Moved too close to an airport and don't fly it anymore
Willing to Trade:
Built this guy up from just the basic frame kit. It has the DJI Naza-M control system with the upgraded V2 PMU. Zenmuse H3-3D camera gimbal with included GoPro Hero 3 Black edition, it's all wired up to transmit live video in real time so you can see what you're recording. Also wired in the iOSD mini (On screen display) that gives the pilot a full heads-up-display in real time. It even shows what mode the camera is in, if you're recording, camera battery life, drone battery life, distance away from takeoff, elevation, etc... Everything is wired together so it all turns on as soon as the battery is plugged in. It does have 4 led lights, 2 red and 2 green, mounted front and back so you can keep visual orientation in low light or even closer night time flights. Selling it with 3 batteries for the drone and a 3s to power the screen and video receiver. The 2 thunder power 2S batteries have roughly 40-50 flights on them running in series, the two turnigy 10,000mah batteries have 3 flights each just for testing and break in. The 7 video screen and receiver is also included. Currently I've been flying it with a Futaba 10 or 14 channel radio on the S-buss system, makes setup incredibly easy, plug one servo wire into the receiver and go fly. The only thing required to fly is a radio and receiver. Does come with lots of extras, both from the F550 kit, the zenmuse kit, and spare props etc.
Price is $1,550 plus shipping and plus 3% PayPal fee.
Here are some videos taken with it so you can get an idea of the image quality, stability and flying characteristics. There are a couple shaky parts mixed in that were an old non-DJI gimbal https://youtu.be/mrGw3WOLAYc https://youtu.be/N9762SQY9Dg (opening drone crash was an old drone and different camera gimbal) https://youtu.be/Fae9igaS3rU https://youtu.be/gxWTfHCyezk https://youtu.be/0hywgUS9D_E (moved the camera 4 forward so you no longer see it's arms and legs) https://youtu.be/EHzi8LvCsf8 (again, this is before moving the camera forward)