This brushless folding GPS drone records 2K video and 4K photos directly to an SD card, avoiding recorded video lag and dropped frames. Find it here with one battery http://bit.ly/ZenK1 , with two spare batteries and handbag http://bit.ly/Zen2Batt, and with three spare batteries and handbag http://bit.ly/Zen3Batt
– Folding drone for maximum portability and protection of the drone during travel.
– Brushless motors.
– GPS with automatic return to home and landing on command, loss of signal, or low battery.
– Optical flow sensor for automatic indoor hovering.
– Headless mode and altitude hold capability.
– 2K video and 4K photo recording. Files are recorded directly to an onboard micro SD card. A phone is not necessary for video or photo recording.
– Wide angle lens with remote up/down control of the lens. Can view any angle from approximately 10 degrees up to 90 degrees down.
– FPV Go app provides real time FPV video and sharing capability. The app also includes electronic video stabilization, 50X digital zoom, gesture control, circle and follow me capability.
– 11.1V 2500mah battery provides well over 20 minutes flight time.
– Weighs 501 grams (1.1 pound). Will likely require registration in many countries.
– FPV range somewhat short. Maximum FPV range varied from 100 to 200 meters depending on the phone that I used.
– The FPV Go app requires use of 802.11ac WiFi. Not all phones have this capability. It is very important to first verify that your phone is 802.11ac WiFi capable before purchasing.
– Waypoint feature would not work with the app.
– Activation of the app’s electronic video stabilization can cause severe lag of the FPV video.
– Plenty of video jello.
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