Fat Shark FPV Drone Racing Kit Vehicle
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- Includes high quality, wide field-of-view Recon goggles
- Includes durable, beginner micro quad
- Includes a simple radio that works with the quadcopter, online simulators and other, custom quads
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A full kit for learning to fly drones FPV. Includes a radio, headset and Quadcopter. Each component is upgradeable as you grow into drone racing.
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One Star is only for the nice Shark design. Sopport - no star / Flight performance - no star / Additional features (flight simulator) - no star / happy owner - no star
Note that this is not a stable platform like the DJI Mavic, that will give you stunning, high resolution photography the first time you fly it. Instead, this is an agile, fast, maneuverable drone, suitable for racing or acrobatics. It seems unlikely that anyone could pick this up and naturally have the skills to fly it right out of the box (hence the recommendation to start on the simulator). The reward is in developing the skills to make it fly through a tiny hoop and do flips, and the thrill of feeling like you are at the wheel of a jet fighter. So, if you are looking for something easy, try the Mavic. If you are looking for a fun challenge, this is the right kit.
Be warned that the Fatshark 101 is a gateway drug. This is an introduction to a hobby that will force you to develop familiarity with electrical engineering and computer programming to spend hours tweaking and customizing. Eventually, you will decide that you need to upgrade everything and buy more quads in different sizes. Think of this like a starter set of golf clubs.
By Lydia on July 21, 2020
The FPV Goggles cut the top my nose repeatedly until I put a piece of weather strip foam in place.
The batteries only last 3-4 minutes at best.
Range for the Goggles is pretty poor. My experience was 50 to 70 feet in a large open warehouse until you get lines on the screen, much worse through walls.
So some drawbacks but still a good Entry Level FPV Drone.
If you buy it, do yourself a favor and get extra props and batteries.
The simulator code said it had already been used but I emailed customer support and they had a new code for me within 24 hours of my opening the box.
For a novice like me I can't imagine a better starter kit! This feels very carefully designed by pros who understand what a newcomer would need to start flying and keep flying!
Inside the house, I can't see from one room to the next.
Outside, front yard only amd from front door to mailbox I will drop signal.
Blades have held up, butbhad a motor fail, with less then 3-4 hours total flight time.
Too fast, big for indoor living room style flying
Better suited for outdoor speed, but no range to back it up.
Goggles are good.
Controller is nice size and familiar. BUT FLYSKY will not be my radio of choice, so I may only ever use it on my simulator.
Overall, simulator is a better trainer, I would go a different direction if I was to start over, or if making beginner recommendations