In DJI developed all-weather drone

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In DJI developed all-weather drone

The drone of the M200 created by the company DJI, is not afraid of rain and snow, so it can be used in any weather, including and not very good. Durable and lightweight aircraft is able to quickly turn on and off — this machine will be useful not only for entertainment but also to perform serious tasks. It can be used to monitor, to inspect complex and large structures or use it in search and rescue operations after two batteries installed on Board the quadrocopter, to provide him 30 minutes of flight.

If the battery is dead, it can be replaced without shutting down and pairing the controller with the device again. M200 are equipped with sensors that respond to obstacles, so the device is able to move quite confidently even in poor visibility conditions.

The exhibition presents three modifications of the apparatus, one of which is able very clearly to maneuver, catching the slightest movement of the sticks, which allows the drone to fly up very close to the desired object. The device is equipped with the necessary mounts for cameras that can be set at the bottom of the quadcopter or top. Filling apparatus and a controller identical to the copter phantom 2, and M200 easily folded and placed in this state in any bag.

The Device will start selling in the summer of 2017, but the price of the device, the developers have not yet reported.

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