The F49 is the latest offering from the MJX hanger. Featuring the latest in on-board electronics combined with efficient design, the F49 is super stable for the novice yet lively enough to entertain the most experienced pilot.
|Rotor Diameter||490mm (19.29")|
|Radio||4 Channel 2.4GHz|
The included transmitter is a state of the art 2.4GHz 4 channel system, which gives you the ultimate link between you and your helicopter. There is minimal risk of interference, unlike older style FM radio sets. This means you can have up to 15 models flying at any given time without fear of signal interuption.
The transmitter features the ability to swap throttle control from left to right hand throttle depending upon your own personal preference, simply by moving two switches. The rest is performed automatically by the microprocessor inside the computerised unit.
The transmitter also features a shoulder button to operate the optional video camera (available separately) so you won't need any extra add-ons or additional set-up, just connect the unit and go.
With an LCD display and computerised menu option, it is simple to make any adjustments to the system, whilst having a digital read-out of any trim settings and stick movements being used.
Optional Camera System
The intelligent PCB control board on the F49 features a connection point for the optional MJX high-pixel camera, allowing you to record video footage or take photos during your flight with no additional set-up required! The camera is quick and easy to install and once fitted the lens angle is easily adjustable. The camera itself is operated from the original transmitter, so there are no additional extras. At the press of a button 3 .jpg photos are taken or the video recording will start. Video is recorded in AVI format onto the supplied 1GB Micro SD memory card and can be copied to your computer or laptop with the supplied Micro SD USB card reader.
The gyro is a device used to determine the flight heading of the helicopter. It is the core component used to determine the helicopters directionality and does this by balancing the speed of the motors to counteract any torque rotation caused by the main blades spinning.
Li-Po batteries are quickly becoming the standard in flight packs due to their ability to give a more efficient power supply than the 'old style' Ni-MH or Ni-Cd packs. This results in longer flight times and better performance for even more flight action.
Proportional servos give smooth movement control in relation to the amount of stick movement being used, so instead of a definitive on/off movement, you get a gradual, more controllable flight.
The onboard LED searchlight not only looks great, but can also make flying in low light areas much easier as it gives a bright forward facing light to help with orientation.