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DJI A2000 Octocopter with a 22lb payload?
 

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****, wish there was a better/clearer picture. Google Translate on iOS can translate Chinese from a photo.

The heading says 'Agricultural Solutions'.
The long line says something about 'variable power output'
The 10kg line mentions "oversized load" - does that refer to the payload, or the weight of the unit itself? (Edit: From a native-Chinese comment on the site where this came from, it seems to be the payload. Crazy.)
The line below that says '2 M wheelbase'. DJI does refer to wingspan as the 'wheelbase', but that'd be a big mofo at 6 ft wide - that's double the S1000!
 
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It would make sense if it's 2M wide due to the name. DJI's numbering always refers to the largest motor to motor distance.
 
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And..... it's an 'umbrella' folding design with the arms folding downwards for transportation - Well I would hope so because who the hell is going to be able to transport a fixed wing multirotor with a 2m span :D

A 10kg payload also opens up Epic or F55 teritory :D:D:D. Although by the time you add a gimbal and glass you will be getting near that 10kg limit anyway.

Hope it's not a flight time of 30 seconds with 10kg hanging off the bottom!:rolleyes:
 
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