FOXTECH Great Shark 330 VTOL

The Great Shark is a 3.3-meter wingspan VTOL is made for mapping and ground surveying!


Great SHARK 330 VTOL

Great SHARK 330 VTOL has a 3.3-meter wingspan and features a highly advanced aerodynamic design. The fuselage of Great SHARK 330 is made of Kevlar material which is very light and durable.

Although the Great Shark is so big, it adopts quick-detach design which makes the plane easy to assemble and disassemble, and easy to transport. The fuselage also has big inner space for the flight controller, batteries or other equipment, like oblique camera, etc.

The Great Shark 330 VTOL can fly longer and load more payload. The max. payload is about 5kg. The frame of Great SHARK is 6kg, and max take-off weight is about 20kg, and the fly time is around 2.5 hours. The cruising speed of the Great SHARK can reach 26m/s. The Great Shark 330 VTOL can take off and land vertically in a very small area.

More Payload and Higher Efficiency Mapping VTOL: Great Shark 330 (6 min 14 sec)

In this Great SHARK VTOL plane we suggest to use two 6S 10000mAh Lipo for VTOL mode, and four 6S 12500mAh Li-ion battery for Fixedwing mode. The Great Shark 330 VTOL equipped with FH230 TR 30X Optical Zoom Camera and gimbal can be used to do long-range inspection, equipped with3DM V3 Oblique Camera or Map-A7R can be used to do 3D modeling, oblique mapping and ground survey, etc.

Note: The Great Shark will be shipped 7 days later after the order is made, please contact customer service staff for a specific delivery date.


  • Wingspan: 3300mm
  • Length: 1750mm
  • Frame Weight: 6.35kg
  • Take-off weight: 9kg(w/o battery, payload)
  • Max take-off weight: 20kg
  • Endurance: 2.5 hours
  • Suggest Max. Payload: 5kg
  • Cruising speed: 22m/s
  • Battery: 2x 6S 10000mAh Lipo(VTOL mode), 4x6S 12500mAh Li-ion(fixedwing mode)
  • Take-off/Landing: VTOL

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Aug 31, 2019, 03:41 PM
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2.5 hours endurance, is that really possible ?
Sep 01, 2019, 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Axefly
2.5 hours endurance, is that really possible ?
Absolutely. I've seen some electrics fly 4 hours or more. Gas will always be where it's at, however.
Sep 02, 2019, 12:58 AM
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2.5 hour endurance is likely in airplane mode, not VTOL.

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