XK X250 – A 5.8 Ghz FPV Drone Flight Test Review
This 5.8 Ghz FPV quadcopter should be a good trainer for those eventually intending to fly FPV racers. This FPV drone has relatively good control and FPV video range for a toy grade quadcopter. Find it here with $70 flash sale (expires mid Feb 2016) http://shrsl.com/?~b6gy
– Good 150 to 200 meter range of both this quadcopter and the FPV video makes this a great FPV trainer. Although it does not have altitude hold, it is a realistic intermediate trainer for those intending to transition to FPV racers (they don’t have altitude hold either ;).
– Records in 720p FPV (although with some jello).
– Does not require FAA registration.
– Advertised features of “high precision air pressure needle to fix height”, and “fail safe function” appear not to have been implemented in this aircraft.
– The screen is relatively dim with no brightness control. You will need to fabricate a good sunscreen to make it visible outdoors.
And here is its flight demonstration
Item No.: X250 – A
Copter Size: 19.4 x 19.4 x 6.6cm
Charging Time: About 60min
Flying Time: About 12min (I got about 5 minutes with recording)
Gyro: Built-in 6 Axis Gyro
Motor: 8520 Coreless Main Motor
Camera Pixel: 2-mega-pixel
Control Distance: About 200m
Copter Battery: 3.7V 780mAh 20C Li-po removable battery
Control Battery: 6 x 1.5V AA Battery ( Not Included )
Function: Up / Down, Forward / Backward, One Key Automatic Rollover, Turn Left / Right, with Light, Low Voltage Alarm, Hover, FPV, Headless Mode, One Key Automatic Return
Age: Above 14 years old
Night Flight: Yes
Material: Electronic Components,Plastic
Remote Control: 2.4GHz Wireless Remote Control
Channel: 4-Channels (pitch, roll, yaw, throttle)
Mode: Mode 2 (Left Hand Throttle)
Package Contents: 1 x Quadcopter, 1 x Transmitter, 1 x English Manual, 1 x Battery, 1 x FPV System, 1 x Holder, 1 x USB Cable, 1 x Screwdriver, 1 x Camera, 4 x Propeller, 1 x 4GB SD Card, 1 x Card Reader
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