Blade, makers of consumer drones, is getting a bit more specific in terms of their demographic targets. There latest 350 QX AP Combo RTF is aimed primarily at photographers. The new model, which is based off of the original Blade 350 QX, will add a ton of new features, such as a new DX4 transmitter, an HD 1080p/30FPS camera (the CGO-1) that will allow for 720p video at 30 fps video downlink to mobile devices, and a 2-axis brushless gimbal with optional pitch control.
Blade 350 QX AP Combo RTF Drone Features
The Blade 350 QX AP Combo RTF Drone will also have a 3S 3000 mAh flight battery, allowing for extended flight times of 10-15 minutes for longer shoots and sporting events. It also has an updated RF chipset with external antenna and improved GPS accuracy. The 350 QX AP Combo RTF can capture incredible aerial footage without the need of buying several external components. And, it comes standard with SAFE technology, which you’ll also find in Blade’s Nano QX RTF.
Blade is wholesaling the unit for around $470, with a retail price of $1,099.99. For additional info, including purchasing, go to the official Blade website.
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