Ei-Hi S911C Huge 2.4GHz 6.5 Channel 6 Axis Gyro LED Light RC Quadcopter UFO with Camera
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3D Full Flight: Various control options for those piloting the S911C Up/Down, Left/Right, Forward/Backward, Leftward flying/Rightward flying, Suspension, 360°flips, Video recording, Photographing Includes: 1 x S911C RC Quadcopter with Camera, 1 x 2.4G Remote Controller (does not include 1.5v AA batteries), 1 x AC Adaptor, 1 x Charge Box, 1 x 2G MicroSD card, 1 x LiPO 3.7V 500mAh Battery, Main Parameter: Size: 410 x 410 x 60 mm Packaging Size: 546 x 368 x 95mm Packaging Weight: 2lb 9.1oz Battery: 3.7V 500mAh LiPO Charging Time: about 120 mins Flying Time: 6~9 mins Controlling Distance: about 30 meters Set up instructions: Step 1. Insert the battery into the quad-copter and plug it in the receptacle. (Make sure battery is fully charged.) Step 2. On the Remote Control make sure the left throttle stick is all down, then insert new batteries and turn on the remote. Step 3. Wait for few seconds to see if both device will sync. You will hear three beep sound when devices are paired. (Proceed to Step 4 if device is not synced.) Step 4. On the left throttle stick, push it all the way up and down quickly. The surroundings could be interfering with the transmitter, We recommend fly the quad in the open area, especially this is a huge size item.
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There is a marked improvement in stability with the "6 axis" over a "4 axis" gyro. Which is nice. It's not a super maneuverable machine, but a stable platform for taking pictures and learning how to fly w/o a crash. Well, it may be fairly maneuverable on full power and with the foam off, but I'm still on beginner settings to limit the speed and damage!
The camera takes "ok" pictures at 1280x960. They are a bit fuzzy, either from the tiny lens or the vibrations of the copter. Video is lower res, but 30fps. Decent enough, but a HD dedicated camera would be a lot nicer.
It looks like you can take the foam cover off and fly naked, but without lights to tell orientation. And the props are all black, so it would be easy to get confused on directions. That would make it a lot more responsive, but surely not for novices.
Oh, the amazon page shows a 300ft range, but the instructions say 30 meters. Or just over 90ft. Big difference. I don't know which is correct yet, but it did lift off from 75ft on a quick test. If you want to see the video, you need to take out the sd card and use your own micro adaptor as they don't supply either the adaptor or a data cable in the box. Those are the minor quibbles found so far after unboxing and one flight.
I flew it in the driveway for a bit and in the living room (trimmed my wife's Easter cactus a little). Overall, I think it flies nicely and pretty stable on hover. My wife really likes these toys (we're in our sixties) so I got her one too. She was pickled tink.
Update once we get into spring, if ever.
Easy to fly right out of the box. The "flip" option on mine doesn't work but maybe this one is too big to do that. My kids have the smaller one. The flip makes theirs do a barrel roll.
Also to be please advise instructions in Engrish are. Thank you.
Hiloavenue sent me a new Drone free of charge!!! So far this new one is working fine, have not had a chance to truly try it out due to weather conditions but I lifted off in my house a little with it. Just wanted to comment on the honesty hiloavenue showed by sending me a new working unit!! THANKS!