KingKong just launched a RTF (Ready To Fly) racing quadcopter, the KingKong 210GT drone — which uses the 210GT carbon fiber frame they released back in April 2016. The aircraft will feature a FPV camera, brushless motors and more; let’s have a look!
The KingKong 210GT is a rather powerful FPV racing drone with four 2205 2300KV brushless motors working on 20A OPTO BLHeli ESCs. The flight controller is the omnipresent F3 which should allow tinkerers to configure it to their heart’s content.
The on-board FPV camera is a 700TVL CCD with 115-degree FOV that will transmit 5.8GHz real-time FPV video thanks to the included 600mW 32CH transmitter.
Being an RTF kitm the KingKong 210GT comes with a battery — a 1300mAh 3S 11.1V 25C LiPo in this case — and a Flysky FS-i6 transmitter.
KingKong 210GT Specifications
- Model: 210GT
- Upper plate: 1.5 + / – 0.2mm
- Bottom plate: 3.0+ / – 0.2mm
- Flight controller: Micro F3
- Propeller: 5040
- Motor: 2205 2300KV (2 – 4S)
- ESC: BLHeli 20A 2-4S
- Video transmitter: 5.8G 32CH 600mW
- Antenna polarization: RHCP
- Transmitter: FLYSKY FS – i6 transmitter
- Receiver: FS – iA6 receiver
- Battery: 1300mAh 3S 11.1V 25C
- Weight: 306g
KingKong 210GT Pricing and Photos
The KingKong 210GT can be found for $250.66 at online retailers like Gearbest and is available in two color variants: red, and green.
This FPV racing quadcopter is obviously aimed at more experienced customers. It being ready to fly and coming pre-assembled does make it a possible choice for intermediate users as well, the price tag could hinder some, though.