KF607 Folding 2K 4K Camera Drone Flight Test Review
This optical flow drone includes the capability of recording still photos in very high resolution . Find it here http://bit.ly/KF607-Drone
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– Folding drone for portability.
– Optical flow and pressure sensors enables steady automatic hovering of the drone without pilot input.
– Uses common 2.4Ghz WiFi. Most phones should work with this drone
– Records video in 1280 x 720 or 1408 x 800 pixel resolution, and still photos in 1M, 2M, 8M, or 4K (4096 x 3072p) resolution. Here’s a sample 4K photo http://bit.ly/4K-Photo
– Camera lens can be controlled remotely aimed up or down via the transmitter and your phone.
– The 3.7V 1800 mah drone battery provided close to 11 minutes of flight time.
– There is no need to purchase AA batteries for the controller as it has its own built-in 3.7V 300mah rechargeable LiPo battery. .
– In flight video can be viewed and recorded to your smartphone using the “HFun” app available on Google Play here http://bit.ly/HFun-app and iTunes here http://bit.ly/Hfun-app. App can also be used for gesture control of video and photos, and optical follow me capability.
– No SD card. Records photos and videos to your phone via WiFi only. As this drone has capability to record video or photos in very high resolution, expect increased frame dropping and lost photos at the higher resolutions.
– Advanced optical features of the app were buggy and may have been caused by momentary interuptions of the WiFi signal. They also seemed to work best under phone control of the drone (without the controller).
– The controller has no high rate selection. As such, the drone may have difficulty flying on windy days.
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