AirSelfie E03 Selfie 1080p HD Camera Drone Flight Test Review
This small aluminum selfie camera drone includes position hold sensors, a 1080p camera, and a portable power bank to recharge for multiple flights. Find it here https://goo.gl/5KFPEF
– Small and highly portable. Quadcopter can be stored and carried in its charging power bank.
– Brushless motors powered by an internal 7.4V 240mah battery.
– Includes a 12,600mah charging power bank for up to 20 recharges of the quadcopter from a single power bank charge. Charging time is relatively quick at about 20 minutes per recharge. The power bank can also be used to recharge your phone.
– Includes optical and acoustic sensors for automatically maintaining the position of the quadcopter.
– Entirely controlled via your smartphone via the AirSelfie app available on Google Play here https://goo.gl/kJqBz5 and iTunes here https://goo.gl/4vdhKY
– Camera is capable of recording 1080p HD video and 5MP resolution images.
– Quadcopter also includes 4GB of internal RAM storage for images and video. Files can be downloaded via the micro USB charging port on the quadcopter.
– Somewhat short flight time of under 3 minutes per charge.
– Not very stable, especially outdoors. Wind can bounce it around. As such, this is probably best used for indoor selfies.
– Images all have AirSelfie logo. Not sure how to remove it (or if it can be removed).
– Need to remove the protective rubber bumper to recharge the battery within its power bank. However, the quadcopter flies just as well without the bumper in case it is lost.
– It is pricey for its current capabilities. Hopefully future firmware updates might correct some of the above issues (such as improve position hold, remove AirSelfie logo)?
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