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– Very maneuverable quadcopter.
– Good range out to about 100 meters.
– 2MP camera with 720p video.
– Comes with needed microSD card and card reader.
– Camera lens tiltable up and down.
– Headless mode and one key return.
– Does not require FAA registration.
– The provided battery appears insufficient to simultaneously power both the quadcopter and camera recording. If the camera’s video recorder is left on for prolonged period, the quadcopter will lose power and land. Video recording needs to be turned on and off for short video clips to enable the quadcopter to continue its flight.
– Battery door easily pops open in flight. There is a provided screw to close the door, and it appears to be needed.
Item No.: 1505C
Copter Size: 27 x 27 x 9cm
Charging Time: About 60min
Charging Way: USB Charging
Flying Time: About 8min
Gyro: Built-in 6 Axis Gyro
Camera: 92W ( Included )
Control Distance: About 100m
Copter Battery: 3.7V 300mAh Lipo Built-in Battery ( Included )
Control Battery: 4 x 1.5V AA Battery ( Not Included )
Functions: 3D rollover,Camera,Forward/backward,Headless Mode,One Key Automatic Return,Sideward flight,Speed up,Trim,Turn left/right,Up/down,With light
Material: Electronic Components,Plastic
Mode: Mode 2 (Left Hand Throttle)
Flying Time: About 8mins
Package Contents: 1 x Quadcopter, 2 x Spare Blade, 1 x USB Cable, 1 x Transmitter, 2 x Landing Gear, 4 x Blade Protector, 1 x Card Reader, 1 x 4G TF Card, 1 x 92W Camera, 1 x 3.7V 300mAh Battery, 1 x English Manual
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