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A Yes,it contain camera
A USB interface in PC
A RM2344. thanks.
A This FPV just refers to you can use the SD card to save photos and videos of the aircraft in the aerial, but not real-time transmission. thanks.
Sorry, NO. This not a POV type setup. There is one from BANGGOOD, for around 110.00$ but doesnt get good reviews. People say the X5c is much better at flying.
By Mark on July 1, 2017
Don't know how many max but can do at least two.
By Oh Foe on July 12, 2017
Hi, It has a camera.
By Emmeline on October 12, 2017
By Bob E. on November 30, 2017
No, there is no headless mode. There is a new model that looks exactly like the Soma X5C that does have headless mode and also return to home, its called the Bayangtoys X8
By E. Cousineau on November 12, 2017
Yes. You view what the camera sees on a "smartphone".
By C. Barnett on October 27, 2017
It has a built in camera. Not sure if it can carry a supplemental camera though.
By mattjordan on October 10, 2017
O i dont no why but i fly it mostly out doors.
By Hervey Smith on April 23, 2018
I would say no also,these things are pretty durable,hell ive crashed mine numerous times and still flys great.
By Chris Stutzman on April 6, 2018
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By Taka Iguchi
January 24, 2018
So with this product you really need to manage your expectations. You're not buying a $500 Quadra copter so you really cannot expect one. It doesn't really cover very well as it seems to always list one way or another. The video or picture quality leaves much to be desired and because it is lightweight it gets tossed to and fro with the wind. But if you know that you were getting a Quadra copter with a camera for the price of dinner out, it's pretty nice. I would learn with this one as the price makes it somewhat disposable. When you get the hang of how to fly these things, spring for the more expensive one.
By Top Dawg
January 17, 2018
Great for the money. Easy to fly right out of the box, although I have yet to get it to hover in one place very well. It always seems to drift slowly in one direction or another (inside house). I took it outside and was impressed by how well it flew and the height easily achieved. I was afraid the wind could take it from me so tried to control myself. I'm sure with more practice it will be very easy to master this thing. Very happy with this purchase and excited to keep learning. I've also dropped this thing mid flight when about to hit a branch or power lines and it has held up very well.
November 23, 2017
Fun! Much better than the first one I bought which wasn't this brand. Found out that one was a knock off of this one. That one was defective right out of the box. Bummer on Christmas morning. Flew helicopters before and you knew front to back so controlling it was a gimmie. My first quad and I'm still working the control input without the obvious picture of theres the front turn that way. Bad news is I also ordered multi battery packs which still haven't arrived after over a month and they still don't show as being shipped yet even though they twice now have said this date then this date and today no date. WWWHHHAAATTT!
By Rich Davis
November 23, 2017
We have had this quad-copter drone for a while now and for the price, you can't beat it. It's easy, yet a little tricky to fly at first. With practice it gets much easier. We have sent this so high that we could barely see it, and captured some great video. Speaking of the video - it's not HD, but for fifty bucks or so you can't really expect it to be. If you're ok with non stabilized and sometimes shaky or blurry video, you'll love this thing! Still images are so low res that they look like the oil painting effect you can do in Photoshop. Shortly after we got this we also purchased a set of 5 batteries and a 5-battery charger here on Tomtop. This makes for much more satisfying flying since you don't have to be done after such a short time. Some minor issues we have had were after flying through several batteries and getting what we thought was going to be some amazing videos we found that nothing was recorded on the included micro SD card. Bummer! It may have not been seated good for some reason because it worked during subsequent flights. Flying in windy conditions is especially challenging since it doesn't have all the location sensors and computing power of the big birds, but as long as you're not flying among trees you should still be ok. For outside use we took the blade protectors off - they're like little hooks and get you stuck in trees very easily! We have made many hard landings, clipped tree trunks and branches, but we haven't broken a blade yet. It comes with a spare set of 4 for when that does happen though. When you get higher up in the sky it's sometimes difficult to tell which way it's facing - even with the colored LEDs. We plan on painting half of ours a bright color to make it more obvious. Otherwise you start pushing and pulling the sticks every which way to try to figure it out and can lose control of where you're going. It would be nice to have a "Home" button for this reason, but again - at this price that's not possible. The controller is kind of a joke with many fake buttons on it. It also has an LCD screen that shows you in real time how far and which direction you're pressing the control sticks. While flying, you certainly don't have time be looking down at the screen! You'll know by feel and by watching the drone for instant feedback. Overall, it's a great source of entertainment for a small investment.
November 21, 2017
My fiancé started out with one of these. Very quickly I realized it was no fun to sit outside and watch him fly it, so I ordered my own. After some family visited from out of town we had the best time playing with them! So this year everyone is getting one of these for Christmas. One drawback is that the batteries die very quickly. I recommend buying back up batteries. Charge them ahead of time and then just swap them out during your flying sessions. We did have one bad situation we now call the "great drone disaster of 2015", where a drone flew too high and caught a wind current. The wind took it over the tree line never to be seen again. We searched all afternoon and then again in the dark hoping we would see the flashing lights. No luck. To avoid this, you could get one of those Tile gps locator things to attach to it.
By Aron Nopanen
November 12, 2017
This is an impressive amount of tech for around fifty bucks. The copter is imminently stable and flyable, and the camera captures nice footage considering the price. While probably a standard feature in quadcopters of this class, the removable battery is much appreciated after owning several copters with non-replaceable batteries that die prematurely. The copter is sturdy enough and is still in good working order after quite a few flights and a couple of less-than-graceful landings. The sometimes poorly-translated manual and the trim knob arbitrarily re-purposed as camera control button attest to the sacrifices that need to be made to meet the price point, but all in all this is a fun and worthwhile toy.
By Geeked Out Reviews
October 1, 2017
This quadcopter is great for a beginner and someone looking to learn. It is not HD don't expect it. It cannot stream to your phone or anything crazy, but you have to remember how much you paid. It is worth the money, and I love mine. As long as I'm not near water and a lot of trees I would teach a six year old with it. It's not meant for racing, though it can be pretty fast. Before you do anything read the instructions about how to trim it and make sure you understand it and do it before you fly. Other than that Syma's are excellent for the price. I would highly recommend it.
By Rick M
September 11, 2017
Received as a gift (put it on my wish list). This little guy has been an amazing value for the price. My experience level: used to be an intermediate to advanced RC glider pilot YEARS AND YEARS AGO. Those skills were long gone. Quality: It's a toy quadcopter. It's light and plastic. That said, it's really durable and has stood up to light to moderate learning crashes with no damage. It paired with the remote with no issues. The manual is not extremely helpful beyond the very basics, but Google searches will answer any questions. First flights: It trimmed out really easily and I was able to fly it around my living room with minimal difficulty right away. It's very stable and predictable. Read the instructions on trim adjustment, get it off the ground and note if it's drifting any particular way, then use the trim buttons to fine-tune for stability. Once I trimmed it a little bit, hovering was quite easy. Use a very light touch on the controls and start with very basic moves. Hover, "slide" to the right and left and backward and forward while adjusting power for the altitude you want. Once you have the basics consistently down you can start real turns and stuff. After about 10-15 flights: Wow, this is a lot of fun for very little money! It's very easy to control, runs great and no issues. I was soon doing the "flip" moves in the front yard. It's very light, so it doesn't like much wind. Light wind is ok once you have a few flights in and can correct. Things you should know: This quad doesn't have "headless" mode, so it's front end is where it is and if it's not going away from you, YOU have to make the mental adjustment to control it corectly. That's a good thing for learning (although it makes the learning curve longer, this is a skill you should have if you fly anything RC). You will want spare batteries! Flight time seems to be as advertised (about 7 minutes or so). You will have a hard time waiting for the batteries to charge, so avoid the rush and order some spares and a charger. I have been lucky (and I learned from RC gliders that going slowly is the best way), but you will probably want to order a few spare parts: my guess would be props and prop guards should do it unless you really slam the thing. It's quite durable. I ordered some spares anyway, but they aren't here yet and I'm flying happily away. The camera is "meh". Whaddaya want for less than $70? It works and takes ok video and stills. Anything you take off will increase the flying time: prop guards and camera. Also the landing gear if you are landing on a soft surface. Overall, I love it.
September 8, 2017
I used this drone in a "drone wars" competition, which included an obstacle course and a full-blown drone battle against other drones. I was highly impressed with the durability of this thing. I hadn't even used a drone prior to when I started preparing for the competition, so the device took a ton of abuse through the week as I was mastering the controls. Nevertheless, the drone withstood all the punishment I could dish out and even survived the competition. I'd definitely recommend this model for anyone who lacks experience.
September 7, 2017
Christmas day, Boy-o gets his new drone stuck 80 feet up in a tree. Five days later, we manage to get it down. I recommend purchasing a slingshot and some 1 oz weights with this item (I am assuming you have a fishing pole). Five days, three of which were heavy rain, being shaken with the branch it was stuck on, then tumbling to the earth, striking the tree nine or ten times on the way down. Once retrieved, we put in the spare battery we'd purchased. Perfect picture, good video, no need to replace the blades. The only issue was that it wanted to fly backwards, which my son fixed with a simple adjustment from the controller. I've bought a lot of RC items for my sons over the years; this is the only one that was worth the money.
July 9, 2017
So, I'm completely new to the quad flying thing, this thing is awesome. Very easy to learn on, once you figure out the controls. A couple times outside I took it up beyond my comfort level ( got some great pictures) when I felt it was getting away from me I killed the throttle and let it fall back to the ground at about 100 feet I throttled back up to full recovery, no issues, complete control again. As far as durability, fantastic, I've bounced this thing off of everything possible (trees, kids, walls, ceiling fan, cars, roof and 1 very moody harrier hound...) had it stuck in a tree over night, threw a football and knocked it down, new battery and it was good to go. Only knock against this thing is battery life, buy the 4 600mh batteries and charger for them and enjoy, YOU WONT BE DISAPPOINTED.......
June 29, 2017
It's ok. This is my first drone and while the concept of flying it is clear, the actual process is a little more difficult. There was a slight breeze which easily pushed my drone away. This doesn't handle wind very well but given how light it is, that makes sense. I wasn't able to fly it well because of the wind, it did respond to the controls very well. The challenge is once it turns around like a 90 or 180, it's hard to figure out what way to steer. On a flat calm non-wind day, it'd be perfect. I wasn't able to get the camera to work yet but I've only flown it once. The propellers are not overly dangerous which is good. You don't need to worry about cutting your fingers off but you shouldn't stick them near the blades anyway. It might deserve 5 stars but I was expecting to have more control than I did.
By E. Reagan
June 16, 2017
The Syma X5C quadcopter is an affordable model that offers an opportunity to get your feet wet piloting a drone without the fear of trashing or losing a thousand dollar drone and camera kit. For $50, it offers plenty of fun and practice at very low risk. I have flown the DJI Phantom and several toy single- and multi-rotor copters. This fits somewhere in between. It feels very much like a toy with the cheap, plastic body; however, it flies like a more serious quadcopter. Because the X5C is purely radio controlled with no input from GPS, altitude control is completely manual. That makes the X5C harder to fly than the DJI Phantom. So if you are aspiring to buy a Phantom or a 3DR Solo, the X5C will certainly prep you for the piloting aspect of it. What the X5C won’t prepare you for is the complexity of the setup and preparation process for flying more advanced drones. And that’s a good thing if this is your first quadcopter. There is no compass calibration or linking to GPS satellites. The X5C’s transmitter is linked to the quadcopter and there is no relink process after firmware upgrades. You just pull it out of the box, put batteries in it and go fly. Perhaps one of the best things about the X5C is that it is small and light enough to fly inside. Of course, you can’t really get crazy with maneuvering indoors but learning to control the throttle under ceilings that are only nine feet high helps you get a good feel of the drone. The X5C is equipped with a built-in camera. I use the term “camera” loosely though. If you frequent this site, there is really nothing about the camera that will be satisfactory to you. The resolution is 1280 x 720 for the video using a Motion JPEG codec in .AVI file format. The photos are 3.6MP. The sharpness in both formats is abysmal. While it is easy to capture photos or video via the transmitter controls, unless lighting is just perfect, the photos will just look like terrible. If the lighting is sufficient and the X5C isn’t vibrating too bad at the moment of capture, it can be an okay result. The Syma X5C delivers somewhere between 6-10 minutes flight time, depending on the conditions. The good thing though is that batteries for the X5C are cheap and pretty simple to replace. The remote has trim controls on it to keep it hovering pretty evenly. I haven’t quite been able to get it to hold without any drift. However, it is pretty close and good enough to maintain control and hover indoors with just a little input from me. Outside, the X5C does okay in conditions up to a light breeze. It is extremely lightweight, so that plastic body will really catch the wind if you get much of a gust. This is not something you want to fly in tight spaces outside. The X5C also seems to be pretty robust. I’ve crashed it from 8-feet or so indoors and probably close to 25-feet outdoors (onto grass) without so much as a broken rotor yet. In sum, the Syma X5C is a great little quadcopter that borders between toy and hobbyist-level drones. It has enough features to whet your appetite for a more advanced and more expensive package without the risk of breaking your heart if you crash it or lose it.
May 4, 2017
Buena este producto por el precio que tiene esta muy bien, no pesa nada y es bastante ligero, facil de instalar bateria, las protecciones de las helices y viene con una tarjeta sd de 4 gb, me parece estupendo, eso si, tengo que decir que la bateria duro poco, pero es normal en este tipo de drones, por el precio que tiene no le puedes pedir mas, estoy hablando de una duracion media de unos 5 o 6 minutos sin utilizar la camara, y el tiempo de carga bueno lo estoy comprabando ahora mismo, pero segun muchos tarda sobre unos 75 minutos en tener la bateria totalmente cargada,por lo que recomiendo todo aquel que quiera adquirir este producto, que se coja un par de baterias extras..sobre el control del dron, bueno parece que al principio es algo complicado, pero me imagino que con una par de minutos puedes llegar a controlar el dron, sobre el mando, es ligero no pesa nada en comodo, para mi esta bien, por el precio que tiene tampoco podemos pedir mucho mas, lleva una camara de 2 megapixels que todavia no he podido probar, y te viene con una tarjeta SD y un lector de tarjetas usb, todo un detalle, pero me gustaria que viniera con una bateria extra, creo que seria perfecto, respecto al dron de momento no puedo quejarme, la verdad aun no me ha dado tiempo a volar para probar la experiencia de vuelo, pero eso si, parece que es bastante facil cogerle enseguida el truco, una pequeña que yo he tenido y esto me hace pensar si devolverlo..es que en la parte de abajo, en una de sus patas tiene una pequeña grieta..pero bueno tampoco creo que sea de gran importancia..sobre la carga de bateria..bueno es con un usb, conectado al pc, lo que no se es si puedo cargarlo con un cargador de movil, algo que estaria bien...en conclusion, creo que es un buen producto para empezar en este mundo de drones o simplemente para divertirse un ratito
April 13, 2017
This drone was pretty difficult to get used to. I did love the lights that lit up the entire drone though. Just remember you cannot fly drones at night!! Pros: - Lightweight. - Good camera! - Flies fairly smoothly. May need a few adjustments though... Cons: - It was difficult to figure out how to install the battery. I wasn't pushing it up far enough so it kept getting stuck. - Flashing lights promote night flying. Bad idea. Against the law as far as I know. - Only has an extremely limited flight time (This is ALL drones, so this isn't a design limitation.) - Camera isn't great, but it works! Overall, I'm torn between 3 and 4 stars. I'd call this 3.5 stars if I could. It's a fun drone, but not for me.
July 17, 2016
The X5c-1 is a lot of fun to fly. This is my first quadcopter, but I found it helpful to start by getting it to hover with the front facing away from me and using the trim controls to correct any tendency it may have to move on its own in a certain direction. I found this calibration necessary to do after every few inevitable crashes. This thing is tough and easily survives falling out of the sky. I would suggest buying several spare batteries because once you start flying you'll want to fly for at least 30-40 minutes at a time. By the third hour of flight I had enough experience and control to follow/chase my boys around a field making short movies.
July 10, 2016
Great Drone. This was my first quadcopter/drone/whatever you'd like to call it. Like I said, it WAS my first drone. I used it indoors all day and had loads of fun. Then I went outside in the dark.. My mistake wasn't necessarily that I flew at night, but that I flew in my neighborhood. I flew the drone up a little too high and the wind started to sweep it away. Then as I was trying to fly against the wind, the drone disconnected from the remote and just flew the total opposite direction of me.. I knocked on neighbors doors and left notes. Still haven't found it.. It was an amazing drone in the time that I was able to use it..
July 4, 2016
Very good for the price. I previously purchased a different quadcopter for ~4X this price that performed well at first, but then the motors started burning out and I had other issues and ended up returning it. This one is a little bit smaller than the previous but flies just as well as the much more expensive one did before it had the problems. I didn't expect to see the colored lights on the bottom to help identify the direction the quadcopter will fly or to add to the usability at night, so I was pleasantly surprised. My first time flying this, I took it out without the guards for the propellers and ended up bending a propeller. I was able to bend it back without breaking or compromising the propeller, but there are also spares that come in the box. Altogether it performs well, but it does seem pretty fragile--very thin and weak plastic throughout.
June 17, 2016
If you are looking to get into flying drones, accept no other as your first drone. I have crashed and abused this drone way beyond what I thought it would be able to handle. It still flies like its brand new. Trees are a problem, it helps to not fly with the blade guards or landing gear attached as they just act as hooks to go around a branch. For an inexpensive drone the camera footage is quite good, though not professional quality. With all of the extras removed, this drone is fast and quick to maneuver. Buy extra batteries and get a multi battery charger. Otherwise you are sure to go nuts waiting for the battery to charge.
June 13, 2016
Okay, this will be my second order for the X5C-1 Quad. Even though I've flown many types of planes in the past, this is a different animal all together. By the way, this is not a toy in spite of what it says on various posts. I just flew mine into the woods never to be seen again about an hour ago. I started getting cocky and that is a bad thing to do with this quad. The Syma X5C is one of the best quads on the market. I've tried 4 others only to send them back. This beats all the other I've flown due to its smooth flight, ease of control and a pretty long battery life. You do need extra batteries though. My advice is to read the manual and practice many times before you go above 40 or 50 feet and that's flying in an open field. The hardest thing to learn for me is turning the quad 90 or 180 degrees.
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