Are you tired of waiting for the new DJI Mavic 3 to be released? Well, there might just be a solution for you. Check out the all-new, and soon-to-be-released FreeFly Astro instead!
Tired of waiting for the Mavic 3 release? Check out the FreeFly Astro instead!
FreeFly Systems is about to release a new drone it seems. Just today the ‘Made-in-USA’ dronemaker released a short teaser video on Instagram and Twitter with some specs that are guaranteed to capture your interest, and possibly your money. Check it out!
The new drone from FreeFly Systems promises to be (and to offer you):
- Folds again
- Great flight times
- 60MP Sony A7R4 camera (maybe also the A7SIII?)
- Weather sealed
- Linux companion computer
- Skynode from Auterion
- RTK integrated
- Integrated Gimbal
- Auterion Mission Control
- Designed, Tested, Built in the USA!
- Long Range
- Smart Batteries
- Built to Fly soon!
Did they forget anything?
Affordable, maybe? 😉
Check the FreeFly Astro teaser video below and let me know what you think! Seems that this drone may make you think twice about DJI’s Inspire 2 or waiting for the Mavic 3 to be released…
Linux Mission Computer
Designed, Built, Tested in USA
— Freefly (@freeflysystems) September 2, 2020
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