Potensic Elfin Tiny Folding Portable Camera Drone Flight Test Review

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This tiny foldable and highly portable drone can be taken and flown most anywhere. This is a good beginner’s learn to fly drone. Find it here https://amzn.to/37qxfpA

Pros
– Small, portable, safe, unobtrusive drone that you should be able to fly most anywhere without aggravating the drone phobic.
– Comes with nice carrying case for the drone and its accessories.
– Very lightweight carbon frame. Total drone weight with battery is only 95 grams. This drone does not require registration in most countries.
– Includes optical flow sensor, enabling automatic hovering in good light conditions.
– Also includes altitude hold pressure sensor. This enables automatic height control of the drone.
– Comes with two 3.7V 1100mah batteries that provides approximately 10 minutes of flight time each.
– App uses common 2.4 Ghz WiFi which is available on nearly all phones.
– Potensic Toy app provides ability to view real time in-flight video from the drone, and record this video (or photos) to your phone. The Potensic Toy app is available here on Google Play http://bit.ly/ElfinApp, or here on the Apple App Store http://bit.ly/Elphin-App.

Cons
– No SD card recording capability. Video and photos are recorded to your phone only via 2.4Ghz Wifi (with inherent WiFi limitations).
– Advertised with 2K camera. However, video and photos can only be recorded/saved at much lower 720p resolution.
– Installing the provided propeller guards can cause the drone to fly erratically. It is best not to install them.
– Brushed motor drone. The motors may someday require replacement.

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