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Posted by quadcopter277 | May 29, 2017 @ 11:09 AM | 3,680 Views
The Cyclone nano drone is a drone for new learners, it has all the features that a beginner toy grade drone should have. The most impressive thing about this drone is that it is very stable.

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This drone has a seven minute flight time, it is common for all toy grade drones to have a seven minute flight time. It has full manoeuvrability with up, down, forwards, backwards, left and right movements. It takes this drone about 30-40 minutes to fully charge, this drone can capture videos and still images. It comes with a lithium polymer battery and the transmitter needs 4 AA batteries which are not included.

The advantage of this drone is that it is very stable first time I flew this drone I thought it will be vary tricky to fly but straight of the box this drone is capable of staying still perfect for beginner. This drone can can take 720p video and pictures. If you want to use this drone for its performance instead of video recording or for recreational flying this drone can ascend 7M/s and the maximum descend speed is 15M/s. This drone is best used indoor as you can manoeuvre it quickly and easily through corners. This drone includes a one key return function but it is not very precise as this drone does not have a GPS function. Finally this drone is very durable, I gave my cousin to play with is and he crashed it many times but the drone worked perfectly.

The disadvantages of this drone is is only 50g so if you play with is outdoor than you will find it really difficult of control it as the wind will destabilise the drone.The only bad thing is that it is overpraised. I think that is it for the disadvantage as it is an excellent flyer.
Posted by quadcopter277 | Dec 03, 2016 @ 12:53 PM | 3,226 Views
EACHINE E10W Mini Wifi FPV drone
The EACHINE E1OW is one of the best FPV drone it has all the features a beginner drone should have. It provides something extra, it is an FPV drone, a quadcopter being 32*32*22mm containing FPV is great.
The drone weights about 15g
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There are many advantages of having this drone some are; it's is a great flyer if you are new at flying drones I recommend this drone to you as it is extremely stable because of its 6-axis gyro, so there will be no trouble flying this drone; this drone is also compact 32*32*22mm which means you can fly this drone indoor without any problem, this means if you live somewhere where it often rains then this drone is best for you; it comes with FPV, although many drones come with FPV only few come at a price range of (30-40) because it comes with an FPV, if you have a VR headset then you can connect your phone to the drone and you can see the image in virtual reality headset;this drone can be controlled by your phone this allows you to take it anywhere without worrying about the transmitter as your phone can be the transmitter; the most impressive feature of this drone is the no head mode it will help you a lot if you are a new learner because you will not need to worry about which way is the front of your drone; finally the mobile phone app functions a status of gravity sensing so if you turn it on the done will move the direction you point you phone, but it needs some improvement in that function.

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Posted by quadcopter277 | Feb 07, 2016 @ 04:07 PM | 4,856 Views
The Yi Zhan Tarantula X6 is a great quadcopter. It has a lot fun of features that a normal toy grade quadcopter should have.
I think this quadcopter is very fast and stable because it includes 6 axis gyro stabilization system which is common now for a quadcopter. There are three versions of this quadcopter available;
The quadcopter with a one transmitter.
The quadcopter with a 2 mega pixel camera and one transmitter.
The quadcopter with a 5 mega pixel camera and one transmitter.

This quadcopter is really aggressive, by looks and by performance. It can do a 360 flip which is now common with toy grade quadcopter but this quadcopter can stay vary stable even after multiple flips.

There are three modes you can switch to:
40% - Beginner mode
60% - Intermediate mode
100% - Expert mode

The quadcopter also has a headless mode which is basically a method implemented on a drone that allows you to give up worrying about orientation altogether. To activate this you press the compass type button on the remote controller. To tell you that the orientation mode is ON the controller will beep every 1 or 2 second.

The disadvantage of the Tarantula X6 is that it does not have a battery switch so every time you have to charge the quadcopter, you will have to unscrew the battery bay and then take the battery out. When you have to start the quadcopter you will have to plug the battery in and screw the battery bay.

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Posted by quadcopter277 | Feb 07, 2016 @ 03:42 PM | 4,319 Views
Today I am reviewing the Hubsan X4 H107C. This is micro camera drone.
The key feature of this quadcopter is that it has a 0.3MP camera inbuilt this small quadcopter. This is a toy grade quadcopter so it will have some of the key features that mainly all toy grade quadcopter will have. It can do 360 flips that is now very common in toy grade quadcopter.

This quadcopter comes in three different colours:
1. Black with red stripes
2. Black with green stripes
3. Red with silver stripes

The package includes:
1 x Quadcopter
1 x Transmitter
4 x Blade
1 x Wrench
1 x Battery
1 x USB Charging Wire
1 x Manual

It can fly outdoor and indoor. I won't recommend flying this outdoor in high winds because after all it is a small quadcopter.

I think that this quadcopter is made for people who goes to a park and want's to take a video of them or people who wants to play or even their dog.
The camera quality is really good. For 30 to 40 you can't expect more.
The quadcopter is more stable than I thought it will be because of 6 axis system with adjustable sensitivity.

The box is what you expect with small quadcopter.
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The disadvantage is that it is really difficult to maintenance. The motors can be damaged.
The really irritating thing is that once you remove the propeller it will become loose and may come off in mid-flight and the quadcopter will fall like a rock.
Finally the flip sequence can take time to get use to because it can only be used in expert mode.

The transmitter includes two modes normal beginner mode and Expert mode.
This quadcopter has a Coreless Motor which is common in small quadcopter like the Hubsan X4 H107C.

The transmitter is a 2.4 GHz transmitter with a control range of around 70 to 80 m
The transmitter takes 4 X AAA battery.
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The quadcopter weights around 50g.
And as you can see that the quadcopter is relatively small.

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This is the battery bay.
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Here is the USB Charging Wire. You can charge the quadcopter with your computer or any USB slot charger.

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This is the 520mAh Li-Po Battery

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