The Blade 200 QX is the ideal second Quadcopter
Several modes and extremely high performance can help you to quickly become an expert pilot.
The Blade 200 QX is great fun to fly and is rock stable indoors or out.
You will continue to fly the Blade 200 QX even after you master more expensive Multicopters.
The $230.00 Blade 200 QX Quadcopter is a BNF model and requires a Spektrum transmitter like the $160.00 DX6i here.
- The Blade 200QX is a remarkable little Quadcopter that truly deserves a page of its's own.
- This quadcopter features brushless motors, a wind fighting aerodynamic shell and superb controlability and stability.
- The 200 QX is very rugged but can be flown aggresively enough to break it in a crash so it is better as a second quadcopter.
- There are three flight modes.
- Mode 1 = low rate stability (Mode LED solid Green) Definitely the mode to learn in.
- Mode 2 = high rate stability (Mode LED solid Blue) Still very stable but permits more aggresive flying.
- Mode 3 = Acrobatic (Mode LED solid Red) Total pilot control plus and flips and rolls. (Experienced Pilots Only!)
- An add on camera is also available from Blade but I recommend adding your own FPV or a Mobius camera instead.
- Spektrum has a new tiny FatShark FPV system that is perfect for this copter.
- And the 1080P Mobius camera is more powerful and useful than the camera available from Blade.
- The one thing the 720P Blade camera has going for it is that it can be started and stopped with a transmitter switch.
- The Mode LED flashing white indicates a fault (crash). The battery must be disconnected before it will allow a restart.