Rodeo 110 RTF FPV Racing Quadcopter Drone by Walkera w/2.4GHz Devo 7 Radio
This product was added to our catalog on January 25, 2017.
The Walkera Rodeo 110 is the fusion of feedback and design, and brings FPV fun in places never thought of before. The Rodeo 110 allows for FPV flight in small and tight spaces where typical larger drones simply can't fly due to sheer size. The Rodeo 110 is fully equipped even when the size is very small. Featuring brushless motors, carbon fiber frame, LED light for night flying, HD 600TVL Camera & 5.8Ghz Video Gear, & Devo 7 Transmitter, the Rodeo 110 is ready to race out of the box!
The tiny 110 class racing drone includes a factory installed HD 600TVL wide angle camera which allows pilots a full featured view, boosting confidence while racing at high speeds. The F3 flight controller is fully adjustable, allowing the pilot to tune the flight characteristics to suit their flying style. Plus, the 5.8GHz video transmitter features 40 channels with race bands, so you can bind to any video receiver.
- Rodeo 110 (assembled)
- Devo 7 2.4Ghz Radio System
- 600TVL HD FPV Camera
- 2 Sets of Props
- 1 7.4V 2S 850mAh LiPo Battery
- 1 AC LiPo Charger
- Quick Start Guide
Needed To Complete:
- (8) "AA" Batteries (for transmitter)
Ordered another one but started modifying current one. Removed camera guard and light lens cover. Removed the upper camera cover mount. Removed stock camera and mounted an 800 tvl camera($33.00). Removed motor guard/landing pads. Replaced vtx antenna with Furious micro FPV RCHP antenna($12.95). Replaced stock battery with Gens Ace 520mah 30C battery($7.99). It now weighs about 125gms ready to fly(from 144gms). The battery gives me about 5 minutes of very agile flight. Punch out is un-be-lieve-a-ble. it will disappear within two seconds if you don't cut the throttle. The Furious antenna and upgraded camera added range and clarity to an already impressive image. My mobius mini is easily mounted to the top of the battery with an extra long velcro strap and shoots very clear images. There is no jello at all. This is a SMOOTH flying drone. There is very little propeller flutter and it is vibration free. It flies so well with the mobius that you barely know it's there. I know I sound like I'm bragging about one of my kids but this is a fantastic little drone. Going to experiment with props next. Torrent...Torrent who?
Haven't tried out any different props. Instead, I've been experimenting with cameras as the stock one is pretty poor. The new camera of choice is the Runcam MicroSwift 2. It fits with little modification. The picture is vastly improved over the stock camera and although it is only 600tvl, the quality of the picture is better than the 800tvl camera I had already mounted there. You also get OSD in the form of battery pack voltage and flight time. I also discovered that a Runcam 2 hd camera can also be mounted to the quad and gives even better video than the Mobius. Flight times are drastically reduced to about 2:45 but the footage is worth it. I plan to fly around my little seaside town on the central coast of Oregon during the eclipse with my Runcam2 and post footage to YouTube,)