MJX Bugs 6 Full FPV Racer Version Flight Test Review
This FPV quadcopter is specifically designed and intended for those wishing to transition to FPV racers. BUT NOT FOR BEGINNER FLIERS due to its size, weight, and power. Find it here https://goo.gl/6eCZRj
Recommended for intermediate fliers who already have the needed skills of forward translational flight and turning, and also maintaining quadcopter orientation by movement alone.
The difference between Bugs 6 Full FPV (with camera, monitor, and goggles) and Bugs 8 is the shape of the top cowling, and that the user must install the C5083 camera themselves (vice already installed in the Bugs 8).
– Full 250 sized racer drone. Good introduction to 5.8Ghz FPV flying.
– 1806 1600 KV brushless motors, with 10 A ESC’s. ESC’s have motor lock protection to stop the motors should propellers be blocked (such as in a crash).
– 7.4V 1500mah battery.
– Includes an all-in-one 8 channel (Band C) 500mW 5.8Ghz FPV camera with built-in 720p DVR.
– 32 channel FPV monitor, and goggles system.
– Up to 300 meter range possible with its controller transmitter.
– Telemetry warning of control signal strength and low voltage. The quadcopter’s transmitter/controller will beep if received signal at the quadcopter becomes weak, or if the quadcopter’s battery level becomes low.
– I don’t know what it is, but with the camera installed, the Bugs 6 seems to be significantly tamer than the Basic Bugs 6 without camera. Maybe the added weight, or the power requirement of the camera, or both are degrading flight performance?
– “Not for beginner fliers!” Beginners trying to fly this will hurt themselves, hurt others, hurt their dog/cat, damage property, break/lose their quadcopter, get sued, create enemies, cause that little old lady next door to call the cops on you, or all of the above. Beginners, strongly recommend that you start with a safe, lightweight, and durable drone to make mistakes with and learn what not to do, such as the Syma X5C https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y93vzA-KRlM
– No carbon fiber components for impact strength in crashes. Nearly an all plastic quadcopter.
– Full manual (stabilized) flying with no headless, one key return, or altitude hold available.
– Only six axis stabilized flight possible. No acro, or horizon mode, and no possibility of modifying flight parameters of the flight control board.
– FPV camera has only eight transmission channels (FPV Band C). However, the camera will work with other FPV goggles capable of receiving Band C.
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