350 QX BNF
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- GPS and altimeter sensors
- SAFE (Sensor Assisted Flight Envelope) technology
- Stick Relativity
- Return Home
- GoProÂ® Compatible Mount (camera sold separately)
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Top Customer Reviews
1) This is not a child's toy. The extra size makes a qualitative change from those little mall 'copters. First, the battery - which is designed to get as much power/ounce as possible, not safety - is much, much bigger, and so stores much, much more energy, meaning it's much, much more dangerous. Second, the props are much larger, much sturdier and have much more power behind them. Running into a mall copter will sting like the dickens, but is unlikely to seriously injure you. These props could take off your fingers at speed.
2) As others have mentioned, Blade recalled the props. You shouldn't get a quad with the olds ones now, but double check: the props should have an engraved B (or possibly C, etc. if they revise them again) on the top of the hub.
Ok, now that that's out of the way - this is simply an amazing quad. It brings capabilities to the hobbyist that (well, weren't - the clones are out now) except for significantly more money, or building a DYI version.
Smart mode - well, I tend to not fly in it. The manual warns that going from smart mode to one of the others "could be a challenge". They failed to note that going the other way - for an experienced flyer - could also be a challenge. Learning to ignore orientation is easy, but the changes as it changes its position relative to me is confusing. However, it makes an incredible "Panic" button. Lose control in the middle of a roll in agility mode? Flip to smart mode and let go of the controls. It'll right itself.
The other interesting thing about smart mode is for use as a camera platform. I've had other so-called camera platforms before.Read more ›
I ordered this over the Chinese competition, for a few reasons.
A. I did not want to give such a large amount of money directly to a Chinese owned company,
B. I did not want to have to TRY and deal with Chinese customer support if I had issues.
C. I did not like the toy looking transmitter of the Phantom.
D. I wanted a real hobby grade transmitter.
C. I wanted to support and American company,
E. I have heard Horizon Hobby customer support is "second to none"
I open up the DX6i transmitter box, and I am happy. It is what I wanted, a big, complicated, computer transmitter that reminds me of my hobby days 15 years ago. I feel like it is a precise tool, not some toy. Inversely, I open up the box on the 350Qx, and am not so impressed. It is smaller than I imagined, and has kind of a cheap feel to it. The light weight, brittle plastic body is someone flexible, and two of the motors make clicking sounds when you spin the props(rotors).
I watch a couple videos online to see how to program the transmitter for the 350qx, and I am flying it in about an hour.
SMART MODE: The Smart Mode does what is says, by making it so you don't have to remember what direction the craft is going. You push the stick to the right and it goes right, regardless of which direction the vehicle is facing.However, in smart mode, it feels like the quad is fighting me. It is sluggish to respond, and doesn't do what I want it to. It flies rough, and you can see that on the video camera.
STABILITY MODE: In Stability Mode, the craft flies like you would expect.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can't believe how pleased I am with this product. I was originally attracted to this product in part to my love of photography. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mark Thompson
Buyer beware do not purchase until they add on a tracker for the blade 350qx. Even on a clear night or day no wind and batteries fully charged I hit the return to home feature and... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great birthday present and with pro camera mounted made for a lot of fun. Easy to assemble and fly straight from the box.Published 23 months ago by Tim
This is really easy to fly, but not at all compatible with the GoPro camera. If using the GoPro Wifi, be prepared for a flyaway. Controls on same 2.4 freq as Wifi. Read morePublished on April 24, 2014 by T. S. Conner
Best quad I have ever flown. I will be getting a Go Pro camera to use on the Blade 350Published on April 3, 2014 by Lyle Fuller
Quadcopters are still relatively new, and because of that, the prices are way over the budget of most of the middle class. Read morePublished on March 18, 2014 by kkrome25
I bought this quadcopter specifically to do what is shown in all of the marketing materials, that is fly it with a GoPro Hero3 camera and take airborne video. Read morePublished on March 2, 2014 by Joe Richard Pellicciotti
Just arrived via fedex with no damage, took a little longer to get up in the air then i thought meaning my living room BC it was rainning when I got it, I followed the manual to... Read morePublished on January 11, 2014 by Corey