This three axis gimbal camera drone is feature packed, works well, and is priced right. Find it here http://bit.ly/SG908
– Folding drone with nice carrying case for portability.
– Brushless motors.
– GPS/GLONASS system for rapid lockon and accurate positioning. Drone can automatically return to home and land on command, loss of signal, and low voltage.
– Optical flow sensor for enhanced horizontal stability.
– Three axis stabilized gimbal with up/down remote tilt control.
– Camera is capable of taking 4K (4096 x 3072 pixels) photos, and 2K (2048 x 1080 pixels) video at 30 frames per second. Camera includes electronic image stabilization.
– Photos and video are recorded to an onboard micro SD card.
– 2S 3400mah LIHV battery provides over 26 minutes of flight time per charge.
– FPV transmission range of up to 800 meters.
– Controller range of up to 1200 meters.
– New “XiL Pro” app provides FPV video, advanced telemetry information, and advanced flight control features of follow me, orbit position, and waypoints. Additionally it includes a drone/operator orientation display to aid in manual flight control of the drone if visual contact is lost. The XiL Pro app is available here from Google Play http://bit.ly/XiLProPlay, and here from the the App Store http://bit.ly/XiLProiOS.
– The app requires use of a phone with 802.11ac WiFi. Before purchasing, use Google to verify that your phone does indeed have 802.11ac WiFi (not everybody has such on their phone).
– The drone weighs 539 grams, and requires registration in most countries.
– The app’s follow me feature worked, but was somewhat inaccurate of pointing toward my position.
– The controller’s yaw stick had some dead space from center position.
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