For this post, I am going to talk about drones and my experience with them. So far, I haven’t had a single bad experience with drones, and I own two of them. That means that there is a higher chance that I’m eventually gonna wreck one of them, or get them lost in a tree, or get them shot down by my neighbors with Airsoft guns. And when that day comes, it’s gonna stink, but so far, the skies have been clear for me.
-can do flips
-does not have a camera
-looks really cool
-kind of small.
-3 speed settings
-responsive and easy to fly
-bottom facing props
Now, I would not normally expect much from a smaller micro drone, but this one works really well. I guess the company “Propel” really known what they’re doing.
Holy Stone FPV X400c
-can do flips
-moderate flight skills needed
-has a live camera feed (could use some work)
-headless mode included
-smartphone wifi pairing with the camera for live feed
The controller itself is another thing:
-it has a button to take off and land
-you cannot take off manually, which is annoying sometimes
-you can land manually, and frankly, I would, because I really don’t trust the auto-land feature.
-flips at the touch of a button
-good flight range
This drone has a camera, which is pretty cool. I have gotten some nice photos and videos from the air, and the flips are really smooth too. Now keep in mind that this drone is a lot bigger than my other one, so it can fly faster and farther.
The Batwing: 45-50 minutes to charge, and 6-7 minutes of flight time, depending on the speed settings.
Holy Stone X400c
60 minutes to charge, 6-7 minutes of flight time.
Photos and Videos
These are some nice pics I took at sunrise and sunset. The Sunrise was on a particularly foggy and rainy day morning.
And so I’ll leave this post with a video of the Camera drone doing flips.