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       This is the 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, Electric Powered,             
              Rise INDORFIN 130 200mW Brushless FPV-R Race Drone.              
FEATURES: Camera: 600 TVL, adjustable to offset the tilt forward of extreme    
          VTX Transmitter: 5.8GHz 200mW, 40 channel                            
          Receiver: Built-in, compatible with the Rise 2000 transmitter,       
            "bind" button built into Indorfin links the Indorfin and the       
            J2000 transmitter                                                  
          Motors: Four 4100Kv, 1104 size                                       
          Flight Controller: F3 Flight Controller with Betaflight, an open     
            source flight software that allows pilot to customize their own    
            flight program, or just pick up and fly                            
          Frame: Carbon fiber                                                  
          Canopy: Removable to save weight, allows receiver to be installed on 
          Battery: 3S, 11.1V 740mAh 20C Onyx LiPo battery with XT30 connector  
          4-Pin Receiver Extension: Allows the Indorfin to be used with        
            nearly any other receiver such as Futaba, Tactic, Spektrum and     
            more, simply plug in your receiver to Indorfin RX port and select  
            type of receiver in the Betaflight program                         
          Warranty: RISE guarantees this drone to be free from defects in both 
            material and workmanship at the date of purchase. This warranty    
            does not cover any component parts damaged by use or modification. 
INCLUDES: Assembled INDORFIN FPV Race Drone with F3 Flight Controller with     
            Betaflight, 3S LiPo Battery, extra Props, Instructions, VTX        
            Transmitter, 4-Pin Receiver Extension                              
REQUIRES: Transmitter such as the RISE 2000 (RISJ2000)                         
          5.8GHz Monitor or Goggles                                            
          LiPo compatible battery charger                                      
          Four AA batteries for transmitter                                    
SPECS:      Drone;                                                             
          Diagonal Size: 5.1" (130mm)                                          
          Width: 5.0" (127mm)                                                  
          Length: 4.3" (108mm)                                                 
          Height: 1.9" (47mm)                                                  
          Weight: 3.7oz (106g) without battery                                 
          RTF Weight: 5.9oz (169g)                                             
          Propellers: 2.75" (70mm) 3 blade propeller diameter                  
          Resolution: 600TVL                                                   
          Input Voltage: 3.6-5.5V                                              
          Working Current: 550mA (5V) max.                                     
          Micro Memory Card Port: Compatible with cards up to 32GB             
          External Video Quality: 640x480p VGA                                 
          Internal Video Quality: 1280x720p                                    
          30 fps (when recorded from micro memory card)                        
          Video Format: AVI                                                    
          Photo Resolution: 2 MP                                               
COMMENTS: FPV 'First Person View' transmission products with output power      
            greater than 25mW require a HAM license to operate legally in the  
            USA. This involves a 35-question multiple-choice test and a small  
            fee. You can contact an amateur radio club in your area for        
            information or assistance in obtaining a license. Also see the     
            Amateur Radio Relay Network web page about obtaining a license.    
            Customers outside of the USA should understand and follow all      
            telecommunications or other regulations in your area.              
            Always follow the AMA Safety Code when operating model aircraft.   
            Visit the Academy of Model Aeronautics and search for FPV 550, and 
            read "Document 550 - Utilizing First Person View Systems to learn  
            about the safe operation of FPV 'First Person View" systems in     
            model aircraft.             
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