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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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By Tejas P.
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By G. Keller
December 23, 2017
bought for friend, he said it works as stated UPDATE: Package arrive after Christmas but stated would be here before that time. I contacted seller (amkooku) and they gave me a refund of $8.00 which will buy a spare battery. This being said, I would buy from this seller again.
By Addison Higley
December 22, 2017
I received this for xmas as a gift. After looking at a number of drones I chose this one because I liked the idea of fpv. I have never owned or piloted a drone before so keep that in mind. SETUP: To set up the drone you must first charge the battery, install AA's into the remote control, attach the landing legs, blade guards, and camera. The camera just snaps in but the blade guards and legs need to be screwed in, and the included micro-screwdriver won't be able to get them all screwed in; it's too big. I already had a set of micro-screwdrivers so it didn't phase me, but if I hadn't had them I think I would've had to buy some before I could fly and that definitely would have irritated me. Keep in mind before buying. Another consideration is that in order to view, take, and record photos one must have a smart phone or tablet with syma's free app installed. The batteries take ~ 130 min to charge offering ~5 min of flight time. The drone can be flown without the camera, to extend flight time by another minute or so, though I've never timed it determine exactly how much more flight time you might get by losing the camera. I would strongly recommend purchasing extra batteries and having them all charged before flying as 5 minutes isn't much time at all. The instruction manual is in broken English, but it can be understood without too much difficulty. Some bits of the instructions require some testing to understand what they mean. For example, the instructions indicate that there are two different modes for flying, 1 and 2 and shows identical pictures for what the two modes do. Trying them both out, mode 2 seems to invert the flight controls (down means up left means right etc.) FLYING: Using some adjuster slides on the controller one can adjust the drones default hover settings. For example if the drone flies forward when hovering without input, you can adjust a slider backwards to compensate. It's also possible to reset the drone's orientation of what is level. After adjusting all these things, the drone did still drift to the right when hovering. Adjusting the sliders more to the left resulted in the drone drifting to the left instead. If the slider adjustment worked in smaller increments you might be able to get a perfectly stable hover. Another thing I've considered doing its putting the drone on a purposely slanted platform and setting that as "level" to compensate this drift but I expect that would be a tedious process with no guarantee of success. What I've done instead is correct for this error with the controls manually. When hovering upwards directing the drone to flight slightly level will result in a perfect hover for me. INDOORS: The above issues make it very difficult to fly indoors without crashing. Additionally the drone has a good deal of get-up-and-go so one must be very light on the sticks if you want to fly indoors but not immediately slam into walls. Indoors the FPV is great, though the camera isn't a fish eye so your understanding of where the edges of the drone are is limited. Imagine having sever tunnel vision and avoiding walking into the edges of things, that's somewhat the experience of attempting FPV flights indoors. It could be that I'm just not a skilled pilot and a more experience one would have far fewer crashes than I do, but even with my beginning piloting flying about inside is still a fun time. I like to try and fly over to and land on various surfaces. A table top is very doable. Flying down the hall and landing in another room via FPV is a real challenge though. I noticed very little, if any, delay in FPV. OUTSIDE: Outside the drift of the drone isn't noticeable. The drone feels easy to fly outdoors and you can hit the sticks much harder with a larger space to fly in. I obtained 70-80ft of altitude easily, and I expect I could've gone higher but I was concerned I'd lose control of the drone at that height. Outdoors I snapped a few photos and flew outside of the circle my house is in and across the street to take a different picture of the horizon. At this range, FPV had a great deal of stuttering and delay. Soon the wind picked up and though I struggled to bring the drone home, the wind pushed me further away from home. Eventually the drone stalled and plummeted to the ground, likely from losing signal form the remote, and or a large gust of wind. I recovered the drone from my neighbors back yard where it had landed propeller down in a pile of snow. The drone showed no signs of damage and continued to fly. DURABILITY: I've crashed the drone countless times in doors and nearly as many out doors into concrete, asphalt, and piles of snow both propellers down and camera down and never noticed any damage to the drone. FEATURES: The 3D flip feature, that causes the drone to do a quick 360 works great, but must be done outdoors to allow enough space. Some altitude will be lost when you activate the trick and the drone needs enough space to fly a loop in. The camera is like a digital camera back when those first hit the market. It's not great. However, if you take a picture you can tell what everything is. If you want to take beautiful pictures, this camera will disappoint. If you want to take a snapshot of the horizon to see what it's like to see from that height then you'll be fine, you just wont' be able to spy on your neighbors or see the license plate of the cars in the photo. Headless mode was too tempermental for me to bother with much. The idea here is that the drone fly in accordance with the radio controller. That means forward always move the drone away from the remote left is always your left etc. However, any time you crash you'll have to reset the headless orientation. I found it easier simply to fly from the drones perspective (forward is always in the direction of the camera, etc.) FPV: Over all this is a cool feature, but because it stutters so much outdoors after a certain range it's a bit pointless when flying outside. Indoors it works very well but it's very difficult to pilot indoors without crashing. Piloting indoors by fpv without crashing is even more difficult. That said though, I find it to be great fun to try to navigate by FPV from one room down a hallway and into another. Its a challenge but one I enjoy. FINAL THOUGHTS: This drone is quite durable, as I've crashed in all kinds of ways. I have 3 batteries and every time I finish draining the third one I'm left wanting more, it's just that fun. FPV is cool, but more or less pointless unless you keep the drone flying close by. It does at least allow a preview of any pictures you might take even outside. The camera is terrible by today's standards but if you're just having fun and not trying to take quality pictures it's functional. If it's windy outside be prepared for your drone to be blown around. As a cheap starter drone, I'm very pleased. I'm constantly trying to charge the batteries so I can have another go.
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By Krisha Scharlow
December 20, 2017
This seems to be a good drone for beginners. I got this as a gift for my husband, who is a total beginner. He got the hang of it quickly but was disappointed that it's only 5 minute fly time with the battery life. Not sure if this is a normal thing for all drones, but we'll definitely have to get more batteries.
December 15, 2017
By Ben Woods
December 14, 2017
This surprised me for the price it is a fun quad. Pros 1. Powerful and responsive 2. Camera with wifi fpv is awesome 3. Durable I have crashed it pretty hard and is still in one piece Cons 1. Very light weight so even a little wind makes it more difficult to fly 2. Short battery life I recommend buying extra batteries All in all for the price it is a fun little drone great for beginners like me . Update: i have had this for more than 3 months now and it has held up well taking a beating and still flies like a champ.
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