3DR IRIS+ (915) Quadcopter
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- 16-22 minutes flight time*
- Payload capacity 400 g (.8 lbs)
- Integrated LEDs on all arms for trouble-free directional awareness
- Remote controller with on-screen telemetry for instant data as you fly
- Ready to Fly - Inside the IRIS+ box is everything you need to fly. Simply attach the props, charge the battery, and you're ready to fly manually with the included remote controller autonomously with a Mac, PC or Android device.
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16-22 minutes flight time Payload capacity 400 g (.8 lbs) Integrated LEDs on all arms for trouble-free directional awareness Remote controller with on-screen telemetry for instant data as you fly Screw on, self-tightening propellers for easy assembly
From the Manufacturer
3DR IRIS+ (915): The 3DR IRIS+ is your aerial passport: All you need to get started shooting photos and video from incredible new perspectives. Powered by 3DR's world famous autopilot, IRIS is a robot that will automatically fly itself where you tell it to go, while keeping a camera steady with 2-axis gimbal stabilization. And it?s so smart that it's simple. Advanced 3PV Follow Me mode turns IRIS into your own hands-free flying camera crew, and tablet-based software makes flight planning exactly this easy: If you can draw it, you can fly it. The IRIS power system gets you 16 minutes of flight time fully loaded, and you?ll want to fill every second. Product Features: IRIS+ Hardware Set: Complete set of replacement hardware for IRIS. Pixhawk External LED and USB: This kit includes external LED and USB modules to connect to Pixhawk. Use the provided four-position DF13 cables and connect to the I2C splitter module to set up a bright, multicolor LED and convenient USB port for your vehicle. Safety switch for Pixhawk: This safety button replaces the unit included with the Pixhawk kit. The safety button provides an additional measure for helping you power your vehicle on and off safely. Required for Pixhawk. Android OTG Cable: Micro-USB to Android adapter. Use with a ground station radio to view data and control a vehicle in flight. Connect the blue end to the Android device and the black end to the radio. PPM Encoder: This Pixhawk-compatible PPM encoder allows you to connect your PWM-only RC equipment to Pixhawk. Smaller than our previous PPM, our encoder will enable you to reduce all your channels to a single wire, excluding ground and power wires. Includes a PPM Encoder module, 10-position input cable (7 cm), and three-position output cable (12 cm). Cable pack: Complete set of 10 replacement cables for IRIS. Product Specifications: * Motor to motor dimension: 550 mm * Height: 100 mm * Weight (with battery): 1282 g * Average flight time: 10-15 minutes (no gimbal), 7-8 minutes (with gimbal) * 425 g (.9 lb) payload capacity * Battery: 3-cell 11.1 V 3.5 Ah lithium polymer with XT-60 type connector. Weight: 262 grams * Propellers: (2) 10 x 4.7 normal-rotation, (2) 10 x 4.7 reverse-rotation * Motors: AC 2830, 850 kV * Radios available in 915mHz or 433mHz * Next-gen 32-bit Pixhawk autopilot system with Cortex M4 processor * uBlox GPS with integrated magnetometer
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I didn't want to pay $280 for the IRIS carrying case. So I purchased the Pelican 1650 case for $220. I've added a picture of my IRIS+ inside of the Pelican case. I like it much better than the official IRIS case because it has alot of room and I don't need to remove the propellers once I put the IRIS inside the case.
I'll update if I have anything else to add.
However it does have things that make it better. Easy to read and understand directions, something China needs to work on.
It hovers perfectly on taking pictures from the air. The DJI tends to wonder a bit at time, and this one doesn't. Well built and well thought out platform. A few modifications and this one would give DJI a run for their money.
I had this in a 10 mph wind and it held perfectly. Keep in mind this is half the price of a Phantom 3 but since I have both I would highly
recommend this unit due to the price. Ok a week later, I have tested this product and found that with out a doubt it is great. Its a bit tricky to land. But if you have experience in flying then you will love this model. It is rock solid and great for photos.
I would recommend you train a bit on flying, but this model has it all. Im empressed.
I want to test their Solo version but waiting on the price to drop or if they want me to test it for free Ill accept the offer.
If it works out the way they say it does. Ill right a great review and video to show the quad in action.
The only cons I have with this unit is the battery door, and the initial start up delay. But other than that , I would say this is the best bet for the money
Initially you can fly it as is, then you open Mission Planner on your computer and start fiddling, add ways for it to fly by simply checking a box. Screw it all up and then ask for help on any of the forums or facebook pages dedicated to it. If they can't help you 3dr Support has proven they don't just want your business, they want your love and will work hard to get it.
I would recommend this to just about anyone who wants to learn and then advance in the hobby.
3DR and Amazon both came through with good customer service to resolve the problem to my satisfaction.
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Have set up with FPV camera & Run Cam II