Good looking highly visible waterproof quadcopter the GPToys F51C. It flies good and has great features, but mine had very limited range, so I would keep it in close.
Waterproof, I didn't try it, but you could fly it in the rain, Ive seen people dunk it in a fish tank and ponds, its very durable, I crashed mine into a cornfield and it had to sit out there for 24 hours before we found it back. Zero damage!
All the functions worked, flips, rolls, headless, return to home, lights, all did well.
- Two batteries
- Battery charger charges two batteries at once
- Included SD card
- Included bag to carry quad and parts
- Spare props
- Camera has sound
- Camera is at a down angle, so only useful if really high, but radio
range isnt very far, so cant get high enough to use it
- Range was very short on mine
- Had a prop fly off on the maiden, make sure to push them on when
you first take it out of the box.
- No altitude hold
92-100W HD camera: official pixel up to 200W, offers you clear and bright aerial pictures and videos.
Waterproof function: with the waterproof airframe, panel, motor and camera, so the F51C is not afraid of falling into the water, but also can take pictures and videos under the water.
With headless mode: no need to adjust the position of aircraft before flying.
One key automatic return: you can call back your quadcopter quickly and safely.
Here is a fun little pocket rocket at Gearbest! The JJRC H32GH is a blast to fly! Probably one of the best mini quads I've flown to date, it has a solid feel, sticks are proportionate all the way across the board, makes for much smoother flying. Altitude hold works great, the FPV camera has great quality, footage recorded is pretty nice, it even has sound!
The lights look great, the flips and rolls are awesome, tight, fast, no altitude or heading loss. Adjustable rates are a nice feature, I like them around 75%, goes pretty fast yet is very easy to fly still. The flying portion of the video will demonstrate how great this quad is.
The FPV screen works well, everything is very simple to setup and use, the biggest complaint is that the camera is level. Quads really need a camera pointed up a little bit, otherwise in forward flight all you see is the ground, and that makes it difficult to fly via FPV only.
I hope you enjoyed my take on the JJRC H32GH quadcopter, here is a list of what I thought were PROs and CONs, dont forget to like, comment and subscribe for more! Thank you.
Flying at 5:22
- Camera footage is good quality
- 5.8G FPV
- Included FPV Screen with receiver!
- Nice radio, can adjust rates to suit your flying
- Great looks
- Flies amazing, very proportionate to the sticks, no mushy spots off
Posted by JohnVH |
Aug 04, 2016 @ 12:57 PM | 777 Views
Pretty awesome, run out of the box 250 size racer setup! http://goo.gl/idKrmF
Comes with everything, RTR quad, spare props, 6 channel Flysky TX, 7" FPV monitor, a 3s 1500 mah battery, and its even already bound up!
Here is the unboxing and the flying portions of the review, hope you enjoy!