Udi U818A-FPV Discovery Drone Electric 6-Axis Quadcopter with FPV HD Camera

The U818A FPV is an evolution of the popular UDI Discovery quadcopter. FPV stands for 'First Person View' and just like in a video game it means you see the action as it happens from onboard the quadcopter itself. A micro camera is built onto the bottom of the body that streams video live to the large colour screen in the middle of the transmitter. The Transmitter is designed purely for FPV and is comfortable to hold with sticks on either side of the screen that work in same way as other UDI quadcopters.

The Discovery is designed to be lightweight and tough featuring moulded propellor guard to protect from damage. Despite it's size it is no more tricky to fly than any of UDI's other small quads thanks to a clever 6-axis gyro to keep it stable. The battery is easily changeable so you can take a few spares (available separately) with you wherever you fly!

Supplied with everything you need complete including the quadcopter itself, FPV 2.4GHz transmitter, Li-Po battery, USB charger and spare propellers.

  • FPV (First Person View) video camera.
  • Large 4.3" screen built right into the transmitter!
  • Low battery warning.
  • High and low speed modes.
  • Headingless mode.
  • 6-Axis gyro stabilisation.
  • 360 degree flip mode.
  • Moulded plastic body.
  • Spare blade set included.
  • Optional plastic propeller guards.
  • LED Lights for evening flying!

Requires: 4x 'AA' Batteries for controller.

Specification:

  • Memory: Micro SD (Inc.).
  • Screen: 4.3" LCD (Inc.).
  • Width: 92mm.
  • Length: 340mm.
  • Height: 330mm.
  • Radio System: 2.4GHz (Inc.).
  • Electric Motor: 4 (Inc.).
  • LiPo: 2 x 1S (Inc.)
  • Charger: USB (Inc.).
  • Gyro: 6 Axis (Inc.).
  • For ages 14+.

Please Note: If you have not flown an RC model before you will need to learn. Flying any model aircraft requires some degree of care and skill, even the simplest 2 or 3 channel. We recommend you read the manufacturers instructions and prepare for your first flight. There are many useful guides to learning to fly RC aircraft and if you are still unsure help will be readily available at your local club. We recommend a range test before you fly. Your model will have a warranty but this will not cover damage to propellers, wings, fuselage, tail or any other part sustained due to pilot error or loss of transmitter signal. In simple terms, if you crash it, you will be responsible for the repair!