Atlanta Hobby

Atlantahobby.com the nations leader in providing innovative, Electric Flight products to consumers around the world and being one of the largest multi rotor dealers in the USA announced today that it has released a new line of Professional Grade, Made In The USA, multi axis Camera Mounts and Gimbals for multi-rotor aircraft.

Cliff Whitney, President of Atlantahobby.com said “The multi rotor segment of the hobby is exploding and I am excited to be able to continue to add to our unique line of quality products that are made in the USA. No mater if we are working in our role of Federal defense contractor or supplying equipment to a first time pilot who wants great photos we always work to deliver the highest quality components backed up with the technical support we are known for.”

Three new Gimbals head the line SR-Pro, SR-800 Pro and SR-Pro Micro with more in the works.
Leading the line is the new SR Pro Micro Gimbal/landing gear system. The SR Pro Micro is the perfect solution for the popular DJI 450 and 550 frame sets and is easily fitted to many other multi rotor copters. The unit is manufactured of the highest quality aircraft components while maintaining a very lightweight but strong design.
Weighing in at only 300 grams (10.5oz), the SR Pro Micro flies like a dream! Finished in stealth black electro static thermal powder coat for a non scratch super tough finish.
The SR Pro Micro is built from light but strong 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum, Carbon Fiber Skids and Rails as well as space-age polymers, genuine Teflon bushings, Titanium screws and native rubber vibration dampeners all working together for the best photography.
Extreme ease and functionality is had with direct drive two axis servo control (Hitec HS-65 servos are included) producing fluid smooth and dynamic video footage.
A Built in battery balance system helps dial in the perfect balance of your multirotor for longer flight times and less wear and tear on your motors.

Prices start at $399 and you can see this and the rest of the line at Atlantahobby.com

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