Flash flooding today destroyed homes and causes further devasation in western Afghanistan, one week after tens of thousands were affected as floodwaters swept away homes and lives
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|Gimbal::||Two-axis self-stabilizing gimbal||MPN:|
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|Body weight::||350 grams (including PTZ)||Product size::||300x300x115MM|
|Shaft distance::||230MM||Flight distance::||500 meters|
|Remote controller::||two-way return / LCD display attitude data||Remote frequency::||2.4GHz|
|Battery model::||2S 25C 7.4V 3000MAH||Motor specifications::||brushless motor 1506 (1800KV)|
|Remote control battery ::||4 x AA Battery(not included)||Blade type::||5 inch self-locking positive and negative paddle|
|Charging method::||USB charging, intelligent built-in balance charger||Flight time::||20-23 minutes|
|Charging time::||3-5 hours||GPS::||Dual Mode (GPS/GLONASS)|
|Fence Default::||height 100 meters / distance 150 meters||Camera::||2.4G long distance 120 meters WiFi|
|Photo pixel: Photo::||1920x1080P|
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