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Holy Stone HS230 RC Racing FPV Drone with 120° FOV 720P HD Camera Live Video 45Km/h High Speed Wind Resistance Quadcopter with 5.8G LCD Screen Real Time Transmitter Includes Bonus Battery
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- 5.8G FPV REAL TIME TRANSMISSION: Due to the 5.8GHz Analog Signal and 2.4GHz operating frequency, the live video can be transmitted quite fluently and quickly. You can watch the video on the LCD Screen and record or take photos with stable signal and far transmission distance.
- 120° WIDE-ANGLE 720P HD MODULAR CAMERA: Equipped with the advanced camera, you can record and take beautiful, high definition and memorable videos and pictures at a special angle. Modular camera is easy to install and move.
- HIGH SPEED RACING DRONE: Not For Beginners. Powerful motors installed for quick acceleration; the highest speed can reach 45km/h within seconds No Auto Hovering.
- HEADLESS MODE AND 3D FLIP: Making flying easier and no worry about drone direction when flying. The drone can entertain you with its powerful 3D Rolls by pressing only one button. Bring more happiness to you.
- MODULAR BONUS BATTERIES: There are 2 powerful modular batteries with 2 USB charging cables for the HS230 racing drone and 1 strong battery with 1 charging cable for the transmitter. You can enjoy longer flying time.
Holy Stone HS230 5.8G RC Racing Drone with Camera 120° 720P HD FPV Live Video LCD Screen 45Km/h High Speed Headless Mode Wind Resistance Includes Modular Bonus Battery
Holy Stone HS230 RC Racing FPV Drone with 120° FOV 720P HD Camera Live Video 45Km/h High Speed Wind Resistance Quadcopter with 5.8G LCD Screen Real Time Transmitter Includes Bonus Battery, Holy Stone
|Current Price||$159.99||July 11, 2018|
|Highest Price||$159.99||July 11, 2018|
|Lowest Price||$139.99||November 2, 2018|
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|$139.99||November 2, 2018|
|$159.99||July 11, 2018|
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