285 camera mount supports both a flight cam, and an HD camera such as a GoPro, or Mobius. The flight camera is protected from impacts, and is mounted on a vibration-dampened carbon-fiber plate. The Vortex 285 has an adjustable bracket allows the camera to be tilted to ensure a good forward view during high-speed racing.
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