Diatone 2018GT M5 (M200) NP Drone Frame Kit (Titanium)
Diatone drones represent simplistic design principles, and the GT-M 200 series is a revision of this continuous drive of design styling. Driven by pure performance, each GT-M "2018" edition frame was designed to be around 100g of frame weight, incredibly durable, and offer amazing compatibility with electronic components available on the market today.
Featuring a blend of high quality carbon fiber, and aluminum materials, GT-M200 series of drones will certainly stand out from the rest! Featuring the latest Easy Cage 2, accessibility to the internal components is a breeze thanks to a single pivoting screw joint, and opening cage angle of 180 degrees. Each Easy Cage 2 is manufactured from 6061 aluminum alloy that is divided into two sections. Built with a triangular structure in mind for unheard of durability, the Easy Cage 2 is fixed onto the carbon fiber frame with only two 3mm screws, and contains two parallel columns for maximum protection.
Designed to house 19mm FPV cameras such as the RunCam Micro Swift, and Foxeer Micro, the FPV camera offers 0-90 degrees of rotation with great protection from damage provided by the aluminum side pieces featured with the Easy Cage 2.
The Carbon Fiber parts are manufactured to be incredibly strong. Made from 100% 3K carbon fiber, and designed around a 6mm thickness, the arms are going to be able to withstand nearly anything you can smash into it! Let's be honest...things happen.
Available in three styles, the 2018 GT-M5 can be built to suit anyones needs:
- "X" - A standard equidistant concept.
- "Stretch X" - Elongated front to back, for improved forward stability
- "Normal Plus" - A radical idea designed to have one motor in front, and two on the sides!
Features at a Glance:
- 6061 Aluminum Alloy Cage "Easy Cage 2"
- Built-In Camera Protection
- Adjustable Antenna Mount
- 0-90 Degree Camera Adjustment
- 6mm Thick 3K Carbon Fiber Arms
- 3 Different Styles - "X" "Stretch X" "Normal Plus"
This product was added to our catalog on November 27, 2017.