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xCraft - Gimbal for X PlusOne Quadcopter - Carbon Fiber

Shoot vibration-free videos from your remote-controlled air and land vehicles with this xCraft gimbal. It's made from 100 percent real carbon fibers, which makes it exceptionally durable but keeps it lightweight. This xCraft gimbal has dual-axis movement for optimal camera stability, and it fits GoPro Hero 2 and later cameras.
Code: DA-10444
Manufacturer: XCraft
Price: 341 $

What's Included

  • xCraft Gimbal for X PlusOne Quadcopter

Product Features

Compatible with X PlusOne

For use with your existing hybrid quadcopter.

Fits GoPro HD HERO2 and up action cameras

Allow you to capture super smooth, stabilized video.

2-axis stabilization system

Provides maximum camera stability.

Real carbon fiber material

Provides durability and longlasting use.

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  • Parts
    90 Days
  • Labor
    90 Days
  • Model Compatibility
    X PlusOne
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  • Choking Hazard Warning
  • Recommended Minimum Age
    18 years
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  • Color
    Carbon Fiber
  • Height
    1.9 inches
  • Width
    3.9 inches
  • Depth
    6.9 inches
  • Product Name
    Gimbal for X PlusOne Quadcopter
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