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We've built the Smallest, Fastest, and Coolest Racing Drone ever. Now anyone can try Drone Racing at an affordable price! It's super fun for both kids and adults. Best of all, we're right here in New Zealand.
What is FPV?
First Person View (FPV) Flying allows for real-time, no-lag, instant video broadcasting. A camera mounted to the drone transmits video to your head-mounted display in less than 20 milliseconds! FPV allows for a completely immersive flying experience unlike no other.
FPV allows for more precise control over your drone so you can react quicker to obstacles and fly faster and higher.
What is Drone Racing?
FPV Drone Racing is an exciting upcoming sport. Participants manually control drones equipped with a camera and a video link to a head mounted display. Up to 8 pilots can compete simultaneously in a race. Race courses are built using a variety of obstacles and archways to create ¿gates¿ and checkpoints.
Ultra Immersive Video
The 65mm Class KiwiQuad is equipped with a 25mW video transmitter capable of transmitting real-time on up to 48 different frequencies. Our ultra light camera design allows the quad to remain lightweight while delivering exceptional video quality.
The KiwiQuads Starter Kit Controller was carefully designed to allow a small yet comfortable handset suitable for anyone to use. It features a coloured LED to show what rate is active and provides audio feedback on each mode change.
Our software was extensively tested to ensure our PID loop configuration and filters are optimum for flying and racing. Unlike other micro quadcopters, our quads do not suffer from oscillations even when using LiHV batteries.
Ultra Safe Design
All 4 propellers are enclosed in ducts for ultimate protection and durability
Automatic Failsafe Protection ensures your drone won't ever fly away on loss of signal