Transporting your drone


Brian
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Lowepro just came out with a new tote for a drone, the Droneguard BP450 AW. It looks very nice but they want $250 for it. At the same time, Amazon has their Droneguard CS 400 for $95, Lowepro wants $150 for it, and Fry's wants $200. I thought it was a good deal, so I got one. I am very happy with it. It holds my F450, radio, batteries and everything else I could need. It is sturdy and meets most airline standards for carry on (apparently American maybe a problem). It has shoulder straps so you can carry it like a backpack.

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This is from their website:

  • The Drone Guard 400 case fits: DJI Phantom 1, 2 or 3, or 3DR Solo, or similar drone, quadcopter or flying camera form factor, RC/transmitter, blades, props, GoPro or other action video camera, batteries, cables, chargers, mounts, manuals, tools, etc.
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