DROMIDA KODO RTF Quadcopter with Integrated Flight Camera

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DROMIDA
DROMIDA KODO RTF Quadcopter with Integrated Flight Camera
Key Features
  • 780 x 480 Video + 1280 x 960 Photos
  • 2.4 GHz Radio Controller Included
  • Easy, Normal, Expert Flight Modes
  • Flip at the Press of a Button
Offering more than just aerial fun, the 90mm size KODO RTF Quadcopter with Integrated Flight Camera from DROMIDA lets you record 780 x 480 video and snap 1280 x 960 res photos from the air - all being recorded to an included 2GB microSD card. The KODO is ready-to-fly (RTF), meaning it is fully assembled and all of the essentials come in the box - 2.4 GHz transmitter (radio controller), flight battery, charger, transmitter batteries, spare props, and more. A sensor-driven flight controller provides varying degrees of auto-pilot assistance for beginner to expert pilots. In Expert mode, aerobatics become possible - including 360-degree flips at the press of a button. But taking it with you won't be a problem - featuring a diagonal measurement of 3.5", the KODO practically fits in the palm of your hand.
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DROMIDA KODO Overview

Offering more than just aerial fun, the 90mm size KODO RTF Quadcopter with Integrated Flight Camera from DROMIDA lets you record 780 x 480 video and snap 1280 x 960 res photos from the air - all being recorded to an included 2GB microSD card. The KODO is ready-to-fly (RTF), meaning it is fully assembled and all of the essentials come in the box - 2.4 GHz transmitter (radio controller), flight battery, charger, transmitter batteries, spare props, and more. A sensor-driven flight controller provides varying degrees of auto-pilot assistance for beginner to expert pilots. In Expert mode, aerobatics become possible - including 360-degree flips at the press of a button. But taking it with you won't be a problem - featuring a diagonal measurement of 3.5", the KODO practically fits in the palm of your hand.

For added safety - especially when flying indoors - the KODO includes a set of four prop guards. These can be removed when flying in open space to increase performance.

Ready-to-fly (RTF) bundle: includes transmitter (radio controller), batteries, charger, 2GB memory card, and card reader
Includes 2.4 GHz transmitter - Mode 1 or Mode 2 convertible
Normal, Easy, and Expert flight modes - you decide the level of control you want versus the amount of autopilot redundancy
Battery provides up to six minutes flying time
Dedicated controls for taking photos and recording video
Three-axis gyro plus accelerometer provide critical data to the flight control system, helping ensure stable flight
High-intensity LEDs help make the quadcopter easier to track, especially at night
Auto Flip: Flip the copter 360-degrees at the touch of a button
90mm size ideal for indoor flight
Hand launch capability
Spare props and prop guards included

DROMIDA KODO Specs

Camera
ResolutionPhoto: 1280 x 960
Video: 780 x 480
Frame Rate30 fps
Recording FormatPhoto: JPEG
Video: AVI
Recording MediaMicroSD card
Receiver
Frequency2.4 GHz
Transmitter
Control ModesMode 1 and Mode 2 selectable
General
Flight BatteryChemistry: Lithium-polymer
Voltage: 1S, 3.7 VDC
Capacity: 390 mAh
DimensionsDiagonal Measurement: 3.5" / 90 mm
Weight1.8 oz / 52 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10 x 6.299 x 2.362"
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Asked by: Shawn C.
We believe outside of the controller itself, there is no speed adjustment for this quadcopter.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Can a codo dromida be controlled by an Android phone
Asked by: Anonymous
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I know you have to be very careful about wind conditions because it is small, but are you able to use the beach (flat, level sand) as its takeoff and landing point? Or will this damage the device?
Asked by: Piper V.
Hard-packed sand should not be a problem. Exposure to salt spray and the sea air will damage the motor and electronics before very long.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Hey! I recieve my Kodo this Christmas. I used a couple of times, and being very careful with the battery, but the last time once I finish flying my Kodo (the only exception this time was that the Kodo's light turn off), I pluged the batterry, and it only flashed once. It seems that is not charging at all, anyone can explain me what is happening please?thank you!
Asked by: Anonymous
I contacted the company after having the same problem. I received a new battery and charger in less than 2 weeks.
Answered by: Edward R.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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My husband bought one of these a few weeks ago. This looks small enough that it would not require FAA registration. Is that correct?
Asked by: Jacqueline
I am going on the assumption it would not. If I recall the regulation said 5lbs or more. Plus this cannot go to significant altitude and it can only be airborne a few minutes. I don't plan on registering mine but obviuosly I am not an expert. Good luck.
Answered by: Chris P.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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How much weight can it lift?
Asked by: Tucker M.
very little. it's not heavy duty at all ... and it's small. the one i bought my son was picked up in a gust of wind a few hours after he got it. that was about a year ago. still haven't found it.
Answered by: Gregory G.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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flying time ?
Asked by: Anonymous
5 minutes
Answered by: Charles C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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What is maximum distance between copter and controller? Maximum recommended flying height?
Asked by: Kerry R.
Don't take it much higher than 50 ft. I lost mine for several days because I went too high and lost contact with the copter. Breezes are stronger at altitude and you may not have enough control authority to fly the copter back to you.
Answered by: Dale G.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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