DLFPV DL 1060 Micro FPV RTF with Monitor Flight Test Review
This is one of the better RTF beginner’s micro FPV fliers available. Everything you’ll need for FPV flying is included. Find it here (red white version) http://amzn.to/2ytsetj (red version) http://amzn.to/2fEOKYB (black version) http://amzn.to/2wKwjYj and DLFPV main site https://goo.gl/Ffe4qf
– Ready to fly 5.8Ghz FPV flier. Everything needed for FPV flying is included (except 4 AAA batteries for the transmitter).
– Uses 3.7V 430mah LiPo battery with white Losi connector. You should be able to find many similar batteries that will also work with this. Stock battery gives over 5 minutes of flight time.
– 14300kv 720 brushed motors.
– Includes installed 600TVL 5.8Ghz 40 channel 25 mW NTSC/PAL all in one AIO FPV camera.
– Also includes 40 channel 4.3 inch 480*272 pixel FPV video monitor with channel auto scanning capability. Monitor has relatively bright screen that can be used outdoors.
– Has beginner’s altitude hold mode, along with non altitude hold intermediate and expert modes.
– Also has headless mode and flip capability.
– Very good indoor FPV flier with its ducted fan propellers. It does this very well, bouncing off objects while maintaining its ability to fly. However, outdoors the ducts can act like sails in the wind. As such, best flown outdoors on calm days.
– Can pick up accelerometer drift if flown outdoors in a breeze. To correct this drifting, simply land the quadcopter for two seconds to allow the accelerometers to recalibrate.
– No acro mode. All flight modes are 6 axis stabilized.
– No recording capability yet, although it may be incorporated in the future. The recorded FPV video shown in my review was recorded with LS-800D FPV goggles with built-in DVR.
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