Rezo Micro Camera RTF Nano Quadcopter Drone by HobbyZone w/2.4GHz Radio, Battery & Charger
The HobbyZone Rezo Micro Camera RTF Nano Quadcopter Drone lets everyone fly, flip and capture video and pictures! Unlike other entry-level quads, the Rezo features innovative altitude hold, automatic takeoff and landing technologies, plus a built-camera that can record videos and take still photos. With the automatic flip mode, pilots can perform aerial 360° flips at the push of a button. Plus, the Rezo comes fully-assembled with everything needed to fly, including a micro SD card and replacement propeller blades. It's perfectly suited for first-time pilots and just about anyone looking for an extremely affordable camera-equipped quadcopter.
- Arrives in one of four body colors - blue, orange, red or yellow
- Built-in camera records video and takes still photos at the press of a button
- Innovative altitude hold, automatic takeoff and landing technologies
- Automatic flip mode so anyone can perform aerial flips
- Directional command mode for first-time pilots
- Compact and durable design that can be flown just about anywhere
- Factory-assembled and includes everything you need to fly
- Integrated propeller guards and high-visibility LED lights
- Compact 2.4GHz transmitter and 2 AAA batteries
- Rechargeable LiPo flight battery and USB charger
- 2GB memory card and USB adapter
- 4 replacement propeller blades
NOTE: The model shown may not be an accurate representation of the color you will receive. Colors are selected randomly. The HobbyZone Rezo model HBZ9200 is available in four different colors, blue, orange, red or yellow. If you would like a specific color, please contact our customer service department prior to placing your order and we will do our best to honor your request.
Type: Micro Quadcopter
Gross Weight: 20.7 grams
Experience Level: Beginner
Recommended Environment: Indoor
Is Assembly Required: No
Needed To Complete:
- Nothing! Everything you need is in the box!
This product was added to our catalog on November 30, 2016.