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New Parrot Bebop 2 Power & Parrot Mambo FPV




Bebop 2 Power

Parrot has just released two new drones called the Parrot Bebop 2 Power and the Parrot Mambo FPV. Both drones are upgraded models from the original Bebop 2 and Mambo. The Bebop 2 Power now has a flight time equivalent to the new DJI Mavic Pro Platinum and an upgraded flight assistance system. The Mambo FPV comes with an HD camera and a headset for a full FPV immersive experience. Both these drones may just be improved models, but their sale price makes them competitive drones to consider.

Parrot Mambo FPV

Parrot Bebop 2 Power

The Parrot Bebop 2 Power now comes with two 3350 mAh batteries, and each battery has a flight time rated at 30 minutes. The 2017 drone also comes in a new all black color. Updates in the flight modes allow users to capture professional angles with ease. Reveal, 360° panorama, Epic and Rise are only some of the improved Intelligent flight modes. The Bebop 2 Power also has a follow me mode that can track an object with precision. Launching the drone from a user’s hand can be done with this drone. Once the rotors have started, hand launches with palm detection allows the Bebop 2 Power to be tossed into the air for a successful take-off. Just like the Mambo FPV, the Bebop 2 Power will come with Parrot’s Cockpitlgasses 2 for an immersive FPV experience.

Parrot Bebop 2 Power

Parrot Mambo FPV

The Parrot Mambo FPV minidrone comes with a new HD camera that has a 120° FOV. The camera is rated at 720p. It can record and stream in 30 FPS, and footage can be saved thanks to a MicroSD slot. The wide angle lens will allow beginners to experience the thrill of FPV racing. The Parrot Mambo FPV can hit speeds up to 18 mph. Without bumpers or accessories, the Parrot Mambo weighs 73 grams. With a 660 mAh battery, this drone can fly up to 10 minutes. Not only is this drone durable, but it’s made to be fun for all ages.


Parrot Mambo FPV


The Bebop 2 Power costs $599.99, and the Mambo FPV costs $179.99. Parrot drones can be purchased off Parrot’s official site. Stores like Apple and Best Buy sell Parrot drones, but it might take some time before they stock the newest models.

Parrot Mambo FPV Parrot Bebop 2 Power

With these new updates and included FPV goggles, both the Bebop 2 Power and the Mambo FPV drones are something to consider. All users need is a mobile phone and the Parrot app to get these ready-to-fly drones up in the air in no time.


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