This cheap foldable pocket FPV camera quadcopter can be taken and flown just about anywhere to get those all important selfie shots 😉 Buy it here https://goo.gl/ddUAa0 or here on Amazon http://amzn.to/2pW1CNL and here is the Dobby which this is imitating https://goo.gl/qyZKHP
But take the marketing videos that you may have seen for the JJRC H37 with a grain of salt. This is not a GPS equipped, HD camera, follow me drone like the Dobby. It’s a $42 toy quadcopter, and is equipped accordingly. If you keep this in mind, then you might not be disappointed.
– Foldable and very portable.
– Easy to setup and fly. Especially using G-sensor control with headless mode.
– Tilting lens 720 x 576p camera, and can be flown with the camera pointed toward you using headless mode for those selfie shots.
– It’s relatively inexpensive compared to the quadcopters that it’s imitating.
– This quadcopter does not come with any directions at all in the box 🙁 But it’s very simple to figure out. Just use the above video review to get you started 🙂
– Low resolution 720p x 576 camera.
– There is no microSD card slot on the quadcopter. Video is instead recorded to your phone over WiFi, with resulting lag and freeze issues normally seen with WiFi FPV video.
– No separate controller is available for this. Can only be controlled using WiFi through your phone.
– The official “JJRC” app is not very useful with this quadcopter. Some of the features of the JJRC app are inoperative, most notably G-sensor control. BUT the free and very similar app “WiFi-UFO” does work with this perfectly. “WiFi-UFO” is available on Google Play here https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lewei.multiple.lewei&hl=en and iTunes here https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wifi-ufo/id977558457?mt=8
– WiFi FPV
Its 720P camera allows you to get great selfies effortlessly (again it’s real resolution is really only 720 x 576p, and may actually be interpolated from a 640 x 480p image sensor) . The 100m control distance offers you the awesome bird’s-eye view. (Unfortunately I did not confirm the 100m range, but this would be very dependent on the strength of the WiFi signal from your particular phone)
– Headless Mode
In this mode, the drone flies to any direction you want even though you do not know its orientation.
– One Key Return
After flying the drone for a long time, you can relax a little bit by using this function to make it return to the home point.
– Aerial Show
It is capable of carrying out 360-degree rotations towards various directions with amazing agility.
– G-sensor Control
The G-sensor mode enables the small quadcopter to automatically follow the way you move your smartphone.
Package Contents: 1 x RC Drone, 1 x Battery, 1 x USB Charging Cable, 4 x Spare Propeller
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