The Begini Apex VR70 Drone FPV – Flight Test Malah Nabrak – Drone RTF (Ready to Fly)
Powering On and Modes
There are two ways to turn on the Begini Apex VR70 Drone FPV. The first method is by pressing and holding the power button. Additionally, there is a speed button and a mode button. The mode button allows you to choose from three different modes: altitude hold, manual, and acro. To fine-tune the drone’s flight, there is also a trim button and a joystick.
Starting the Drone
To start the drone, connect the battery. Once the battery is connected, turn on the goggles by pressing the minus button for 3 seconds to initiate an automatic search. Press the “okay” button to start recording and then try flying the drone.
Flight Test Experience
During the flight test, the drone performed well initially. However, after some time, the drone crashed. This resulted in the cable being detached and the propellers coming off. Unfortunately, spare parts were needed to repair the drone and get it flying again.
Durability and Damage
The drone’s body showed some signs of damage after the crash. It had minor dents but was still relatively sturdy. The frame proved to be flexible, allowing us to reshape and restore it to its original form. Despite the crash, the drone remained functional.
Further Repairs and Frame Replacement
We tried connecting the drone to the remote to perform the necessary repairs. If any of our readers have information on where to purchase spare frames, we would appreciate it if you could leave a comment below. We are looking to replace the damaged frame and get the drone back in the air.
Overall, the Begini Apex VR70 Drone FPV provided an exciting flight experience, although it did encounter some mishaps. With the right repairs and replacement parts, it has the potential to be a reliable and enjoyable drone for aerial adventures.