JJRC H47 Elfie 720p HD FPV G Sensor Folding Camera Drone Flight Test Review
This folding HD selfie camera drone comes with a controller that greatly eases flying. The controller makes it very easy to manually produce follow me style selfie videos. Find it here and use coupon code rc18off https://goo.gl/3dCsi8 also find spare batteries here https://goo.gl/tJVyfm
– Comes with a very nice travel case for the quadcopter and all its needed equipment.
– 720p HD camera video can be viewed as FPV in real time on your phone.
– All arms easily fold for transportability.
– Altitude hold, one key return, and headless mode.
– Bright front LED’s to aid in orientation.
– Good flier, nice and steady for aerial photography.
– Can be controlled either via its provided controller or via the JJRC app available on Google Play here https://goo.gl/13u9AZ iTunes here https://goo.gl/sVjWSY
– Selfie videos and photos can be easily accomplished by flying the quadcopter om headless mode while using the G sensor controller. It’s so easy to control it with its controller that you can actually simulate follow me type selfie videos.
– Replaceable 3.7V 500mah battery gives flight time close to 5 minutes flight time. Cheap spare batteries are already available for this here https://goo.gl/tJVyfm
– G sensor controller beeps when in headless mode.
– Controller does not have a camera activation button. Instead you’ll need to start and stop video using the JJRC app.
– As the quadcopter’s battery gets weak, control via the G sensor control becomes sloppy.
– Proprietary battery (although it’s a cheap battery, and already available for sale).
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