DJI Spark can’t do this! – Cheerson CX23 – GPS Drone under 250 grams!
DJI Spark can’t do this! The CX-23 is a GPS drone under 250 grams that is packed with features. The new Cheerson CX-23 is quickly becoming a favorite with reviewers and pilots who had the chance to fly this quadcopter. It is sort of like two drones in one. It can be used as an aerial photography drone or flown as an FPV Quadcopter with rich and robust onscreen telemetry. Much like a more expensive long range drone. I say in the video I got a 10 minute flight time, but actually I was getting close to 13 minutes at the end of my testing. You can also fly in GPS mode with features like Return to home, orbit mode, and GPS Positioning. GPS can also be turned off or on. Push the mode button and set to Mode A lets you fly with GPS off in Altitude hold mode. Which is better for smoother filming. It’s actually more than half the price of a DJI Spark and it can be used with any 5.8Ghz Goggles. Which is way cheaper to fpv than buying the expensive DJI Goggles.
After a week of testing this drone I would highly recommend this quad to anyone. Buy one of the Lexar 633x 16GB micro sd cards and you will love flying and recording with this drone. if someone tests out the 500M range please post a link here in the comments. I’d love to see the actual range of this drone. This is a very awesome release from Cheerson. They leveled up with this drone.
Links to the Cheerson CX-23 and other helpful parts for
your convenience :
Link to the Cheerson CX-23 Brushless GPS Quadcopter Bundle here :
Link to the Lexar 633x 16GB Micro SD card I mentioned in the video here :
Note: You can also try a larger 32 or 64GB card. But I am not sure the camera
system will support it. I know it supports the 16GB just fine.
Music in this video used under the Creative Commons Attribution license :
Airport Lounge – Disco Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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