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Apollo-A is a RTF quad-rotor designed for sports video hobby


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Apollo is a RTF quad-rotor designed for sports video hobbyists, with integrated flight control system including GPS and Wireless Image Transmission System which provides precise Position Hold, Fail Safe and Semi-autopilot, equipped with high performance brushless motor, ESC and carbon fiber propellers. All preparation before flight is to install dry cell(AA*4) for transmitter. In addition to perfect match for sports video devices such as Gopro, its built-in 1080P HD tiny camera can also bring excellent FPV vision. Apollo is set to be one of the best suites for sports video.
-Install Dry Battery Cell and Ready To Fly
-Cool Appearance And Convenient For Carrying
-Precise Hovering and Self-leveling with GPS
-Two-Axis Stabilization Gimbal
-Highlighted LED Indicator
-Low Noise and High Performance Brushless Motor
-Fail-Safe Mode
-Low Voltage Protection
Item Packing
Apollo RTF version (A)
-Apollo X 1
-6 CH remote control and receiver x 1
-feet a pair x 1
-3 s, 11.1 V, 2200 mah battery x 1
-biaxial yuntai (can accommodate gopro) * 1 charger
Working Temperature-10°C ~ 50°C
Power Consumption3.12W
Takeoff Weight<1200g
Precise Hovering(with GPS)Vertical:± 0.8m;Horizontal:± 2.5m
Max Yaw Angular Velocity300°/s
Max Tilt Angle45°
Max Flight Velocity5m/s
Diagonal Distance(motor center to motor center)350mm
Working Frequency
2.4GHz ISM
Channel of Transmitter
6 Channel
Communication Distance(outdoor, barrier free)
Receiver Sensitivity(1%PER)
Power Consumption of TX
Working Current/Voltage 
52 mA@6V
AA Battery

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 06 June, 2013.



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