Anyone looking to get into the racing drone scene may be interested in a new starter set which has been created by Fat Shark well-known for its range of drone video goggles. The Engadget website has been able to have a hands-on review of the new racing drone kit and explains that the bundle is suitable for both newbies and experienced flyers. Watch the video below to learn more about what you can expect from the Fat Shark racing drum kit.
The Fat Shark 101 Drone has been designed to be affordable by offering professional hardware at entry-level prices, providing a system that is easy to fly and upgradable when required as well as supporting top end goggles, radios and quads. Priced at $249 the system is now available to preorder and includes :
– Shark Quad
– Recon FPV goggles + headstrap and antenna
– Fat Shark Radio
– Two batteries + USB charger
– Two spare motors + four spare propellers
– Quick start guide
– Two gates + gate holders
– Lens cloth
– Radio USB cable
Fat Shark’s 101 Kit comes with everything needed Thisto train for and get started in the world of sport drones. Including a custom-designed quadcopter, Recon goggles and a professional-grade radio that works directly with simulators, the kit is ready to fly right out of the box. The Shark Quad is agile enough to fly indoors and strong enough to fly outside. With flight modes for entry-level and experienced pilots, it comes with simple, USB-chargeable batteries and spare parts for easy repairs. Use the Shark Radio in stabilized or advanced modes to fly the quad with the smooth, professional-grade gimbals and tune into the whole experience on Fat Shark’s Recon FPV goggles.
Jump over to the Engadget website by following the link below for a full hands-on review of what you can expect from the Fat Shark 101 racing drone starter set.Filed Under: Camera News, Hardware, Top News