|Dim Weight:||1.9kg (38 x 25 x 10cm)|
|Availability:||Out of stock|
The GALAXY VISITOR 2 includes the following advanced special functions:
"Headless Flight" function
For normal control of a radio-controlled helicopter the direction of control is always from the point of view of the model, i.e. forward, back, right and left refer to the model's direction of flight, or the pilot's view "in the model". The drawback to this is the necessity to re-think your commands when the model is flying towards you. Right and left for the pilot "in the model" are now exactly the opposite of those for the pilot holding the RC system transmitter. This "conventional flight mode" is difficult to master, especially for the beginner who is just making a start. In the case of a quadrocopter there is an additional difficulty: the symmetrical overall shape makes it slightly more difficult to pick up where 'front' and 'back' are on the model. For this reason the GALAXY VISITOR 2 includes an "Intelligent Control Mode". When the model is operated in this control mode, all directions refer to the pilot holding the RC system transmitter. This means that the model always flies towards the pilot if he moves the pitch-axis stick back (towards himself), and always away from the pilot if the pitch-axis stick is moved forward. Right and left are now always exactly the same with reference to the pilot. The direction in which the actual front of the quadrocopter is pointing is not relevant.