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Parrot Bebop 2 Adventurer - Complete bundle with up to 25 minutes of flight time, Follow me, and backpack
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- Includes the new Parrot Sky controller 2 and Cockpit glasses for captivating immersive flight experiences
- Shoot full HD 1080P videos and 14Mpx photos with the built-in wide-angle camera. Footage can be captured in raw, Jpeg and DNG format
- High capacity 2700mAh battery with up to 25min battery Life
- Includes Follow Me and Dronies to capture your best moments in pictures and videos
- Unmatched 3-axis digital stabilization system ensures smooth and stable videos regardless of the drone’s movements
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Change Dimension, Dive Into The Sky
Immersive Flying Sensations
Change Your Point of View
Climb onboard with Parrot Cockpitglasses, an immersive FPV headset. Simply connect to the FreeFlight Pro application on your smart phone and place it into the Cockpitglasses.
Film and Photograph Like a Pro
The Full HD 1080p camera records stunning video footage in flight. The 3-axis digital stabilization system ensures that footage is smooth and clear, no matter how the drone moves in flight.
Download, You are cleared for Takeoff
FreeFlight Pro is a dedicated app for piloting Parrot Bebop, Bebop 2 and Disco drones. The interface was designed for use with FPV glasses and allows you to enjoy total immersion.
All your routes, photos, films and data are saved on the app. You can find them easily and share your impressive adventures with friends and family.
Follow Me - GPS & Virtual Tracking
Be sure to try Flight Director, Flight Plan and Follow Me, three paid features which let you use 100% of your drone’s potential. Finally, log in from your app to have a look at your flight data.
|Parrot Bebop 2||Parrot Bebop 2 FPV||Parrot Bebop 2 Adventurer||Parrot Bebop 2 Power|
|Flight Time||Up to 25 minutes||Up to 25 minutes||Up to 25 minutes||Up to 30 minutes|
|Freeflight Pro App||Included||Included||Included||Included|
|Follow Me function||In-app purchase||In-app purchase||Included||Included|
In the Box
1 Parrot Bebop 2
1 Parrot Skycontroller 2
1 Parrot Cockpitglasses
1 Parrot Bebop 2 Backpack
2 Sets of 4 propellers Parrot Bebop 2
1 Follow-me GPS & Visual Tracking In-App Promo code
1 High Capacity Battery
1 Charger + 2 Cables
1 USB Cable
1 Smartphone/Tablet Stand
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Lightweight (1.1 1b), ultra-compact, and travel friendly with its custom ergonomic Adventurer backpack, Parrot Bebop 2 Adventurer is perfect for the great outdoors.
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Camera has pros and cons. Center line camera with stabilization is great, but number of pixels are limited so it does not have great low light resolution. Stabilization is faster than gimbal. The gimbal adds weight and is highly susceptible to damage in even a minor crash. This is a hobby grade drone, it is not a toy or and entry level drone. It takes a little experience to get the most out of it. It is not an out of the box flyer. This is a flying camera. And with a little prep it will make great aerial videos and photos.
Other quadcopter experience: Blade 350, Chroma, Bebop 1.
This drone may not be appropriate for children or even most teens. In my opinion, this is a product for adults.
I have clocked in over 24 hours of flight time and here is what I have learned:
1. Place bebop2 on flat surface BEFORE turning it on without lifting it. This will set the flat horizon and it will fly level to the ground.
2. ALWAYS calibrate your Bebop2 after charging the battery and BEFORE flying. ALWAYS. LITERALLY ALWAYS (including flat trim). SERIOUSLY!
3. DO NOT fly at night or in the dark.
4. DO NOT fly indoors.
5. ALWAYS use the supplied controller. The WIFI connection is spotty when you only use the phone and it will cut out.
6. ALWAYS make sure the "Return Home" function is GPS active and set it to 10 seconds. If the connection cuts out and it won't reconnect, the drone will return to the STARTING POSITION on its own regardless of height or distance from you.
7. NEVER fly with ANYTHING above the drone. If the signal cuts out it will rise 30 feet straight up before flying back to the starting position.
8. ALWAYS make sure you have enough juice to return home and land it. I usually land it at 15% (its not good to drain the battery anyways).
9. NEVER EVER lose direct sight of your drone. EVER! If something is between you and the bebop2 you WILL lose the connection. Make sure nothing is within 10' of Bebop in ANY direction.
10. NEVER BREAK ANY OF THESE RULES. Your chances of destroying your drone will increase greatly every time you break one.
If you wish to enjoy Bebop2 for a long time then please follow those rules; they where acquired through EXPERIENCE. When flying a drone it is not a matter of IF you crash, but WHEN will you crash. THE MOST IMPORTANT RULE IS TO CALIBRATE BEFORE EACH FLIGHT.
Heres a story of a scary event that happened to me so you learn from my mistake: I was flying bebop at 300' and about 1,000' away from me when the connection dropped due to interference from objects between me and the drone. The battery was draining fast and the "return home" function was not working. I panicked (I figured I had just lost $500) and ran after it thinking that I could reconnect it if I got closer. Some of my friends stayed behind at the starting position. While I was running around Bebop2 decided to return home on its on before the battery cut out (I had no idea because I could not reconnect). When he returned he hit a wire that was about 10' off the ground and Bebop2 crashed to earth. Moral of the story: If the connection drops ALWAYS STAY PUT at the starting point and WAIT.
Why I gave this drone 5 stars:
- Bebop2 is fast! I clocked in ~50ft/s or ~35mph with this thing.
- Bebop2 is dependable and stable. When you fly Bebop with care it will fly perfectly well, it withstands medium winds and remains very still when no wind is present.
- Bebop2 is agile! It can rise quickly at about ~15ft/s and it can turn on a dime!
- Bebop2 is compact! One of the reasons why I chose bebop vs a Phantom was its size. Its much smaller in EVERY aspect.
- Bebop2 is fun to fly! Its speed, stability, and agility makes it much more fun to fly than a Phantom.
- Bebop2 takes good video and it has a "Fish eye" setting! The fish eye setting is my favorite, however, the Phantom does have better video capabilities.
- Bebop2 has range! I have pushed my drone to 400' and have flown it up to 1.2 miles away WITH NO PROBLEM!
- Bebop2 has a ~20min flight time on a one hour charge!
Conclusion: I love Bebop2 and I love flying it. I will admit that there are better drones out there but Bebop holds his own against a Phantom. The best thing that Bebop has going for it is its small footprint. It is small, light, and can be easily transported ANYWHERE. I took my Bebop on an international vacation with NO problems and Zero Bulk. If you're looking for the next step up in drones I recommend a DJI Mavic but Bebop2 is a perfect place to start.
the FPV is very cool with either my iphone 6S or my 6S plus, both work great. The controller is easy to use and I prefer it to using the iphone for controlling the drone. The holder works with my phones and my iPad air 2 which is great. I also purchased the backpack to keep it safe and bought a couple of extra batteries. This exceeded my expectations and I would have to make an effort to crash it. My 8 year old nephew was flying it like a pro first time he tried. I will be buying more Parrot products Great Quality and Design.
Ok, I've been flying this thing pretty much non-stop for 2 weeks now. Here's the impressions and facts:
1. Absolutely no issues out of the box, ready to fly out of the box after first charge-up
2. Rock solid GPS positioning, easiest thing to fly ever - you have to be a complete moron to crash this thing.
3. Takes excellent quality video perfect for YouTubing and home movies, both of which I do a lot of
4. Bulletproof 3-axis video stabilization that is astonishingly rock solid - seriously impressed, can't praise this enough
5. Using a phone or tablet with the SC2, you can go into settings to change the BB2's video quality and flight dynamics
6. The flight control software (FreeFlight Pro) is excellent and beautifully done
7. Excellent autonomous flight software and capability - no such thing as "range limitations", just battery life/flight time limitations
8. FPV goggles turns you into superman, absolutely mesmerizing
9. No gimbals means less weight, better aerodynamics, more flight time, and no video stability failures
10. SC2 and FPV range is phenomenal, flew it out to 500 yards on first flight with full video return in the FPV goggles
11. 30 meter altitude limitation easily changed in settings, took her up to 150 meters (beautiful!), which is high enough for anything
12. Real-time camera exposure setting right on the SC2 (it's one of the dedicated buttons), works WHILE recording - NICE!
13. Fast, quick, and nimble - WOW.
1. Though you can fly the BB2 with just the SC2 with no phones or tablets, do use a phone or tablet so you can calibrate before flight. Consider calibration a must just for safety's sake and also to ensure proper positioning and so you get the BB2 back from a flight, especially of the return-to-home function is used.
2. Though it can fly sideways and backwards, know that you are blind in those directions and you are risking a crash. Only fly in this manner if you are extremely familiar with your surroundings.
3. Never fly between objects such as buildings or through dense trees no matter how god of a pilot you are - your BB2 can lose connectivity with the controller and you will lose/crash it.
4. Make sure you have gone into the settings in the FreeFlight Pro app and made settings for video quality, performance, stability, return-to-home, etc.
5. This product is extremely well designed and works with amazing quality and stability. If you lose or crash the BB2, it's because you did not configure, calibrate, prepare, charge, and/or did something stupid.
6. Parrot knows that if you need a babysitter or somebody to blame for your own stupidity, the last thing you need in your hands is a quadcopter. Don't expect support from them if you did something stupid, and they'll know if you did something stupid.
7. Keep yourself out of jail by reading up on the FAA's rules for UAVs. Fly one of these over Disneyland and you'll be convicted as a terrorist, and a stupid one at that.
Other Product Details:
Comes with 3 complete sets of props in the box
Includes everything other than call phone or tablet
Works with older phones like the Samsung Galaxy S5
Issues I noticed:
1. Battery life of the SC2 can be greatly affected by Android devices due to Androids trying to charge off of everything they plug into - design flaw on Parrot's part, this should have been disabled. Expect an hour of flight time out of your SC2 instead of the advertised 2-3 hours if you're using Android devices. Have not tested if the SC2 can be plugged into a power source during flight to avoid this issue, but a good charge on the SC2 will still last through any single flight.
2. I think the SC2 takes way too long to charge and drains too quickly for only being a two-way radio that is not trying to lift itself off the ground with 4 props and not having to power its own video display.
3. If I charged the BB2's battery until the charger went green, and then shifted the charger to the SC2 to charge overnight, the BB2 battery would be reading near dead the following morning. It seems the BB2's battery can drain itself if left to sit, even if only overnight. It did this to me twice. I still don't have this one figured out yet. Maybe not fully connected to charger properly? But that charger did go green on that battery the night before, only to register as having 3% battery the next morning when i went to fly, forcing me to charge the battery again. Nuts.
4. Very limited storage space for video, which gets eaten up very quickly, especially since the BB2's default setting is to start recording on liftoff. I consider this shockingly low storage space a design flaw, especially in this day and age of microscopic flash storage that can store 250GB+. The bebop 2 has only 7GB of built-in storage. Make sure to copy all video off of the drone and wipe the storage at the end of every flight. Note: There is a Bebop 2 modification that can be found on YouTube to help you upgrade/overhaul the storage, but should only be accomplished by the sufficiently tech-savvy.
5. I have to hit the Bebop 2 for video quality. Though it records in 1080, the actual quality of the video is more along the lines of 720. The Bebop 2 is using a 2K camera in the nose and cropping it down to a digitally-selected small portion (1080) of the image. You are in effect dynamically cropping the edges of a 2K image to "look around". If you really want to see what it's actually doing, throw the BB2 into "fisheye" mode, and you'll understand. Like I said above, the output quality is good enough for YouTube videos on a computer screen, but you'll see the lack of true 1080 quality on a large TV screen. Consider this a quadcopter that produces 720 resolution video stretched to 1080. Good enough for my needs, but just barely, and not even close to being a replacement for my handheld Panasonic V770 camcorder.
Solid 5 stars for a near-perfect, amazing, rock solid drone that puts the big boys to shame outside of not shooting 4K video. The Bebop 2 proves that every other drone out there is ridiculously overpriced.
Bonus: Sending my money to France instead of China is a refreshing and welcome change.
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