Walkera Voyager 3 Dual-Navigation RC Quadcopter FPV With 4K Camera DEVO F12E RTF
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Battery: 3000 mAh 8S (29,6V) LiPo Battery Flight time: 20-25 minutes Engines: Probably 500 KV as in Tali and Scout Camera: - 1080p camera - on a retractable, removable 3-axis gimbal - with 360 ° view FPV: Integrated 5.8 GHz video transmitter with antenna down Indicator panel on the top with the following LED indicators: - Power to - Binding to the transmitter - GPS reception Ok - Ok barometer - Ok compass, Features: - Ready to fly - 1080p camera - Retractable landing gear - Detachable and unrestricted 360 ° gimbal - GPS and GLONASS dual-navigation (Russian GPS) system - Easy maintenance:only remove four screws around the hood - Control with GCS app and Devo with a remote control possible, even with mutual control over between app and Devo DEVO F12E TRANSMITTER: The first FPV station comes with an overhead screen ! Frequency: 5.8Ghz Display screen: 5 inch Channel: 12CH
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Camera worked only in first flight - overheated after 20min. No chance get replacement.
Ground control system never worked on android platform. Software always crashing.
Return home system not working correctly. Drone back to take-of point and then motors stoped. Drone just faledown from 5 meters hight.
Result broken right arm bracket. Rear skid and video transmiter broken and no chance to get spare parts.
2k $ in garbage. Don't trust walkera.
Buying from Walkera requires doing a bank transfer and no way to protect your payment.
I asked about another purchase and was told that they want me to purchase the Go Pro version.
The unit is plagued with over heating issues
We had the opportunity to test the mini APM flight controller of the Voyager 3, while at the same time took a peek at some of the design changes in 2015. The H configuration look and multiple command flight modes are similar to it's predecessor, the QR X800. In this review I will just highlight the changes that is added to this modern quadcopter.
* Dual-navigation system - GPS and GLONASS System, a failover for GPS glitches. Dual sensors were recently introduced on the Pixhawk, so this is a fairly new challenge undertaking by Walkera iUAS. Our initial test went well on our first run with a total 16 satellites immediately after calibration and had good GPS signal throughout the 15 minutes flight.
* Pre-Arm Checks dashboard - this is to make it visually easier to understand instead of a multicolored LED indicator or a series of blinking sequence. The dashboard shows the GPS, Barometer, Transmitter Bind, Compass and Electro-circuit
* A detachable and unrestricted 360°gimbal ultra built-in HD camera or GoPro option. We are still waiting for a beta or production version of the camera to test. A 4k camera is expected.
* 2 operators on two F12e radio transmitter or a tablet - this allows for a pilot and a camera operator to manage a mission together
* On Screen Display (OSD ) or HUD, to assist in FPV flights. This will include all the critical telemetry data such as voltages, home arrow, compass, altitude, speed, all visible on your FPV goggles, transmitters or monitors. You can also change your sensor settings so it vibrates your F12E radio when it reaches 28.3v, to remind you low battery.
* Modular Component Design - to improve on quality, Walkera came up with a modular design, very similar to modern cars. This new design calls for more time to explore so we have not got to it yet but there are a lot of components packed into one area.