This folding GPS drone can easily fly over 20 minutes with control range well past 500 meters (FPV video range of about 300 meters). Find it here
– Folding drone for maximum portability and protection of the drone during travel.
– Brushless MT2204 1305KV motors
– GPS with automatic return to home and landing capability on command, lost signal, and low battery.
– Optical flow sensor for added horizontal hover stability.
– Air pressure and dual ultrasonic sensor for added altitude stability.
– 2K (2048 x 1152 pixel) HD camera with wide angled lens.
– Video and photos are recorded directly to an onboard microSD card. Video and photos can still be recorded without requiring use of the JJRC X app.
– Single axis (non stabilized) gimbal with remote up/down control.
– 7.6V 3400mah LiHV battery easily provides over 20 minutes of flight. Comes with dual (two battery capable) charger.
– Mode 2/1 switchable long range controller. with telemetry screen and audible LVC and range warnings. Easily flew past 500 meters with this controller, and probably could fly much farther with it.
– FPV real time video and advanced flight modes of follow me, circle position, and waypoint flying available through the "JJRC X" app, available on Google Play here and Apple app store here
– The JJRC X app requires use of a phone with 802.11ac WiFi. Not all phones have this capability. Before considering purchase of this drone, first verify that your phone is indeed 802.11ac WiFi capable.
– The 2K video is recorded at 20 frames per second. Video can be choppy, especially when recording rapid movement.
– Photos are screenshots (frame grabs) of the 2K video.
– Charging of the 3400mah battery takes approximately 4 hours with a 2 Amp wall charger.
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