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A Syma S5SW
Go to this site and download the "syma fpv android apk". Install it on your android. With the quadcopter on and camera plugged in, turn the WiFi on you android on.… see more Go to this site and download the "syma fpv android apk". Install it on your android. With the quadcopter on and camera plugged in, turn the WiFi on you android on. Go into the WiFi settings on your android and search for a WiFi signal with the name starting with "FPV WIFI". Connect to it. After, open the syma fpv app on your device. You should now be seeing what the camera is seeing. see less
By Kyros Nox on September 17, 2017
Yes, the camera broadcasts over Wifi to your smartphone. I was able to get my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to connect to the Wifi, but did not see video. My Samsung Galaxy Note 2 worked as designed first try. The problem is clearly the "Syma FPV app". Check the reviews on the Google Play Store for your specific model phone to… see more Yes, the camera broadcasts over Wifi to your smartphone. I was able to get my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to connect to the Wifi, but did not see video. My Samsung Galaxy Note 2 worked as designed first try. The problem is clearly the "Syma FPV app". Check the reviews on the Google Play Store for your specific model phone to see if it works. see less
By Andrea on November 26, 2017
about 5-8 minutes
By Nikkita on October 5, 2017
No, it streams video via wifi to your device of choice. Look at the x5c for an SD slot
By Joey on December 26, 2017
Pilots flying drones over .55 lbs need to be registered. This one is under .55 lbs so the pilot can fly unregistered.
By Thomas Maxey on December 16, 2017
Some one on this thread said that it weighs 0.26 pounds. In my experience, this is not an out of doors aircraft in that it is too light and under powered to withstand any amount of breeze. It cannot maintain it's position in a low altitude hover if there is any winds at all. Mine was blown away never to be seen agai… see more Some one on this thread said that it weighs 0.26 pounds. In my experience, this is not an out of doors aircraft in that it is too light and under powered to withstand any amount of breeze. It cannot maintain it's position in a low altitude hover if there is any winds at all. Mine was blown away never to be seen again. Keep yours indoors. see less
By Richard Walker on August 13, 2017
We purchased a black one that came with black accessories. We purchased other accessories separately (rotors, landing gear) in different colors, including glow in the dark.
By Michael D. on May 8, 2018
No. You have to actually fly it. Best to learn how to fly one of these "toys" before a fancier model that includes the features you are inquiring about.
By Rob S on May 7, 2018
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January 19, 2018
Well, they say third time's the charm, and in this case they were right. I bought this at the beginning of December for my son who was turning 16 on December 22nd. The first one took a nose dive to the right, every time he tried to fly it. The second one blew a motor the second time he flew it. The one we are on now seems to be doing fine. Now, I have not personally flown it, nor do I understand anything other than, it's a quad copter and my son loves it. I specifically picked one because he had never flown one before. I would say it's a great starter, and I love that he can see it's point of view through his phone. Super cool!
By Michael D.
January 5, 2018
Bought this quadracopter for my 11 year old son for Christmas. So far it has exceeded my expectations. The product is packaged very nicely so it looks great as soon as it is opened. There is some assembly required but it was pretty simple, only took a few minutes. The directions included aren't a great translation but they are still clear enough to follow easily. After a very brief instruction I handed the controller to my son, he figured out the controls very quickly. It flies really well and is very easy to control. After flying it several times throughout the day he had gotten quite good at it. The WiFi video feed was my biggest concern, I was pleasantly surprised. The unit paired easily to the IPhone and the App is very simple and straightforward. The video as it flies is quite clear and I did not experience any buffering or skipping. We haven't tried taking a video yet but snapped off a few nice aerial pictures of our house. Like most of the reviews say, you will want to buy extra batteries. I bought 2 more and may want to get a couple more. The flying time is fairly short so it is nice to have batteries ready, they are very quick to change. The time to charge them is lengthy so that is where you want to have extras.
January 2, 2018
Great to learn with. Use propguards till ready. Fly over grass to prevent concrete smacks. The headless mode is great to prevent you from losing your quad if to cant tell front from back at distance. The video has a slight jello quiver but its good for fpv at this price. You can upgrade the camera but its not worth it when you can buy the quad that goes with it. Ive flown it high and far till its just a speck and got lost in which way was forward. I switched to headless mode n bought it back. There is a 6 battery n charger deal out and an upgraded battery. Both are worth it. Theres new 3 bladed props out that make it fly smoother n faster. Good introductory quad. Later buy another set of motors because when one goes out its useless. Dont b afraid to patch this up yourself. I tried this with a offbrand wifi cam velcroed to the bottom and got great results. At 55 bucks you can try stuff...take some risks and not feel like you busted the bank if you crash. It does flips and youtube has a wealth of stuff for whatever you want to try. Avoid getting close to trees. Once your hung up in one may sit there a while. Next i hav to learn how to make those video inside a video flight recordings.
January 2, 2018
Great little starter drone, it was my first as an entry into the hobby. It has sustained some serious crashes (I have done a range mod, and it can go far enough to barely see it...) and all I have replaced on it is a single motor. I got it stuck in a tree branch on a windy day; had to fight with it to flip out of the branch and one motor must have been caught on the branch. It finally flipped out about 10 minutes later and obviously one wing wasn't spinning from bad motor. I ordered some replacements (actually got the smaller X5 first, then ordered correct X5SW motors as the x5 are 7mm and x5sw are 8mm) and soldered in the new one. It flew Great, right off. The second big crash was from about 300 meters the wind picked up and blew it 3 houses away into their backyard (it crashed upside down, I couldn't see it after wind blew it into backyards).. I went and retrieved it and no issues flew it back home. Bottom line is: It's very sturdy for a beginner to bash, If you do break it any repair part you'll need is less than 12$; and it definitely can teach you fly and have a great time doing it.
By Jesus Barba
December 30, 2017
I don't know why the same model in white color costs more, they both do the same, I had one in white but after crashed behind a fence I lost the drone, somebody tooked, so it is very important to fly this in an open space like a big parking lot, inside a big auditorium like the ones in high schools if you can do it would be the best option to practice since the wind is no problem and no way to lose the drone of course don't do it when there is an event in progress, also I recommend to start practicing your first flights with the headless mode on and the speed to the lowest, with no camera attached, then when you get familiar to control the drone you'll be ready to fly even over the beach !, don't forget to buy extra batteries.
December 28, 2017
Great fun to fly. Good entry level drone. It's very responsive and has plenty of power. The drone itself is great fun to fly and stable in most winds. You have be a little careful in the wind as it's light and gets pushed around a bit. Especially above 10 MPH. If it's windy, I suggest the headless mode as it's easier to control. I can attest to its toughness and durability as I have done my fair share of crash tests. Not intentionally! Initially, I was disappointed in the ability to access the photos and transfer them to my main computer, but I found I didn't have my settings set up properly to allow the photos to be transferred properly. Once I properly set up the settings in my iPhone, everything was fine
December 25, 2017
So far so good. Santa brought one of these to each of my sons. They were easy to assemble. The instructions are poorly organized and translated from the original Chinese. I had to teach myself to fly them before I could let the boys fly them. They are not so easy to control at first so take them to a park a couple of times for practice before flying them in your driveway. Battery life is about 10 minutes per flight. Charge time for the batteries is about an hour. When the drone strikes the groud it will automatically switch from headless mode to standard. You'll have to re-calibrate the drone using the controller again. This isn't cumbersome but kind of a pain to have to repeat.
By Brigitte Engel
December 23, 2017
First: please be aware that this product ships from China and may take 3 weeks to arrive. And, if it malfunctions or breaks, you cannot return it, get it repaired or buy replacement parts. That said, it arrived with all pieces intact, I (middle-aged woman) was able to assemble and get up up and running in 10 minutes. Super fun and the camera is fair quality. Came with two extra batteries and a set of extra wings. Some of the parts are taped to the bottom of the packaging insert which was not obvious.
By Isaac Lyman
December 21, 2017
This is a great starter drone at a really good price. Comes with three batteries. Each one takes about 1.5 hours to charge and runs for 5-10 minutes. Pros: Cheap and fun. Not hard to assemble. Comes with extra propellers. Almost every part is replaceable with the included screwdriver. Cons: This drone does not perform well in wind; even a light breeze will blow it away. We have not yet had a day that was still enough to really put it through its paces. It works well indoors (still drifts a little, but the fine-tuning controls seem to help). It is not easy to fly (I'm a beginner). It supposedly has a "headless mode", but I haven't gotten it to work. I can't get the camera to connect to the app, so FPV, pictures and video are non-functional (I'm hoping to have more success in a remote area with less ambient WiFi signals). The parts are cheap plastic--after only a couple of days (and many crashes) one of the propeller guards is broken.
December 20, 2017
This little thing is awesome. As far as a $50 quadcopter goes, I couldn't have asked for a better beginner drone. It's completely no-frills but flies smoothly, takes decent video, and is tough. I've crashed it a hundred times and still haven't had to replace a part on it yet. I purchased a set of 6 batteries and quick charger after the first few times I used it, as the batteries for these only last a few minutes. Now I get tired of flying before I run out of battery. The camera is not very good but it's decent enough for showing to your friends and family. Video is often shaky, as this very light drone is tossed around by the slightest breeze, but if it's a still day or night you can get some really nice outdoor clips. The only complaint I have is a small one about the controls. The yaw and... strafe, I guess? feel like they should switch places to me. I wish there was a way to change it, but I'm getting used to it. All in all a good purchase that I recommend to anyone looking for an inexpensive drone to play around with before they get to crashing the expensive ones.
December 16, 2017
I got mine stuck in the tree first day I got it. Don't give up and try to get it down. It started raining while I tried getting it down and I did not give up. I almost gave up and ordered a Syma x5c-1, wanted both anyway. I finally got a long pole from my maintenance guy, and after 10 throws up into the tree I nailed it and it fell down. One of the guards cracked, but that was it. I let it dry and charged the battery. I now have a x5c-1 and x5sw. The x5c-1 is easier to fly and control, but just remove the camera from the x5sw and you get the same experience. The camera is heavier on the x5sw than the x5c-1. Hope this helps.
December 6, 2017
This is a great drone for its price. The reasons that I gave it 4 stars are mainly with the experience. When I originally got my first drone (the white SYMA X5SW for Christmas), I was flying it and I didn't know how high I was and where I was in the fly, so I crashed it into a tree and it was stuck there until the snow storm hit the east coast. Another reason why I gave it 4 stars is because one of the motors in my drone randomly stopped working. Since I have two drones, and I am having the same problem with my other drone, I will try to swap motors and take a working motor and replace the non working motor. It's still a great drone and I can highly recommend this product.
December 6, 2017
The SYMA X5SW Explorer 2 is a great little quadcopter! Tons of fun to fly as a beginner or experienced operator. The day it came I took it on 4 flights. The only 2 things I don't like about the X5SW is that outdoor in lite wind it's not able to fly into the wind and the other is it has short range. Other than that it's a blast and for the money you can't beat it ($60 or so). It great for honing your quick control ability. I would have given it 5 stars hadn't it been for the two issues I list above. Hope you enjoy the X5SW as much as I do. --PhillyPhlyer15
July 30, 2017
This is my first quad. I purposely bought it for its lack of automated functions and price. So far it has been dependable and flies predictably. It gets about 5 minutes of flight per battery and is fulfilling its role as a learning platform well. I wanted to learn stick and rudder flying before buying a more sophisticated quad so this was my choice. I have brushed a tree limb and had it drop from about 7 feet onto grass with no damage. It's cons are a very short range, once the battery warning is flashing you need to land immediately, and once it gets out of range it plumits straight down. For the cost, it is a good toy and I would likely replace it if I destroy it.
By Jay G. Henry
June 15, 2017
I was expecting a FPV version of the X5C, but this is a scaled down version of the X8C, and it's great. First, this is a toy, so it needs to be approached as a toy, not a real FPV system. Secondly, if you're running the camera, your range on the quadcopter will only be about 30m. There's a ton of interference created by the camera in 2.4g and it dramatically reduces control range (which is fine!)--the FPV is a little tricky to get everything running, but it works reasonably well, and it's fun to give your phone or tablet to someone as you fly. The delay in image transmission makes it really pretty impossible to pilot the aircraft via FPV, but it's still a fun toy and the streaming video signal is quite strong for such a little transmitter. If you take the camera off, range increases to more than you need, and this is a fun, stable, responsive little quad. It does seem to be a little more prone to the standing vortex effect during rapid decent than other quads. All in all, this is a great toy and trainer for anyone interested in flying drones. I'm going to buy another one.
By The May's
May 31, 2017
My son wanted a drone...well we got his one, I wanted to get one a little larger that felt a little more substantial (and still do) but my wife said NO! Out of choice I Would get one of the parrots but soo much money....Anyway, we purchased this and it's a ton of fun. I'm still getting used to flying this but it is really stable in flight, relatively easy to fly. Video quality is ok too. I'm not going to win any academy awards with my cinematography but the image is clear and it serves the purpose for what we wanted it for. One of the dislikes is the flight time. It only lasts a few minutes on a single charge and then you have to wait until the battery recharges. So in theory this should be a negative but to be fair this is an issue with all drones. The batteries need to be small and light to make it a viable drone. So the draw back is the short flight time, since "small battery=light=short flight time". So the reason I didn't ding it a star or two was the availability of the batteries. I purchased a set of four batteries with charger for less than a pack of "bunny" AA batteries. This now gives us some considerable flight time without having to pay $$$ for it. Replacement parts are readily available, and cheap. There are sites devoted into customizing these little drones with better batteries, cameras, motors and how to increase operating range etc. So when you add all this up it's hard to not give this 5 stars for the money. Get out there and have some fun!
May 4, 2017
The Syma X5SW is very similar to the X5C, but its circuit has been enhanced and the case is thicker to accomodate better the camera and the battery. It is an excellent second-step quadcopter to learn how to pilot one. First one must be comfortable using a non-FPV, then upgrade to an FPV. So often pilots make mistakes in handling and crashing them because of weak 3D visualization (where is really your quadcopter in space). I ordered it in black color, but I found the blade guards were all white, so I grabbed a can of bright black plastic paint and made it all black. A monolayer of paint is enough. It also came with the RC control identical to the X5C but with a smartphone clip holder, a small screwdriver, extended landing legs, a set of spare propellers, and of course, no memory. FPV depends on your smartphone and an app. The IOS app is at the AppStore, but the Android version must be downloaded from the Syma site (www.symatoys.com). Syma does not tell the Android version it will work -too bad-. I tried to install it in an older phone with Android 4.0.3 and the app did not unpack, not matter what you do. I tried to install it in another slightly older phone (Samsung Galaxy S4) with Android 4.4.2 and it installed and worked properly. I also tried an old tablet with Android 4.1.1 and installed it but it does not work all the time. Once the Syma FPV is installed in your smartphone, I got a clear and crisp image (720p) on my phone screen. The app has the options to take a snapshot, to save the video (there is no memory card in the camera like in the X5C), to play it back, and an icon to show the WiFi signal level. You do not control the X5SW with the smartphone, smartphone screen is only your video window; you must use the RC controller. To use the quadcopter outside, I made a shade by cutting a black plastic document folder to cover the smartphone screen (see photo, to the left of the quadcopter), that way it blocks the sun shine and you also must adjust the brightness of the phone's screen. For now, it seems like an excellent choice for next-step beginners. And remember not to operate these quadcopters on top of people, any moment a motor can fail and the plastic propeller can cause an unwanted accident (not as hard as it happened to pop singer Enrique Iglesias!). Always install the propeller guards when using it with people and pets nearby. Will post developments as we use it in real adventures.
By 4 DeFoors
May 1, 2017
This is a great beginner copter. It is very simple to fly and operate. The video on the quad is adequate but you won't be taking wedding photos with it. The linking to the phone is simple and quick. The application which they provide is also user friendly. I liked the weight of the quad. It is light enough to fly inside and also strong enough to fly outside. The parts, motors, guards, batteries etc, are very easy user replace. This copter is EXCELLENT for those younger kiddos who want to fly with Daddy (or Mommy) but aren't as skilled as they need to be for the bigger ones. If they crash (and they will) and something breaks, parts are readily available all over the internet and are very inexpensive.
April 27, 2017
Took awhile for it to just be shipped but then arrived quickly after it was shipped. However; what a great beginner quad drone for the price. It has a lot of professional functions and it's tough. It has already been taking a beating due to my beginner flight skills. The battery has a longer life than expected for being so small. It lasts about 10-15 minutes without the camera plugged in and 5 minutes with the camera plugged in. That is half the time that a $1000.00 drone runs so it's pretty good. I recommend getting extra batteries. Warning! Do NOT fly this outdoors until you are comfortable with all functions and piloting this drone. It does NOT do well with wind present. I have been playing with it outside and the slightest wind will carry it away. If you remove the blade guards( not recommended for beginners), camera and legs, it will do much better. But still gets carried off by any wind. I have almost lost it twice now. If it gets out of range from your controller, it will just keep going. So pay close attention to it. Comes with extra blades. Thank goodness bc you will need them once you have beat this thing up learning how to fly. I have friends with very expensive drones and even they marvel at how well this drone works for its size and price. It's great for indoors and low altitude outdoor operation. Over 20ft up in the air is dangerous and you risk losing it. One gist of wind and it's gone.
April 15, 2017
This is my second quad-copter. The first with a camera. I have a few issues with it, but overall I like it. One issue is the battery - Li-ion - as we all know these type of batteries get extremely hot while in use (discharging), and can combust if not handled properly. The second is flight time. The book says five and a half minutes. I found that if I remove the camera I get over six minutes. The last issue is recharging time - two and a half hours! So I get maybe a five minute flight a day as the USPS will NOT allow the batteries I tried to order in their inept mailing system, therefore I don't have any spares. I am overlooking the bad English translation of the instruction manual which is sometime funny and sometimes confusing. Also, I have an Android phone and had to have an expert unblock the Syma website so I could download and install the WIFI app. Hint; If you have an Android Phone, scan the QR code on the box, NOT the one in the manual. I intend to call Amazon and Cheerwings in the near future to attempt to find out if there is a NiMh battery out there that can power this one as my last quad-copter used those type and they performed very well until one of the irreplaceable motors seized up. Overall, this is a very fun bird to fly, and I intend to fly it a lot more once I get some spare batteries for it. I do recommend it as a first time drone flyer as it is not that expensive. I also recommend getting the spare parts set as well (I am prone to "bumping" into things with it)!
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