At a glance, excepting some minor design changes, there are not many differences between the XMR/C M9 and the XMR/C M10. Both come with an optional laser obstacle avoidance system, a 6K camera with a 3-axis gimbal, and a top range of 1200 meters.
With folded arms, the aircraft measures 11.5×17.5x7cm and weighs 450 grams. During night flights you will be assisted by four LED lights – two under the front motors and two on front of the fuselage.
According to the technical specs, the 2 cells 3000 mAh LIPO pack allows about 25 minutes of flight time. The battery can be conveniently recharged using the included micro USB cable.
In addition to the 3-axis mechanical stabilization, the XMRC M9’s camera features electronic image stabilization (EIS). The camera can take 5700*4275 photos and record 2688*1512@25fps videos.
Thanks to the fail-safe RTF function in case of low battery voltage or RC signal…