Amazingly clever drone from Easy Aerial. It is 700mm diameter yet is is modular and fits in a backpack.
Flies 55 minutes with a GoPro! 30+ minutes with a 'real' camera!
I have the bit in the middle with all the electronics (FlyBot they call it) and the bit in the middle withOUT any electronics if you want to use your own. I intended to use the empty Flybot to install DJI controller etc, but I have now removed it (still have the DJI A2 if you want it). THE FLYBOT WITH ALL THE ELECTRONICS HAS PIXHAWK GEAR INSIDE. I have no idea how to use it - that is just how it comes, so if you don't want to set up something in the empty Flybot make sure you understand Pixhawk as I can't help with that!
See pics for everything included and how easily and small it packs up. Over $2500 USD new with my add-ons.
From their website: One minute deployment time, bag to air 55+ minutes with no payload; 1360g max payload capacity (3 lbs) 700 mm frame size (motor to motor) Default “simple” flight mode for easy orientation 6 flight modes programmed to remote controller Dedicated “Land” switch
Performance: 55+ minutes with no payload; 50+ min. with EAF (Easy Aerial Thermal + RGB Camera) 45+ min. with GoPro 4 35+ min. with Sony RX100 on a mapping gimbal 30+ min. with Sony QX1 on a mapping gimbal
Specifications: Autopilot: Pixhawk v2.4.5 Firmware: ArduCopter 3.2 GPS: 3DR uBlox GPS with Compass (LEA-6M module, 5 Hz update) Telemetry radio Motors: 400 kV Frame type: X Propellers: 15 x 5.2 folding carbon props Requires Battery: 6S lithium polymer
Includes: Quick snap-on gimbal adapter Gimbal and controller Heavy-duty backpack with custom cut foam Ready-to-fly Easy Drone quadcopter Battery Charger (battery not included) Controller (remote) Ground station radio – telemetry
Many components unused (eg. battery charger, video monitor, transmitter - -used my own)