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Holybro Kopis CineWhoop 2.5inch Drone without Caddx Nebula Pro Vista

Holybro Kopis CineWhoop 2.5inch Drone for DJI HD FPV

£148.99
The Holybro Kopis 2.5inch is a lightweight, high performance Cinewhoop. It has been designed to be a perfect match for flying popular lightweight action cameras like the Insta360 Go, SM 4K or Naked GoPro. Its power to weight ratio hits a sweet spot, letting you get incredibly smooth locked in flight while getting lengthy flight times. Thanks to its motors being installed in a pusher setup, this drone has a compact wheelbase (105.5mm) allowing you to fly it into tight spots and even indoors. The inverted motor installation also has the benefit of keeping the props out of the camera footage. The flight stack is usual Holybro quality, so it features the new F4 V2 Mini FC and high performance Tekko32 F4 4in1 35A ESC. The FPV system uses the positively reviewed Caddx Nebula Pro Vista, which is compatible with the DJI Digital FPV system. We sell this drone with and without the Caddx Nebula Pro Vista, so if you already have a spare Vista camera system, you can save some money by buying the drone without it. The drone includes two 3D-printed TPU mounts for different HD cameras: One for the Naked GoPro (BetaFPV version), and the other for the Insta360 GO camera. There is a pre-soldered power cable for running a Naked GoPro, making for an easy installation. To complete the package you will need to have DJI's FPV Goggles, and either the DJI FPV Remote Controller or a conventional Transmitter and Receiver; like a 2.4GHz FrSky Taranis. It actually comes pre-wired/configured for the Frsky R-XSR receiver, so if you have that Rx it's basically plug and play. Features Naked GoPro and Insta360 Go TPU mounts Built in naked camera power/control cable Built in buzzer Kakute F4 V2 Flight Controller Tekko32 F3 35A 4in1 ESC T-Motor F1404 3800Kv Motors Nebula Pro Camera with Vista Air Unit (DJI HD digital FPV system) Weight: 157g Without battery and GoPro 234g With 4S 650mAh, w/o GoPro 262g with 4S 650mAh and GoPro Required: DJI FPV Goggles - NOT Included R/C Transmitter: DJI Long Range RC or conventional 2.4GHz Radio / Receiver (Supports serial protocol such as SBUS, iBus, and Spektrum Satellite) Battery: 550~850mAh 4s with XT30 (at least 60C) - We recommend TBS Graphene 650mAh 4S Spare Props 3D Print: Kopis_Cinewhoop2.5-3D_Print_STL_Files.rar Settings: Kopis_Cinewhoop2.5_Factory_CLI_Dump Insta360 GO / Naked GoPro Cameras not included.
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Holybro Tekko32 F3 Mini 4-in-1 35A ESC BLheli_32

Holybro Tekko32 F3 Mini 4-in-1 35A ESC BLheli_32

£39.90

The new Tekko32 F3 Mini 35A 4in1 ESC is good option for mini quads and small cinewhoops that don't require super high current draws - why pay for a more for a 45A ECS when 35A is plenty for most builds. 

The ESC adapts an F3 MCU, to provide smooth and responsive control.  It’s also the first ESC on the market with a default 96kHZ pwm output frequency.  A high pwm frequency can significantly improves battery life with small motors (esp whoop size) and reduces noise.

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Holybro Pixhawk 4 Mini QAV250 Quadcopter Kit

£375.00
The Pixhawk 4 Mini QAV250 Basic Kit is the perfect way to get started developing on the Pixhawk 4 Mini autopilot. The kit pairs a 5inch / 250 size carbon fibre quadcopter frame and essential electronics with a Pixhawk 4 Mini autopilot. It is easy to assemble and no soldering needed. There are variants of the kit both with (Complete) and without (Basic) FPV support. Here we are selling the Complete Kit that includes a FPV camera and video transmitter - a video receiver / display is required to view the live video from the drone. Pixhawk 4 Mini: The Pixhawk 4 Mini is designed for engineers and hobbyists who are looking to tap into the power of Pixhawk 4, but are working with smaller autonomous vehicles. The Mini also takes the FMU processor and memory resources from the Pixhawk 4 while eliminating interfaces that are normally unused. This allows the flight controller to be small enough to fit in a 250mm racer drone. It's a very capable autopilot for a range of vehicle types including multirotors, planes, helicopters, VTOL aircraft, and even ground based rovers. Features: Great platform to learn programming of Pixhawk 4 Mini autopilot Matched electronic components included Comes with wireless Telemetry Radio Set Plug and play installation, no soldering required FPV ready - includes camera, video transmitter and OSD (On Screen Display) Build Guide Included Parts: 250mm sized carbon fibre air-frame Pixhawk 4 Mini flight controller system Pixhawk 4 GPS DR2205 KV2300 brushless motors 20A Speed Controllers (ESCs) PM06 Power Distribution Board 433MHz Telemetry Radios 5.8G FPV Video Transmitter 600TVL FPV CCD Camera Holybro Micro OSD V2 5″ propellers Parts required: You will need a radio control receiver and transmitter; we recommend the FlySky i6X Set. For FPV flights you will also need a FPV monitor/goggles. For that we recommend this simple video receiver which can be connected to a Windows / Mac or Android tablet or a dedicated FPV monitor. Finally, a LiPo battery to power it: a 3S or 4S from 1500 to 2300mAh.
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Holybro Kakute F7 Mini Flight Controller - 20x20, OSD, Baro

Holybro Kakute F7 Mini V2 FC - 20x20, OSD, Baro

£38.90

The Kakute F7 Mini V2 can run ArduPilot 4.0 firmware and higher. The newer F7 Mini V3 FC has a changed microprocessor and is no longer capable of running Ardupilot.

V2 Version Changes: Added B+ pad for 2-6S Power Input & IMU Upgraded to MPU6000

Holybro has miniaturised their class leading F7 flight controller into a micro drone size friendly 20x20 FC board.

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Holybro PX4 Vision Quadcopter Development Kit

Holybro PX4 Vision Quadcopter Development Kit

£1,395.95
The kit contains a near ready to fly carbon fibre quadcopter equipped with a Pixhawk 4 flight controller, UP Core companion computer (4GB memory & 64GB eMMC), and Occipital Structure Core depth camera sensor. The vehicle comes with software for PX4 Obstacle Avoidance and Collision. Note: This vehicle comes with no software preinstalled. There is a pre-imaged USB stick that has a reference implementation of the PX4/Avoidance local planner software provided by Auterion. This is a basic software used only as a reference to show the basic function the PX4 vision can do. Developers can use the kit to try out other features provided by the PX4 Avoidance project, modify the existing code, or experiment with completely new computer vision-based functionality. Please read following PX4 Guide for detail information about this Development Kit - HERE What Else Do You Need: The kit contains all the essential drone hardware except a battery and a radio control system, which must be purchased separately: Battery: 4S LiPo with XT60 female connector Less than 115mm long (to fit between power connector and GPS mast) Radio control system Any PX4-compatible RC System can be used. An FrSky Taranis transmitter with R-XSR receiver is one of the more popular setups. An H2.0 Hex Key (to unscrew the top plate so that an RC receiver can be connected) In addition, users will need ground station hardware/software: Laptop or tablet running QGroundControl (QGC). Important Information: The kit is intended for computer vision projects that use a forward-facing camera (it does not have downward or rear-facing depth cameras). Consequently it can’t be used (without modification) for testing Safe Landing, or other features that require a downward-facing camera. Obstacle avoidance in missions can only be tested when GPS is available (missions use GPS co-ordinates). Collision prevention can be tested in position mode provided there is a good position lock from either GPS or optical flow. The port labeled USB1 may jam the GPS if used with a USB3 peripheral (disable GPS-dependent functionality including missions). This is why the boot image is supplied on a USB2.0 memory stick. The UP Core should only be powered using the battery (do not remove the UP Core power socket safety cover).
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Holybro H-RTK F9P Multi-Band Rover lite GPS with Folding Mount

Holybro H-RTK F9P High-Precision GPS Compass Module

£330.00

H-RTK F9P is Holybro's top of the range high-precision GNSS positioning system. It uses a UBLOX F9P module, a IST8310 compass and a tri-coloured LED indicator. It also has an integrated safety switch for a simple and convenient operation. This system provides multi-band RTK with fast convergence times and reliable performance, concurrent reception of GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou, and fast update rate for highly dynamic and high volume applications with centimeter-accuracy.

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