JJRC H27WH Firefly Altitude Hold FPV Drone Flight Test Review
This altitude hold FPV camera drone includes a single axis stabilized gimbal with remote tilt control. It can be flown with its provided controller, or using your phone. Find it here https://goo.gl/twB5Tf
Uses Flyeye app, available on Play https://goo.gl/8s2cnr and iTunes https://goo.gl/HwG1CN
– Camera is mounted to a single axis gyro stabilized gimbal. Gimbal can also be remotely tilted up or down.
– Although it comes with a controller, it can also be flown using a smartphone and the Flyeye app.
– Includes WiFi FPV allowing viewing of real time in-flight video, along with recording of its in-flight video directly to your phone.
– Starts an automatic descent when flown out of range.
– Includes altitude hold, one key return, and headless mode to help new fliers.
– WiFi video range is short at about 30 meters.
– Although it includes altitude hold, it does not include auto takeoff or landing.
– Lots of jello in recorded video.
– Flyeye app crashed during this flight.
– Land immediately upon LVC warning, as the quadcopter will drop from the sky if you ignore it.
– Requires FAA registration.
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