Synopsis: We recently looked for a low cost, quick to assemble quadcopter, to be
modified with FPV gear, something to travel with, overseas on rescue
projects. So we purchased the Walkera QR X350 which can be assembled in
2 minutes, with no tools on hand. Today, our SAR teams were informed
of another exciting version of the 350 size, the QR X350 Pro that uses Mission
Planner. We have
included some photos of the final development and will update again. To
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• Quick assembly
• Completely Ready to Fly
• Up to 2 km / 1.24 miles
• Up to 25 minutes flight time
• Gimbal ready for camera anti-vibration 2-axis stabilization (new Walkera G-2D)
• New FPV camera called the ILook included in the FPV1 Pro package
• First Person View (FPV) flight
• FatShark compatible (multi bands)
• WIFI option for smart phones
• GPS and "One Key" Return to Home
• GPS Auto Pilot functions
• Failsafe auto RTH and Land
• Low voltage protection
• Devention DEVO F7,10 computer radio
• Easy to see LEDs
• Balance charger with world compatible wall adapter for travel
• + Mission Planner and Waypoint Autopilot
First Impressions: I must say the X350 Pro flies very well, pre-tuned. It Loiters perfectly out of the box. sure enough, it did every standard thing with the Mission Planner.
The only thing, out of the box, without any modification I am not able to add
telemetry module or osd. However others have managed to solder them on.
The x350 PRO uses a DATA BUS, which makes it easy to assign switches.
System Output Gear Switch is assigned to your standard 3 Position flight modes.
Default Aux 2 is assigned to Channel 7 option (example simple mode), and Aux 3
(Input gear) assign to Channel 8 option.
Coming Soon Unboxing, installation & maiden flight [VIEW]
Missions Recaps: During a search mission, we like to send the planes out
first, as they have better endurance and flight time. Once a point of
interest (POI) is noted, GPS co-ordinates and the pilot trace will be
communicated to the ground search crew as well as the multi-rotors team.
Multi-rotors are sent out for a closer look at the POI.