ZLRC SG901 Yue 4K Folding Camera Drone Flight Test Review

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This folding beginner’s camera drone can fly well over 16 minutes on a battery charge. Find it here and use coupon 3MSMNVZK (NO BAG INCLUDED WITH ONE BATTERY VERSION) http://bit.ly/SG901-1Batt, or get 3 battery version with bag included here (use coupon 3O6RRACQ) http://bit.ly/3Batt-SG901

Pros
– Folding drone for portability.
– Lightweight at 214 grams with battery. May not require registration in some countries.
– I was in error stating that this drone records 2K video. It actually records and saves 1080p video and 4K (4096 x 3072 pixel) photos. Camera lens can be manually pointed up ro down before flight.
– Optical flow sensor automatically hovers the drone without pilot input.
– Altitude hold, headless mode, and one key return.
– 3.7V 2200mah battery provides over 16 minutes flight time.
– FPV video can be viewed, and video recorded directly to your phone using common 2.4Ghz WiFi. 5G WiFi is not required by this drone.
– HFUN app (http://bit.ly/HFUN-Android , http://bit.ly/HFUN-iOS) provides ability to view and record video. Additionally provides advanced features of follow me, waypoints, and gesture control of camera.

Cons
– Brushed motors will wear out eventually.
– No SD card recording capability. Instead video and photo files are recorded directly to your phone via WiFi, with usual WiFi limitations of lag, and dropped or frozen frames.
– HFUN app was very buggy with this drone. App crashed on me several times when video recording was activated.
– Could not get follow me feature to work properly with this drone.

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