DJI Phantom 3 Advanced with FPV 1080P Camera Real-time Footage Autopilot RTF
































Features :


EPIC AERIAL VIDEO
Imagine amazing, immersive footage at your fingertips. Imagine capturing content fit for the big screen, with crisp images, beautiful resolution, and vivid colors. With an integrated, stabilized camera, your Phantom 3 Advanced brings your imagination to life.

EASY TO FLY
Your Phantom 3 Advanced fits into your life and makes flying remarkably intuitive and easy. From takeoff to landing, it is completely under your control, responding to your commands while automatically handling the most complex aspects of safe, stable flight.

POWERFUL MOBILE APP
Complete power is at your fingertips. Control the camera and change flight settings, all from your mobile device.

LIVE HD VIEW
Experience a new view of your world, over distances up to 1.2 miles (2km) and in real time. Simply connect your phone or tablet, and a 720p HD view of everything your camera sees as you fly is displayed live. This immersive view streams to you in absolute clarity, enabling you to get that perfect shot and experience flying in a unique way.
This live view is made possible by DJI Lightbridge image transmission technology that is used by professional cinematographers and photographers who demand only the best. Fly while seeing everything in HD, and feel what it's like to be above your world without ever leaving the ground.

INTELLIGENT BATTERY
Higher voltage, more energy, and greater power combine to give you a vastly improved flight experience. This upgraded Intelligent Flight Battery has built-in sensors that let you know the status of your battery in real time, so you always know how long you can continue flying and when it’s time to recharge. Recharging is fast and easy, and the Phantom 3 Advanced Professional comes with an upgraded charger for substantially reduced charge times.

COMPLETE CONTROL
Keep your Phantom 3 Advanced fully under your command while accessing the most-used features right on the included remote controller. This crucial piece of your flight experience has been engineered specifically for flying camera platforms, making every flight easy, safe, and intuitive.

UNMATCHED PROPULSION
Each motor has the power and precision needed to give you the best flight experience possible. Brushless motors work with lightning-fast ESCs to make your Phantom 3 Advanced fast, agile, and responsive.

VISION POSITIONING
Fly indoors, low to the ground, and in GPS-free areas with Vision Positioning technology. Visual and ultrasonic sensors scan the ground beneath your Phantom 3 Advanced for patterns, enabling it to identify its position and move accurately.

WORRY-FREE AUTOPILOT
Automatic elements of your Phantom 3 Advanced’s intelligent flight system help you fly and are available at the touch of a button.































    Specifications:    


    Aircraft

    Weight (Including Battery And Propellers): 1280 g
    Diagonal Size (Including Propellers): 689 mm
    Max Ascent Speed: 5 m/s
    Max Descent Speed: 3 m/s
    Hover Accuracy: Vertical: +/- 10cm, Horizontal: +/- 1m
    Max Speed: 16 m/s (ATTI mode, no wind)
    Max Altitude Above Sea Level: 6000 m
    Operating Temperature: 0°C to 40°C
    GPS Mode: GPS/GLONASS

    Camera

    Sensor: Sony EXMOR 1/2.3” Effective pixels: 12.4 M (total pixels: 12.76 M)
    Lens: FOV 94° 20 mm (35 mm format equivalent) f/2.8, focus at ∞
    ISO Range: 100-3200 (video) 100-1600 (photo)
    Shutter Speed: 8s -1/8000s
    Image Max Size: 4000 x 3000
    Still Photography Modes: Single Shot, Burst Shooting: 3/5/7 shots, Auto Exposure Bracketing (AEB): 3/5, Bracketed Frames at 0.7EV Bias, Time-lapse
    Video Recording Modes (Phantom 3 Advanced): FHD: 1920x1080p 24/25/30/48/50/60; HD: 1280x720p 24/25/30/48/50/60
    Supported SD Card Types: Micro SD (Max capacity: 64 GB. Class 10 or UHS-1 rating required)
    Max Bitrate Of Video Storage: 60 Mbps
    Supported File Formats: FAT32/exFAT [Photo: JPEG, DNG Video: MP4, MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)]
    Operating Temperature: 0°C to 40°C

    Gimbal

    Controllable Range: Pitch -90° to +30°
    Stabilization: 3-axis (pitch, roll, yaw)

    Vision Positioning

    Max Velocity: Less than 8 m/s (when 2 m above ground)
    Altitude Range: 30 cm-300 cm
    Operating Range: 30 cm-300 cm
    Operating Environment: Surface with clear pattern and adequate lighting (Lux > 15)

    Remote Controller

    Operating Frequency: 2.400 GHz-2.483 GHz
    Max Distance: 2000m (outdoors and unobstructed)

    Video Output Port: USB
    Operating Temperature: 0°C- 40°C
    Battery: 6000 mAh LiPo 2S
    Mobile Device Holder: For tablet or phone
    Receiver Sensitivity (1%PER): 101 dBm ±2 dBm
    Transmitter Power (EIRP): FCC: 20 dBm, CE: 16 dBm
    Working Voltage: 1.2 A @7.4 V
    Battery Charger (Phantom 3 Advanced):
    Voltage: 17.4 V
    Rated Power: 57 W
    Intelligent Flight Battery
    Capacity: 4480 mAh
    Voltage: 15.2 V
    Battery Type: LiPo 4S
    Energy: 68 Wh
    Net Weight: 365 g
    Max Flight Time: Approximately 23 minutes
    Operating Temperature: -10°C to 40°C
    Max Charging Power: 100 W
    App / Live View
    Mobile App: DJI Pilot
    EIRP: 100mW
    Live View Working Frequency: 2.4GHz ISM
    Live View Quality: 720P @ 30fps (depending on conditions and mobile device)
    Latency: 220ms (depending on conditions and mobile device)
    Required Operating Systems: iOS 8.0 or later, Android 4.1.2 or later
    Recommended Devices:
    iOS: iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 2, iPad     mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 3, and iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular. This app is optimized for iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus
    Android: Samsung S5, Note 3, Sony Xperia Z3, Google Nexus 7 II, Google Nexus 9, Mi 3, Nubia Z7 mini (*Support for additional Android devices available as testing and development continues) 






















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Package Contents :    


    1 x Aircraft Body
    1 x Transmitter
    8 x Propellers
    1 x Intelligent Battery
    1 x Charger Set
    1 x Gimbal Clamp
    4 x Vibration Absorbers
    1 x 16GB Micro-SD Card
    1 x Micro-USB Cable 
    4 x Landing Pads
    1 x Propeller Wrench
    5 x Stickers
    1 x User Manual Bag 












T40C Large 3 Channel Helicopter







































Here’s a remote controlled helicopter that puts all those other RC flying machines in the shade and will give a record of what the helicopter sees


This large T40C 3.5 channel helicopter comes complete with on-board High Definition camera and is capable of taking photos and recording videos straight onto the included 2GB micro SD card and then copied to your computer or laptop with the supplied Micro SD USB card reader. With servo controlled blades and a 2.4GHz control, it is perfect for outdoor flying and is incredibly stable and amazingly easy to fly which makes it perfect for the beginner. The Gyro system ensures the helicopter rotors keeps spinning even in strong winds and also determines the flight heading of the helicopter. The Gyro is the core component used to determine the helicopter's directionality and does this by balancing the speed of the motors to counteract any torque rotation caused by the main blades spinning. It also has an efficient coaxial-rotor structure, whereby the helicopter incorporates two sets of main rotors, an upper and lower set to allow stability without the use of a tail rotor. The double motors mean that one motor powers a separate rotor, ie one motor powers the upper blades, and one the lower blades, providing powerful driving force for the flight.











































This amazing chopper provides long control distance (up to 150 meters), strong anti-interference ability, small power consumption, and rapid response. To record your journey during flight, press the record button on the transmitter, and save your flight images and video to the SD card.  The camera angle is adjustable, and it can be turned on or off when necessary by using the remote control. With this helicopter, you will now be able to see a high definition birds-eye view of your surroundings. Thanks to an onboard LED searchlight, flying in low light areas is easy, looks good and provides a bright forward facing light to help with orientation.










































Specifications

    In built MEMS GYRO to ensure stability
    Video is recorded in AVI format onto the supplied
    3 Channel which means the helicopter is capable of going forwards, backwards, left and right
    Charging Time: 3 hours
    Flying Time: 7-9 minutes
    Flight distance control - up to 150 metres
    2.4 GHz Radio controlled transmitter
    Battery: 7.4v 1500mAH Li-poly
    Requires 3xAA batteries for the controller (not included)
    Helicopter is charged via AC mains charger


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What's in the Box

    Ready to fly T40 Large Remote Controlled el Helicopter
    2,4 GHz Controller
    7.4v 1500mAH Li-poly Battery
    Charger
    Spares
    Instruction manual





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These giant RC airplanes are so huge that you can fly a kid inside





















I have seen big RC planes in the past, but this is really getting out of hand. I watch these videos of giant scale RC planes—the one above is 85 percent of the original size !—and I have to wonder what's the point. OK, I know the point: It's awesome, but you may as well build the entire thing.








A Pitts Python biplane at 85-percent scale. It can definitely fly a small kid inside.

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A Messerschmitt ME-262 jet plane.

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This one is 1:2 scale, the world's biggest RC Clip Wing Cub.

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The 19-foot wingspan B-17 Flying Fortress

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A B-25 Mitchell bomber from WW2 at 1:3 the scale.

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A 13-foot wingspan Beech—getting destroyed.

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Another airplane getting destroyed: An amazing B-29 Superfortress built at 1:5 scale.

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A B-29 with a 29.1-foot (8.9-meter) wingspan, four 160cc engines. 1:5 scale.

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A Sabre, with a more manageable scale 1:5. "Just" a two-meter wingspan, folks.

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A WACO YMF-5 RC Plane.

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How To Get Started with Hobby RC Vehicles

By Terry Dunn  



 Just like any other electronics-based industry, RC has seen enormous technological advancements in recent years. This is the first of a series of articles that will serve to explain the basics of RC and illustrate the scope of its creative possibilities.


The hobby of radio-controlled (RC) cars, boats, and aircraft has long been a gravitational pull for inventive makers. In fact, being a do-it-yourselfer was a prerequisite in the early days of RC. Not only did you have to build your own vehicles, you had to build the radio equipment too! A lot has changed about RC since then, but it is still a great avenue for creative minds to put their vehicular ideas and designs into tangible form.


























This is the first of a series of articles that will serve to explain the basics of RC and illustrate the scope of its creative possibilities. I recognize that some of you may be completely new to the RC scene, so I’ll start out with the essential rudiments. Just like any other electronics-based industry, RC has seen enormous technological advancements in recent years. For that reason, even those of you with previous RC experience may want to tune in and see what’s new.
My goal is to keep the first several guides focused on mainstream RC equipment and activities. Once everyone is up to speed on the basics, we’ll start to explore more diverse and advanced topics. Eventually, I’ll make some excursions to the lunatic fringe of RC (trust me; it’s a long, strange trip). I think you will be amazed by some of the unique things folks have come up with, and perhaps be inspired to create your own innovative designs.

Toy-Grade vs. Hobby-Grade

 

Before I dive in to explaining the different types of RC vehicles, I think it is important to make the distinction between toy-grade and hobby-grade RC stuff. You can expect just about any RC gadget purchased from Radio Shack or a big-box store (Target, Wal-Mart, etc.) to be a toy-grade item. That doesn’t mean it won’t be fun (I own several), but such items are meant to be disposable. They are not designed to accept performance-enhancing hop-ups or customizations. When they break, you may or may not be able to get replacement parts to keep them going.


























Keith Sparks is an RC flyer who typically prefers realistic looking models. He even added a wing-walking Susan Sarandon (as Mary Beth) to his Curtiss Jenny model inspired by the movie “The Great Waldo Pepper”.




Hobby-grade equipment will cost you more up front, but it will perform better and last longer. Obviously, a hobby shop is the place to go for these items. I still have my first RC plane, and it is in flyable condition. This poor airplane has been wrecked and repaired several times during its 30-year life of hard knocks, but the abuse isn’t evident from a casual glance. It has also been host to all sorts of radio gear and propulsion systems through the years. My collection also features several RC cars that are more than twenty years old and still going strong thanks to periodic maintenance and replacement parts when needed. This stuff is tough.
My point is not to kick sand in the face of toy-grade RC stuff…it definitely has its place. The focus of this series, however, will be on hobby-grade items.

Land Machines

 

Cars are an ideal way to get started in RC. I think that all of us have some experience driving real cars, golf carts, bicycles, scooters, or some flavor of steerable, wheeled vehicle. With that ingrained experience and only two basic operations to control (steering and throttle), most people become competent RC drivers pretty quickly. Additionally, most of us have access to the necessary open space to operate an RC car…whether it is your neighborhood street, an empty parking lot, or perhaps an organized race course.































The Traxxas Stampede is an ideal first RC car because of its toughness and simplicity. (photo courtesy of Traxxas)



RC cars and trucks come in a few standard scales such as 1/12, 1/10, and 1/8, with 1/10 being the most popular. For a first purchase, I recommend 1/10-scale, 2-wheel-drive (2wd) monster truck such as the Traxxas Stampede. The ARRMA Granite and ECX Ruckus appear very similar to the Stampede, although I have no personal experience with either of them. There are numerous versions of these trucks available. Traxxas even offers 4-wheel-drive variants of the Stampede. For the sake of simplicity, I think you should start out with a 2wd version.

You may also notice that the Stampede and Granite are available with either brushed or brushless motors. I’ll explain the differences between those types of motors in the future. For now, it will suffice to say that brushless is superior in every way except the price. If you can afford the brushless option, go ahead. But don’t feel bad about buying the low-buck package either. The brushed-motor versions of both trucks claim 30+ mph top speeds !





































With the body removed, you can see what makes the Stampede tick. RC cars of all types are highly engineered and precise machines. (photo courtesy of Traxxas)



The main reason that I recommend these types of vehicles for newbies is that they are at home on all types of terrain, including the street or your back yard. That’s why they are commonly called “backyard bashers”. They have big tires, strong bumpers, and lots of ground clearance so you can glide over, or bounce off of obstacles that you will eventually learn how to avoid. Of course, you will want to set up ramps and jump over things too. That’s what they’re made for, so bring it on.
As hobby-grade cars go, the Stampede and its cousins are quite simple. That makes them good platforms for learning how to repair, tune, and upgrade. These trucks come completely assembled, which may or may not be a good thing. Not so long ago, every RC car began as a box of loose parts. Beginner cars were judged by the quality of their parts as well as the clarity of the assembly manual. Personally, I think there is a lot of benefit to having personally built your truck. In addition to the satisfaction that comes from transforming a pile of nuts and bolts into a dirt-slinging wheelie-popper, you are also much better equipped to troubleshoot the inevitable problems that will pop up down the road. Regardless of the starting point, you will eventually have occasion to tear down your truck to replace a part or maybe just sate your curiosity. So, the lessons will come sooner or later.
































A big part of the fun of with RC cars is that they can be extensively customized. There are actually numerous companies that cater to the aftermarket needs (ok…wants) of RC drivers. You can buy custom tires and/or wheels (yes, even spinners), different shock oils, gears, springs, you name it. Perhaps the most commonly swapped part is the body shell. Most bodies are vacuformed from very tough, clear polycarbonate plastic (aka Lexan). You need special paint to bond to the Lexan, and it is typically applied to the inner surface of the body. The plastic then acts as a glossy and protective clear coat, so even a simple 1-color, spray can paint job can look nice. Of course, there are painters who take the Lexan medium to insane levels of artistry.

Eventually, you may want to participate in organized RC racing. Just like full-scale auto racing, there are many different types of RC racing to choose from: off-road, road course, drag racing, dirt-oval, to name just a few. The type of racing you choose is likely dependent on what tracks are available near you. Also akin full-scale auto racing is the level of refinement seen in RC racing vehicles. Just as you won’t see a top fuel dragster on the starting grid at the Indy 500, a RC stadium truck would be totally outclassed at a touring car event. There is certainly some commonality to be found in the machines used across multiple RC racing classes, but make no mistake: these are purpose-built, highly refined racing machines.

The RC car industry shares NASCAR’s philosophy of “Win on Sunday, sell on Monday.” To that end, there are teams of factory-sponsored RC drivers all over the world. They participate in local, national, and international races to earn glory for themselves and boost sales for their sponsors. Some of the more exceptional drivers have even managed to make a living at this gig. The point I’m trying to make is that RC racing can be a very intense, highly competitive hobby; but it doesn’t have to be. Most racing venues offer sportsman-level classes that are a bit more relaxed. You can choose the level of commitment that suits your temperament, budget, and driving skills.


Just like full-scale auto racing, there are many different types of RC racing to choose from: off-road, road course, drag racing, dirt-oval, to name just a few.


Sea Machines

 

RC boats are a close parallel to cars, with many different styles to choose from. The most common types are plastic-hulled speedboats that are very quick and maneuverable. But let’s not forget about sailboats, racing boats, airboats, scale boats, bb-shooting warships, and even submersible submarines. If your interests lean nautical, there’s probably an RC boat to scratch your itch.


























AquaCraft’s Reef Racer 2 will return to an upright attitude if you manage to flip it over in the water. Its small size and maneuverability allow it to be driven in small ponds or pools. (photo courtesy of Hobbico)



My suggestion for a first boat would be something like the AquaCraft Reef Racer 2 . This little electric-powered runabout is only 15” long, so you can actually run it in a moderately sized swimming pool. The big advantage of the Reef Racer over other boats is that it is self-righting. If you manage to flip it over from a too-sharp turn in rough seas, it will immediately flip right-side up. You can then continue on your way like it never happened.

Just like the trucks I suggested, the Reef Racer is a fully assembled product. You basically just charge the battery and go have fun. In this case, I don’t think you lose much by not building it yourself. With the top hatch removed, you can see the very simple drivetrain and rudder mechanism. If you ever need to perform repairs, it’s all right there.

































A big difference between cars and boats is that you have to be much pickier about where you operate a boat. Obviously, water is a prerequisite. More specifically, you’ll need a way to retrieve your vessel if something goes wrong. Short of calling the RC Coast Guard (which is probably busy tracking down RC drug smugglers), you could use a row boat, an RC “retrieval” boat (think of it as a waterborne tow truck), or maybe a tennis ball attached to a fishing pole. Trust me, it’s no fun watching the water current or prevailing winds carry your stranded boat into the horizon.
There are different classes of organized boat racing available. I have to admit that I have never participated in the racing side of RC boats, but it sure looks like fun. Some of those boats really move! I don’t think RC boat racing is nearly as widespread as car racing, so you may have trouble finding organized events near you. Then again, a race only needs two people. You can always scrimmage with a buddy at the local pond.

Air Machines

 

While I have always enjoyed RC cars and boats, my main interest focuses on things that fly. In the past several years the possibilities for RC flying things have expanded dramatically. I think the most significant change has been the development of practical electric-powered aircraft. RC models have traditionally been powered by small 2-stroke internal-combustion (IC) engines. The emergence of high-discharge Lithium Polymer (LiPo) batteries and efficient brushless motors really helped electric power escape from the workshops of tinkerers and become a feasible option for any modeler willing give it a try.
The arrival of practical electric power was the catalyst for several other developments in the world of RC flight. Without the vibration inherent in internal combustion motors, the necessary structures for electric-powered models can be much simpler and lighter than their IC-powered brothers. The natural evolution of this new-found freedom has been the use of inexpensive sheet foam for construction. Often times, a simple model design can be imagined, built, and flown in the same day. This sort of low-equity approach has emboldened modelers to really explore some avant-garde definitions of “airplane”.






























 The Great Planes Eagle 580 is a good example of the prefabrication common in most of today’s modern balsa airplanes. When you open the box, only final assembly steps remain. (photo courtesy of Hobbico)

 

 

While balsa wood models are still very popular, the act of actually building them is becoming a lost art. Most modern airplane kits are Almost Ready to Fly (ARF), meaning that the airframe is prefabricated and covered with a glossy polyester skin (usually in China). All that’s left is to install your power system and radio equipment, and then go fly. Ready to Fly (RTF) models allow you to bypass even those basic steps (except the flying part). You may only have to attach the wing and add fuel to the tank (or charge the battery).

What was once the mainstream source of RC airplanes (build-it-yourself balsa kits) is now a cottage industry served primarily by mom-and-pop outfits. I grew up building balsa airplanes and I still enjoy it on occasion. There are some modelers who prefer building over flying. It can definitely be therapeutic. This has been especially true since the advent of laser cutting, which is used by many kit manufacturers to create very precise parts that fit together easily. While there are no budgetary or schedule advantages to choosing a kit over an ARF or RTF model, you feel infinitely prouder and stand a little taller when an airplane you’ve built breaks the surly bonds.

What was once the mainstream source of RC airplanes (build-it-yourself balsa kits) is now a cottage industry served primarily by mom-and-pop outfits.





























The Multiplex FunJet Ultra typifies the tough, easily-built, molded foam models that are very popular today. This little guy easily reaches triple-digit speeds in flight. (photo courtesy of Hitec RCD USA)

 

 

A different breed of ARF/RTF model is dubbed “foamy”, for obvious reasons. These airframes are made of injection molded foam of various types. They are typically light and very durable. It is not uncommon to be able to smack one into the ground without causing any damage. That capability is a pretty big confidence builder for pilots who are still unsure of their flying skills.

It is often said that helicopters do not fly; they beat the air into submission. While it is obviously meant to be tongue-in-cheek, the saying alludes to the difficulty of flying traditional RC helicopters. Even with gyros and stabilization systems, these helis can be difficult to build, fly, and maintain. There is no question that they are complex machines and more than a bit intimidating to most rookies. Coaxial electric helicopters (identified by their two contra-rotating main rotors) came along several years ago and introduced a much smaller, lighter, and easier-to-fly alternative.

Coaxial helicopters like the Blade CX2 were embraced by wannabe rotary-wing pilots (the CX2 is still a great choice) and many new models were soon available. For many of these pilots, the CX2 was a gateway helicopter that eased their transition to the bigger, more complex machines. These days, there are countless helicopter models intended for flyers with all levels of experience (or inexperience).






























Multi-rotor aircraft are exploding in popularity, mostly due to their relative ease of control and ability to haul cameras.



Somewhere during the genesis of electric helicopters, multi-rotors hit the scene in a big way. These aircraft are rotary-wing flight in its simplest form. The only moving parts are the rotors. While the required electronics can be somewhat complex to understand, turnkey options are available too. My quad article provides much more info on these models, so I won’t rehash any more of it here.

While I recommended specific car, boat, and helicopter models for beginners, I hesitate to do so for airplanes. Very few people successfully learn to fly RC airplanes on their own. You have to acquire a lot of unintuitive skills to become a competent RC pilot, and that means getting help from an instructor. Most instructors have their own idea about what constitutes a good first airplane, and all of them are probably legitimate choices (hint: NONE of them will suggest the 100mph stealth fighter you covet…don’t bother asking). Rather than possibly contradict what your future instructor may tell you, my best advice is to seek out a local club and inquire about flying lessons.






























 The Traxxas DR-1 is a mini-sized coaxial helicopter (notice the two main rotors). Such simple and easily-flown models introduced many rookie flyers to the basics of flying helicopters (photo courtesy of Traxxas)

 

 

When you visit a RC flying field, you will probably see a large variety of aircraft types and flying styles. Some flyers prefer to mimic full-scale airplanes and helicopters in both appearance and performance. There are very prestigious competitions in that arena. Other flyers revel in making their RC aircraft gyrate in ways a “real” airplane or helicopter could never dream of. Those guys compete with each other too. Most RC pilots, however, are “Sunday flyers” who fly a mix of models and simply enjoy the thrill of outsmarting gravity (usually).





 






























 
    





 Real airplanes can’t hover in place (yet) but many RC airplanes can !

 

 

Coming Up

This completes my broad-brush overview of RC vehicles. I hope that you now have a better understanding of the breadth and depth of off-the-shelf RC gadgets. I’ve really done my job if you’re already “what if”-ing an innovative RC project for yourself. As I mentioned before, the RC hobby is constantly evolving (I really should have written this article in pencil)…and that’s one of the great things about it. Even if this information isn’t timeless, you should have a better idea of what you’ll see when you walk into your local hobby shop. Maybe you already know what you will be carrying when you walk out. In my next piece, I will introduce the finer points of RC radio systems and cover the different propulsion options that you can choose from.




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FTX Banzai 4WD RTR Street Drift Car







































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Take to the streets with FTX’s new Banzai drift chassis. Modeled around the hugely popular FTX Vantage and Carnage platform, the Banzai brings Japanese drift styling to the entry level Ready-To-Run arena.

Featuring a 4wd shaft driven design with front and rear metal-geared differentials, the Banzai is 99% complete from the box. Blue anodized aluminium components add a little style to the chassis along with the functionality of oil filled adjustable shock absorbers, front CVA universal driveshafts, ball bearings, adjustable suspension turnbuckles for tuning and a centre drive slipper to protect the transmission.

A waterproof electronic speed control, servo and receiver allow for use in a wide range of conditions and the 2.4ghz radio provides interference free signal no matter where you are.

Topped off and finished with an S15 style pre-printed drift body and a hard compound drift tyre on scale finish wheels, the Banzai is the perfect introduction to sideways street action !

FTX Banzai Features:


  • RTR with Etronix 2.4ghz Radio System

  • Waterproof receiver

  • Waterproof brushed motor speed control

  • Waterproof steering servo

  • 550 brushed motor

  • Voltz 1800mah 7.2v NiMh battery

  • Wall charger for battery

  • Moulded tub chassis

  • 4wd shaft drive with slipper system

  • Big bore oil filled adjustable shocks

  • Gearbox metal crown and pinion gear

  • Front universal driveshafts

  • Adjustable turnbuckles

  • Adjustable suspension (droop, camber, toe-in & wheelbase)

  • Foam front bumper

  • Scale finished wheels

  • Drift tyres


Spec Check:


  • Length: 440mm

  • Width: 195mm

  • Height: 130mm

  • Wheelbase: 275 x 280mm

  • Front Tyre: 24 x 60mm

  • Rear Tyre: 24 x 60mm

  • Gear Ratio: 6.5:1


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Heng Long German Panther Battle Tank





























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The fantastic-looking Heng Long German Panther RC BB Firing Tank 3819-1 Smoke and Sound is the latest addition by Heng Long’s amazing series of remote control battle tanks available in the market.The Heng Long German Panther 3819-1 1:16 RC Battle Tank is a truly awesome replica of the actual size German tank.
The German Panther tank is a very fearsome tank during World War II as it has more powerful gun penetration, better armour, and faster speed and can handle rough terrains.This remote control model tank is a great collector’s item and a popular choice among RC tank hobbyists and enthusiasts for its solid specs at an affordable price.

Key Features

  • 100% factory assembled and ready to run
  • (RTR) RC tank kit
  • Realistic suspension system
  • Shoots Airsoft BB Bullets
  • Machine-gun sound and cannonball soundWith sound and smoke
  • Maximum side turning angel of turret (left or right) with approximately 320-degree
  • Maximum climbing gradient that’s changeable on different road surfaces with approximately 35-degree
  • Maximum vertical turning angel of gun (up or down) with approximately 30-degree
  • High strength wheels and caterpillar
  • Full function control: can go high-speed forward, backward, high-speed backward and spin

Technical Data

  • 1:16 scale German Panther Tank
  • Product Size: 52 x 24 x 20cm
  • Plastic Type: ABS
  • Product Colour: hunter green

Specifications

  • Scale: 1:16
  • Frequency: 27/40 mHz
  • Battery: 7.2v-1700mAh
  • Rechargeable battery with AC-DC Adaptor
  • Control distance: 80-100 meters
  • Charging time: 1.5-2 hours
  • Playing time: 30-40 minutes
  • Maximum firing Range of Motor Air Gun:Approximately 25 meters (with hop-up system)
  • Gun shell: 6mm BB shell6m/m Ball bullet 80-100 pieces
  • Load of shells: Approximately 40 shells

What’s in the box?

  • 100% built Heng Long German Panther 3819-1 1:16 RC Battle Tank
  • Remote control7.2v-1700mAh
  • Rechargeable battery with AC-DC Adaptor
  • English Manual for users

Recommended Users

  • Users 14 years old and up

Required to Run

  • RC battery pack for the RC tank (included)
  • 8 AA batteries for controller (not included)
- See more at: http://giantred7.com/heng-long-german-panther-3819-1-1-16-rc-battle-tank.html#sthash.Ezr77es2.dpuf




The fantastic-looking Heng Long German Panther RC BB Firing Tank 3819-1 Smoke and Sound is the latest addition by Heng Long’s amazing series of remote control battle tanks available in the market.The Heng Long German Panther 3819-1 1:16 RC Battle Tank is a truly awesome replica of the actual size German tank.
The German Panther tank is a very fearsome tank during World War II as it has more powerful gun penetration, better armour, and faster speed and can handle rough terrains.This remote control model tank is a great collector’s item and a popular choice among RC tank hobbyists and enthusiasts for its solid specs at an affordable price.

Key Features

  • 100% factory assembled and ready to run
  • (RTR) RC tank kit
  • Realistic suspension system
  • Shoots Airsoft BB Bullets
  • Machine-gun sound and cannonball soundWith sound and smoke
  • Maximum side turning angel of turret (left or right) with approximately 320-degree
  • Maximum climbing gradient that’s changeable on different road surfaces with approximately 35-degree
  • Maximum vertical turning angel of gun (up or down) with approximately 30-degree
  • High strength wheels and caterpillar
  • Full function control: can go high-speed forward, backward, high-speed backward and spin

Technical Data

  • 1:16 scale German Panther Tank
  • Product Size: 52 x 24 x 20cm
  • Plastic Type: ABS
  • Product Colour: hunter green

Specifications

  • Scale: 1:16
  • Frequency: 27/40 mHz
  • Battery: 7.2v-1700mAh
  • Rechargeable battery with AC-DC Adaptor
  • Control distance: 80-100 meters
  • Charging time: 1.5-2 hours
  • Playing time: 30-40 minutes
  • Maximum firing Range of Motor Air Gun:Approximately 25 meters (with hop-up system)
  • Gun shell: 6mm BB shell6m/m Ball bullet 80-100 pieces
  • Load of shells: Approximately 40 shells

What’s in the box?

  • 100% built Heng Long German Panther 3819-1 1:16 RC Battle Tank
  • Remote control7.2v-1700mAh
  • Rechargeable battery with AC-DC Adaptor
  • English Manual for users

Recommended Users

  • Users 14 years old and up

Required to Run

  • RC battery pack for the RC tank (included)
  • 8 AA batteries for controller (not included)
- See more at: http://giantred7.com/heng-long-german-panther-3819-1-1-16-rc-battle-tank.html#sthash.Ezr77es2.dpuf

Description


The fantastic-looking Heng Long German Panther RC BB Firing Tank 3819-1 Smoke and Sound is the latest addition by Heng Long’s amazing series of remote control battle tanks available in the market.The Heng Long German Panther 3819-1 1:16 RC Battle Tank is a truly awesome replica of the actual size German tank.

The German Panther tank is a very fearsome tank during World War II as it has more powerful gun penetration, better armour, and faster speed and can handle rough terrains.This remote control model tank is a great collector’s item and a popular choice among RC tank hobbyists and enthusiasts for its solid specs at an affordable price.

Key Features


    100% factory assembled and ready to run
    (RTR) RC tank kit
    Realistic suspension system
    Shoots Airsoft BB Bullets
    Machine-gun sound and cannonball soundWith sound and smoke
    Maximum side turning angel of turret (left or right) with approximately 320-degree
    Maximum climbing gradient that’s changeable on different road surfaces with approximately 35-degree
    Maximum vertical turning angel of gun (up or down) with approximately 30-degree
    High strength wheels and caterpillar
    Full function control: can go high-speed forward, backward, high-speed backward and spin

Technical Data


    1:16 scale German Panther Tank
    Product Size: 52 x 24 x 20cm
    Plastic Type: ABS
    Product Colour: hunter green

Specifications


    Scale: 1:16
    Frequency: 27/40 mHz
    Battery: 7.2v-1700mAh
    Rechargeable battery with AC-DC Adaptor
    Control distance: 80-100 meters
    Charging time: 1.5-2 hours
    Playing time: 30-40 minutes
    Maximum firing Range of Motor Air Gun:Approximately 25 meters (with hop-up system)
    Gun shell: 6mm BB shell6m/m Ball bullet 80-100 pieces
    Load of shells: Approximately 40 shells

What’s in the box?


    100% built Heng Long German Panther 3819-1 1:16 RC Battle Tank
    Remote control7.2v-1700mAh
    Rechargeable battery with AC-DC Adaptor
    English Manual for users

Recommended Users


    Users 14 years old and up

Required to Run


    RC battery pack for the RC tank (included)
    8 AA batteries for controller (not included)





The fantastic-looking Heng Long German Panther RC BB Firing Tank 3819-1 Smoke and Sound is the latest addition by Heng Long’s amazing series of remote control battle tanks available in the market.The Heng Long German Panther 3819-1 1:16 RC Battle Tank is a truly awesome replica of the actual size German tank.
The German Panther tank is a very fearsome tank during World War II as it has more powerful gun penetration, better armour, and faster speed and can handle rough terrains.This remote control model tank is a great collector’s item and a popular choice among RC tank hobbyists and enthusiasts for its solid specs at an affordable price.

Key Features

  • 100% factory assembled and ready to run
  • (RTR) RC tank kit
  • Realistic suspension system
  • Shoots Airsoft BB Bullets
  • Machine-gun sound and cannonball soundWith sound and smoke
  • Maximum side turning angel of turret (left or right) with approximately 320-degree
  • Maximum climbing gradient that’s changeable on different road surfaces with approximately 35-degree
  • Maximum vertical turning angel of gun (up or down) with approximately 30-degree
  • High strength wheels and caterpillar
  • Full function control: can go high-speed forward, backward, high-speed backward and spin

Technical Data

  • 1:16 scale German Panther Tank
  • Product Size: 52 x 24 x 20cm
  • Plastic Type: ABS
  • Product Colour: hunter green

Specifications

  • Scale: 1:16
  • Frequency: 27/40 mHz
  • Battery: 7.2v-1700mAh
  • Rechargeable battery with AC-DC Adaptor
  • Control distance: 80-100 meters
  • Charging time: 1.5-2 hours
  • Playing time: 30-40 minutes
  • Maximum firing Range of Motor Air Gun:Approximately 25 meters (with hop-up system)
  • Gun shell: 6mm BB shell6m/m Ball bullet 80-100 pieces
  • Load of shells: Approximately 40 shells

What’s in the box?

  • 100% built Heng Long German Panther 3819-1 1:16 RC Battle Tank
  • Remote control7.2v-1700mAh
  • Rechargeable battery with AC-DC Adaptor
  • English Manual for users

Recommended Users

  • Users 14 years old and up

Required to Run

  • RC battery pack for the RC tank (included)
  • 8 AA batteries for controller (not included)
- See more at: http://giantred7.com/heng-long-german-panther-3819-1-1-16-rc-battle-tank.html#sthash.Ezr77es2.dpuf
The fantastic-looking Heng Long German Panther RC BB Firing Tank 3819-1 Smoke and Sound is the latest addition by Heng Long’s amazing series of remote control battle tanks available in the market.The Heng Long German Panther 3819-1 1:16 RC Battle Tank is a truly awesome replica of the actual size German tank.
The German Panther tank is a very fearsome tank during World War II as it has more powerful gun penetration, better armour, and faster speed and can handle rough terrains.This remote control model tank is a great collector’s item and a popular choice among RC tank hobbyists and enthusiasts for its solid specs at an affordable price.

Key Features

  • 100% factory assembled and ready to run
  • (RTR) RC tank kit
  • Realistic suspension system
  • Shoots Airsoft BB Bullets
  • Machine-gun sound and cannonball soundWith sound and smoke
  • Maximum side turning angel of turret (left or right) with approximately 320-degree
  • Maximum climbing gradient that’s changeable on different road surfaces with approximately 35-degree
  • Maximum vertical turning angel of gun (up or down) with approximately 30-degree
  • High strength wheels and caterpillar
  • Full function control: can go high-speed forward, backward, high-speed backward and spin

Technical Data

  • 1:16 scale German Panther Tank
  • Product Size: 52 x 24 x 20cm
  • Plastic Type: ABS
  • Product Colour: hunter green

Specifications

  • Scale: 1:16
  • Frequency: 27/40 mHz
  • Battery: 7.2v-1700mAh
  • Rechargeable battery with AC-DC Adaptor
  • Control distance: 80-100 meters
  • Charging time: 1.5-2 hours
  • Playing time: 30-40 minutes
  • Maximum firing Range of Motor Air Gun:Approximately 25 meters (with hop-up system)
  • Gun shell: 6mm BB shell6m/m Ball bullet 80-100 pieces
  • Load of shells: Approximately 40 shells

What’s in the box?

  • 100% built Heng Long German Panther 3819-1 1:16 RC Battle Tank
  • Remote control7.2v-1700mAh
  • Rechargeable battery with AC-DC Adaptor
  • English Manual for users

Recommended Users

  • Users 14 years old and up

Required to Run

  • RC battery pack for the RC tank (included)
  • 8 AA batteries for controller (not included)
- See more at: http://giantred7.com/heng-long-german-panther-3819-1-1-16-rc-battle-tank.html#sthash.Ezr77es2.dpuf

Hubsan X4 FPV Quadcopter







































Product Description

 
As big fans of Quadcopters, we couldn’t resist when we saw this beauty. The Hubsan X4 FPV Quadcopter is our first Quadcopter fitted with a camera, allowing you to get a direct feed from the Quadcopter straight to the transmitter. Perfect for outdoors, you can soar above trees and rooftops, seeing what it sees, all thanks to the massive 4.3 inch LCD screen. Once you’ve landed from your epic flight adventure you can instantly playback your recorded footage on the remote without the need of a computer or laptop.

Set in a lightweight durable airframe, the Hubsan X4 FPV Quadcopter boasts the latest in 6-axis flight with adjustable gyro sensitivity for super stable flight - even outdoors. This nifty Quadcopter works on a 2.4GHz frequency so can be flown at the same as others. As the camera works on 5.8GHz frequency this ensures there is no interference. The built in camera records at 0.3 megapixels with a resolution of 640 x 480. The live feed is replayed to the screen on the transmitter, all over an impressive range of approximately 100 metres. All video footage can be saved onto a micro SD card in the transmitter with up to 16GB of storage. Four bright LED lights are set around the Hubsan X4 FPV for late night flying and four rubber feet protect it from any rough landings.

Safely stored inside the protective casing is a 0820 coreless motor and a 3.7V 380mAh li-po battery with auto safety cut off. This will provide around 7 minutes of flight time for approximately 30 minutes of charging.


Product Video

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Product Features

 

  • First person view quadcopter
  • Live video feed is shown on transmitter
  • Latest 6-axis flight
  • 4 channel control
  • Adjustable gyro sensitivity
  • 0.3 megapixels camera with 640 x 480 resolution
  • Stable flight indoors and outdoors
  • USB charging
  • Instant video review on transmitter
  • Record onto micro SD card (not included)
  • 4 LED night lights
  • Lightweight durable airframe
  • Rubber feet
  • 4.3 inch LCD colour screen
  • Auto shut off safety battery
  • 2GB – 16GB capacity
  • Quadcopter measures approx. 10cm x 8cm x 3cm
  • Transmitter measures approx. 19cm x 17cm x 5cm




Technical Specifications

 

  • Motor: 0820 coreless
  • Quadcopter frequency: 2.4GHz
  • Video feed frequency: 5.8GHz
  • Battery: 3.7V. 380mAh li-po auto cut off safety
  • Range approx. 100 metres
  • Live video feed range approx. 100 metres
  • Charge time approx. 30 minutes
  • Flight time approx. 7 minutes



Contents

 

  • 1 x X4 Quadcopter FPV
  • 1 x Remote control with 4.3" LCD screen
  • 4 x Rotor blades
  • 1 x USB charging cable
  • 1 x Protection cage
  • 1 x FAQ sheet



Source : http://www.Red5.com

 


Syma X5 Explorers























6 AXIS GYRO

Equipped with the latest 6-axis flight
control systems, 3D lock, More scheduled
flight, operating more to the force !


360°Eversion

360°Eversion : A key 360°roll,continuous roll
for perfect actionand wonderful performance。













 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blade protector

Highly elastic plastic protective circle,
preventing the blades in flight Cause wear,
anti-collision anti-fall performance further
enhanced !




































































































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Source : http://www.Symatoys.com




Smartplane Controlled by your Smartphone !




















What makes it so amazing?

 

Intuitive control

 

Forget big, bulky remote controls. The best remote control is already within your reach: your smartphone. You can fly the SmartPlane with just one hand – simply slide your thumb to go up and down, and tilt the phone to turn. PhD in aerodynamics: not needed !

FlightAssist™

 

The SmartPlane is no ordinary toy. It lives, breathes, and understands your commands – analyzing the situation and automatically making adjustments and corrections to assist you while flying. But you wouldn't know if we didn't tell you !

Space-age tech

 

The SmartPlane works with the latest BluetoothSmart wireless technology for long range and flight time. Oh, and there is no cumbersome pairing. Simply hold the phone close to the plane and you're ready to fly. That's Touch&Go for you !







Gorgeous flying app

 

Designed for people like you and me.
  • Stunning airplane cockpit look-and-feel
  • Bottom half: slide up/down to control engine speed
  • Top half: artificial horizon that responds to tilt
  • Gauge dials: Battery level, signal strength, engine power
  • Fun features: ATC sounds, compass direction













 

See it in action !

 

When we introduced the SmartPlane to the authorities from our very own Bremen airport they were so fascinated, that they made an exception and let us shoot a TV ad 
at the arrival terminal !




Click here to watch the video





Not enough features? We've got more.

 

Bluetooth Technology

 

A "smart" plane needs smart technology. Traditional Bluetooth 2.1 or WiFi was simply not enough – we went one step ahead and incorporated the latest BluetoothSmart standard, with long range (up to 60 m), and extremely low power consumption – so there's more available for your plane's engine. No clumsy dongles needed !

Touch&Go

 

With Touch & Go there is no pairing, no waiting! Simply open the SmartPlane app, touch the plane with your phone, and you are connected within seconds. Flying with friends? It's easier than ever to choose which plane you want to connect to. Pssst: sneakily touch your friend's plane before they can, and surprise them !

Slow flying

 

The result of 2 years of aerodynamic optimisation: the SmartPlane flies sloooowly, and yes that's an advantage! You no longer need laser-sharp reflexes and a football field sized area to enjoy flying – your office hallway is enough. But that doesn't mean you can't do fast maneuvers - use the wind and throttle lever to your advantage.

Fully proportional rudder

 

What use is an intelligent plane if you can't control it precisely? We built-in a 256-level proportional rudder with logarithmic correction – the most advanced in its class – so your hand movements get translated to very natural turn angles. The FlightAssist™ feature makes full use of this extended range to give you a stable flight without compromising maneuverability.

Powerful LiPo battery

 

The SmartPlane is powered by a state-of-the-art Lithium-Polymer battery which weighs just 1 gram. You can enjoy flying your plane up to 30 min on a single charge (hint: soar and glide!), and recharge in 15 min using a standard microUSB cable (included in packaging). Even at full throttle, the battery lasts at least 5 min and recharging takes under 20 min !

Durable construction

 

Planes are built for flying, and crashing! So was the SmartPlane. It is built with durable EPP (expanded polypropelene) material which retains its shape even after being bent. The engine and propeller are offest inside the plane's nose, so any head-on collisions will not cause severe damage. We've included an extra prop, just in case !

Infinitely expandable. Always up-to-date.

 

The smartphone advantage

 

Although the SmartPlane has a little microprocessor of its own, the real brain behind it lies in the smartphone app. This lets us continuously improve the plane by adding more features to the app. For example, the FlightAssist™ feature, which dramatically improves the flying experience, was added as an app update during development. The possibilities are endless.

Wireless firmware update

 

We take app updates one step further. Using state-of-the-art technology, we can wirelessly push updated firmware to the plane even after it's out of the factory. This means your SmartPlane is always up-to-date with the latest bugfixes and feature enhancements. All you need to do is install the latest app update. The next time you connect to your plane, it will be automatically updated.



Source : http://www.TobyRich.com