RC Leading RC111 Altitude Hold Micro Camera Drone Flight Test Review
This micro quadcopter includes altitude hold and a 2MP 720p camera with wide angled lens. Find it here http://shrsl.com/?~cx19
The camera actually takes nice video. Combine that with its compact size, and this might make a nice backpack quadcopter, or even fanny pack ;-). Come along for a flight as I go dancing with crows. Well really ravens, and a hummingbird too.
– Nice camera with wide angled lens. Almost jello free video.
– Small and very portable. Take it with you on your next hike.
– Very stable flier that helps to produce stable video
– Comes with a 4GB microSD card and card reader.
– Altitude hold actually works very well helping to provide steady flight.
– Small and lightweight, does not require FAA registration.
– Proprietary battery and related charger.
– User manual was entirely in Chinese.
– With a 2 mega pixels independently video transmission system which can take pictures and records
– Has the functions of 4 channels: Ascend / Descend; Forward / Backward; Left Sideward Fly / Right Sideward Fly; Fast, medium and slow three gears
– Hover and keen operation adopts 6-axis gyro stable system which makes it with easy operation and good stability
– With altitude hold so that the fly can be stable and it is convenient for taking pictures / videos
– Functions: Forward, Backward, Up, Down, Left, Right, left/right sideward flight, 360° Rotation, 360° Roll, Headless Mode, One key Return, 2.0MP camera
Material: ABS + Electronic components
Battery for Quadcopter: 3.7V/ 520mah
Transmitter battery: 4 x AAA battery(not included)
Charging time: About 90mins
Flying Distance: About 70-80M
Flying time: About 6-7mins
Product Size: 8.4*8.4*4cm
Package Dimensions: 37*23.6*7.4cm
Package Weight: 830g
Packing: Colorful Box
Package Content: 1 x RC Quadcopter, 1 x Remote Control, 4 x Propellers, 1 x USB Charging Cable, 1 x 4G SD Card, 1 x Card Reader, 1 x Screwdriver, 1 x User Manual
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