SJRC T40 Camera Drone Flight Test Review
This camera quadcopter has one of the most stable beginner rate settings of any toy grade quadcopter. It’s perfect for learning to fly or taking steady aerial video. But select its higher rate setting, and its pitch and power can fight most winds. Find it here http://shrsl.com/?~bfl5
– 2MP video camera.
– Cool looking colors, shiny red on white.
– Four different power mode settings, smooth and gentle flier in first two settings. Perfect for beginners learning to fly, or for aerial video.
– Great pitch, power, and maneuverability in two higher rates. Very good windy day flier.
– Great range at about 120 meters.
– Headless mode and one key return.
– Does not require FAA registration.
– 7.4v battery gives plenty of power. But recommend keeping flps to a minimum as this voltage can hurt the motors from the momentary power bursts applied during flips.
– Camera lens pointed about 45 degrees down. No view of horizon in video, unless you fly backwards.
Control: 2.4 Ghz
Suit Version Type RTF
Remote Distance 120m
Flight Time 10 Minutes
Charging Mode USB Charging
Charging Time 60-90 Minutes
Battery 7.4V 400mAh
Color Red & White
Dimensions (14.17 x 14.17 x 5.12)” / (36 x 36 x 13)cm (L x W x H)
Weight 14.11oz / 400g
Package Includes: 1 x RC Quadcopter, 1 x Transmitter, 2 x Landing Skids, 1 x USB Charging Cable, 1 x Protective Frame, 1 x Screwdriver, 1 x User Manual, 16 x Screws, 1 x 2.0MP Camera
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