eMax EZ Pilot Beginners RTF Indoor Micro FPV Drone Flight Test Review

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This micro drone includes everything that you’ll need to fly FPV in your house, including 5.8Ghz FPV racing goggles. It’s perfect for beginner fliers. Find it here http://bit.ly/eMax-EZ-Pilot
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Pros
– Includes everything needed for FPV flying, including drone, battery, charger, transmitter, and FPV goggles.
– 47 grams with battery. Does not require registration in most countries.
– Includes three flight modes for pilots of varied skill levels. All three modes are easy to fly. But beginners mode is particularly easy, and should enable most first time pilots to maneuver the drone through their house.
– 600 TVL FPV camera.
– 37 channel 25 mW FPV transmitter.
– Provided 4.35V LiHV battery provides over 4 minutes of flight time per charge. Battery is very common, and you should be able to easily find spare batteries if desired.
– Includes eMax Tinyhawk 48 channel 5.8Ghz FPV goggles. Goggles can also be used with most 5.8Ghz FPV racers.

Cons
– All three flight modes are very slow, and meant for beginners. Although they should work well indoors, trying to fly outdoors in any wind will likely be a problem. If you do go outdoors, keep the flight low until you become very comfortable in flying this drone. Otherwise, your drone may drift away in the wind.
– Flight control board is not modifiable.
– No Smartaudio capability.
– All three available flight modes are stabilized. There is no Acro ability.
– Brushed motor drone (0816 sized motors).

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