The new model represents a unique KODO HD drone with a new 1080p camera that provides detailed photographic and film images with exceptional clarity.
Meet KODO model HD brand Dromida, which means a complete revolution in the world quadcopter. It is a 106 mm drone with a new 1080p camera for better and more detailed photographic and film images with exceptional clarity. Manually adjustable angle cameras allow you to take exactly the shots you want. Lightweight 40 g KODO model enables HD offers an extended flight with a fully charged battery, the previous model by 20%. This means in practice 5 minutes and 30 seconds. Low weight also allows faster and smarter responses and greater agility in acrobatic performances, such as the various twists and turns.
KODO HD model comes fully equipped and fully assembled. After unpacking boxes, therefore, you need to be recharged, and you can just try all the benefits that it offers. Besides the already mentioned unique camera they also include a three-axis gyroscope and 3 accelerometers for smooth and stable flight, three flight modes for beginners, intermediate and advanced LED lighting for better orientation and special 2.4GHz to ensure independent control without the need check whether the neighborhood is not another model.
Dron is made from high quality, strong materials that guarantee long and trouble-free use. Sturdy plastic fuselage frame to fit in beautifully with the smooth and aerodynamically shaped hood. The takeoff safety fuse will take care of the engine, which keeps an eye to the motor can not start until the receiver is turned on. Other tweaks include the need for a separate button for taking photos and videos, press the auto loop conducted in the air or digital balancing for precise movement. The quadcopter KODO HD is simply certainly will not be bored.
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