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With its streamlined fixed-wing structure, Parrot’s Disco FPV drone can reach speeds of up to 80.5 kph (50 mph). The drone’s aerodynamic design, fixed wings and light carbon and EPP (expanded polypropylene) body work together to make it soar like a plane. And you can pilot Parrot Disco with ease using the Skycontroller 2.
Immerse yourself in flight and see the world from above with Parrot Cockpitglasses, the new FPV headset designed to put you in the cockpit of your drone. Simply connect to the FreeFlight Pro application on your iPhone or iPad and place it into the Cockpitglasses. Parrot Disco’s Full HD 1080p camera records stunning footage and will make you feel as if you are flying: the skyline changes when you turn.
Take full command of Parrot Disco with the lightweight, compact Parrot Skycontroller 2. The Skycontroller 2’s two joysticks give you ultra-precise piloting as you fly your drone up to 2 km (1.2 miles) away. Take off and land with the touch of a single button. Leave on an adventure confident that you’ll always get home safely with the Return Home feature. Play with altitude, direction and speed knowing the anti-stall system guarantees stability.
Advanced aerodynamic design and high-speed engine for speeds up to 80.5 kph (50 mph)
Easily pilot with Skycontroller 2
Approximately 45 minutes of flight time
Built-in front-nose 1080p camera with three-axis digital stabilisation and 32GB of internal memory
Assisted controls and anti-stall autopilot for even easier piloting
Takes off and lands by itself
Maintains altitude and flight path, even after you release the controller joysticks
Parrot Cockpitglasses provide live video streaming with on-screen flight telemetry and radar
Wear Parrot Cockpitglasses in comfort, even with glasses
Parrot Skycontroller 2 delivers extended flight range of up to 2 km (1.2 miles)
Customise Skycontroller 2’s eight shortcut buttons and two joysticks to suit your preferences
Up to four hours of battery life for Skycontroller 2 on a single charge
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