KK10S Folding GPS 1080p FPV Camera Drone Flight Test Review
This long flying follow me GPS drone comes with a nice carrying case and also has circle and waypoints capability. Find it here https://goo.gl/Vv7Md6 .
– Nice travel case to take your drone with you while traveling.
– Folds up to very compact size.
– GPS/GLONASS with automatic return to home and landing on command, lost signal, or low battery. The drone does very accurate return to home landings for a beginner’s drone.
– The drone has two levels of low battery return to home to protect beginner pilots. At 20% remaining battery power, the drone will return and limit the range of flight below 15 meters. At 10% remaining battery power, the drone will land at its takeoff point.
– 1080p camera with 120 degree wide angled lens.
– Good controller that includes telemetry on its built-in LCD screen.
– FPV and advanced flight modes of circle me, follow me, and waypoints all available through VS GPS app available on Google Play here https://goo.gl/vXQ46x and iTunes here https://goo.gl/5XHKbF
– 7.4V 900mah battery easily provides over 14 minutes flight time.
– Overall a very nice small GPS drone for beginner pilots.
– Uses 802.11ac WiFi for FPV and advanced flight modes. Not everyone has 802.11ac on their phones or tablets. It’s very important to first verify if your phone has 802.11ac WiFi before considering purchase.
– The drone automatically defaults to beginner geofence of 30 meters. You’ll need to manually turn off geofencing using the controller before you can venture further.
– No SD card to record video. 1080p video is instead recorded directly to your phone via WiFi. Expect usual WiFi lag, frozen video, and frame dropping.
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