With their finger on the pulse of the drone enthusiast, Atlanta Hobby’s drone racing Katana KMR 250 appears to be another successful product from the Cumming, Georgia company that specializes in the design and production of drones.
“Winner of the prestigious Southeast Electric Flight Festival (SEFF) “Best New Product for 2016” award, Atlanta Hobby is thrilled to officially announce the release of their new racing quadcopter, the Katana KMR 250. The KMR 250 is a game changer in drone racing. With its all carbon 250-class airframe, the KMR 250 is fast, and lightweight, making it the perfect racing system for both first time racers and professional world champions.
The KMR 250 system features a revolutionary power distribution board making it quick and easy to assemble. The KMR 250 features the 20 AMP Opto ESCs, 2204-2300 high performance Twister brushless motors, a 700 line CCD camera, and an Acro NAZE 32 flight controller. The racer is available in an Almost-Ready-To-Fly (ARF) version and a fully assembled Bind-N-Fly (BNF) version.”
Other Key Features:
- Switchable Front and Back Lights
- Built in 5V/3amp BEC
- Lost Model Alarm
- Battery Voltage Tester
- 3 or 4S Battery Input
- Ample Filtered Power Ports For Your Various FPV Equipment
The KMR 250 sells for $460!