ELF II - VR Drone WITH HD Video Streaming Nano Drone Controlled by smartphone 6 rotor drone
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- A small portable palm-size selfie drone can be charged with a charger pal.
- Smart-phone control with gesture interaction , No need of remote control, touch the app on your mobile then it can fly.
- Support one button take-off function, altitude hold function.
- With 1MP HD camera,720P video recording Support real time shooting videos, taking pics and social sharing,Support Virtual Reality 3D FPV
- Package Included: 1 x ELF II - VRDrone(included battery) 1 x USB Charger Cable 4 x Blades 6 x Motor 1 x manual
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ELF II-VRDrone is a mini selfie drone controlled by smartphone. It is ultra-portable, safe and easy to you.Multiple creative designs make ELF the most professional toy drone. With it, you can enjoy multi-rotor drone, virtual reality and VR fight experience. ELF releases your hands by using smartphone-based gesture control mode, with the G-sensor integrated. Carrying 720P HD Wi-Fi camera, ELF takes amazing selfies and allows social sharing in real time. VR mode lets you enjoy the 3D first-person view(FPV). ELF II is an easy, intelligent, selfie, mini, duarable drone which is our super recommend.
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|Item Dimensions||4.72 x 5.12 x 1.18 in||0.91 x 5.31 x 2.56 in||4 x 14.4 x 13.75 in||12.2 x 12.2 x 2.17 in||8.66 x 8.66 x 2.75 in||1.9 x 1.9 x 1 in|
|Item Weight||0.88 lb||—||4.1 ounces||0.95 lb||3 lbs||0.6 lb|
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I was an ignoramus and ordered one of these Version 2 drones,surely they had learned and improved the mechanics and thouhgt I could learn how to repair or upgrade my version 1 and get them both flying. Boy was I wrong.... This one also arrived non functional with pretty much the same issues. SO lets list them:
1. 2 out of 6 motors will not spin up to operational speed, but not the same 2 motors each time. This is a MAJOR flaw with the power distribution module.
2. If all 6 motors miraculously spin up to operational speed, the Drone is two heavy to acheive an altitude of more than 3-4 feet. Excessive weight is due to poor choices in equipment and material. Taking the body cowl off (and eliminating the need for a velcro strap to hold it on, because it would weigh less if they molded a clip and clasp into body/cover) enough weight is removed to gain another foot or so in altitude.
3.Choice in electronics was, to say the least, poor. The drone boasts a 720P camera and WiFi FPV streaming. upon closer inspection and testing I found that the camera is actually a 480i with support hardware to on board upscale to 720p, a cheaper but heavier solution instead of using a straight 720 camera. Furthermore, the camera system needs a secondary controller to duplicate the video signal and broadcast the FPV signal via WiFi. the control of the drone is actually done via Bluetooth to your phone, which is and never has been mentioned, addressed or explained by the manufacturer.
4. Motor choice is also consistent in the failure department. Other Drones using brushed DC motors (again, the cheapest and sub industry standard choice) ramp prop speed up to compensate for poor motor speed by using gearing. ElecFreaks have attached the props directly to the motor, no collet or other way to secure the props to the motor, just press fit. This results in low RMP that barely provides lifting thrust and Props that willingly throw themselves off the sinking ship that is this drone. I have had several tens of minutes fun looking through the azailias, short grass, compost heap and various other fun and exciting location to retrieve props. I finally super glued them in place, figuring it was easier to cut and file them off then keep searching for them. The props filed a complaint under the Third Geneva Convention, Part 3, Section 3 (Articles 49–57).
5, The Batter is under powered for the amount of components that this drone is attempting to run. I suggest this as the primary cause of failure for most of the above, as a Battery providing twice the raw power may allow enough of the components to function at minimal levels to allow for the remaining issues to be moderately forgiven.