Parrot turned its Mambo minidrone into an FPV racer
With another extra camera, FPV headset and controller, this package gives you a chance to figure out how to race at your own speed.
Parrot’s most up to date minidrone takes the sting (and cost) out of figuring out how to fly a hustling ramble.
The Parrot Mambo FPV changes the association’s past Mambo into a first-singular view quad with the development of an appendable HD camera with a 120-degree field. Utilizing your telephone with Parrot’s FreeFlight Mini versatile application and its Cockpitglasses 2 headset, the camera streams remotely to your telephone, giving you a view from the automaton while you fly. The headset fits telephones up to 6 creeps in measure and has a field of perspective of 96 degrees.
Most imperative for learners, however, is the capacity to switch flight modes. Parrot’s minidrones are intended to make flight simple, particularly when flying inside. Be that as it may, its autopilot advancements are not something you truly need when hustling. With that in mind, Parrot gives you a chance to change to a Drift mode that impairs the automaton’s level adjustment and a Racing mode that totally separates the autopilot for full manual flight.
Arriving this month, the Parrot Mambo FPV pack will offer for $180, which proselytes to about AU$230 and £140.
The Parrot Mambo likewise includes:
- Parrot FlyPad controller with a scope of up to 100 meters (330 feet)
- A Power battery with flight times up to 10 minutes
- Paces of up to 30 kmh (18 mph)
- MicroSD card opening for catching HD video cuts and photographs
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