Starter set includes high-flying model rocket with complete launch system
Snap together construction - no gluing, no painting required
Complete with HD video camera and 16GB memory card
Records video and sound from liftoff to landing
Comes with all flight supplies for two high-flying launches
Reaches heights of 1000 feet
Dimensions (Overall): 13 Inches (H) x 8 Inches (W) x 4 Inches (D)
Suggested Age: 10 Years and Up
Material: Plastic, Paper
Includes: Instruction Manual
Features: Motorized Motion
Assembly Details: Adult Assembly Required, Tools Not Provided
Firing Range Distance: 900 Feet
Battery: 4 AA Alkaline, Required, Not Included
Item Number (DPCI): 086-00-5828
WARNING:This product can expose you to silica, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov www.p65warnings.ca.gov
Ever wonder what the view is like from 1000 feet high? Well, wonder no more! The Estes Astrocam® Flying Model Rocket Starter Set includes everything you need to capture audio and video from a rocket in flight – it’s so clear and realistic, it’s almost like being there!
The Estes Astrocam is equipped with its own high-definition digital video camera and a specially engineered nosecone to house the camera during flight. Start the camera while the rocket is on the launch pad and begin recording audio and video onto the included 16GB Micro SD Memory Card. Stand back and press the launch button and the model rocket camera captures the breathtaking sights and sounds from liftoff through recovery from onboard the rocket itself!
The Beginner-Level Astrocam rocket goes together quickly and can be ready to fly in less than 30 minutes. All parts are pre-finished for you – build your own rocket with no gluing or painting. Each Astrocam Starter Set contains an Estes Port-Pad® II Launch Pad and Electron Beam® Launch Controller (requires four 1.5V alkaline AA batteries, not included). The set also comes with flight supplies – two different types of engines, starters, plugs, and recovery wadding – for your first two Astrocam launches.