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Old 08-27-2012, 10:36 PM   #1
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DJI introduced the NazaH with GPS at IRCHA last week. Here is some video of the demo flights.




If the pricing follows the NazaM then it should be $230 for the NazaH and an additional $169 for the GPS unit. Speculation on my part since DJI has not announced pricing yet. The Heli version could be slightly higher.

I purchased a WKH for my Trex550 which I like a lot but it is primarily set up for scale. The NazaH is definitely a 3D controller with the option for GPS hold. It will be interesting to see what the feature set is when introduced.
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They are $448.00 complete.

I've gotten my 2 HC3-SX units cheaper than this.

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They are $448.00 complete.

I've gotten my 2 HC3-SX units cheaper than this.

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John, do your two HC3-SX have a Barometric Sensor for Altitude Hold or GPS and Compass? The base Naza H is what, $269 without GPS and includes the stabilization and altitude hold. HeliCommand engineers great controllers. I owned one for my 700E FBL. It worked well. It was not as easy to set up as the Naza H or the WKH for that matter.
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I am really interested to see how well this is respected! It is such a great controller for quads and they have a reputation and a whole lot of technology under their belt.

Hope Naza H rocks !
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Moved to here:

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