Stephen was first to say first in one of my recent videos and thus ones this shot at so congratulations good morning. Quite chapter 101 here was a new review of the new l1 o 109 Pro. Those of you who have subscribed to my channel know that I've reviewed previously the L 109 SGPS drum but what's difference between this and the 109s. Well, the 109s tis just had a camera at the front. That was not stabilized. It was also 1080p. So is this by the way I'll discuss that in a bit, but this one has an improvement. Folks, a big improvement – and this is something we're starting to see. Now, finally, finally, we're starting to see these show up in the under you know in the under 200 class drones, and that is stabilized gimbal, okay for stabilized video in flight. You know without on stabilized video, if you could hit by win or buffing it by when your video loses look, looks real bad, ok, because the camera is going to bounce around, but with a stabilized, gyroscopes, cable, stabilized gimbal. This keeps a video, nice and level. No matter what is going on with the drone, so that's great that's, a great advancement, it should make the video to look much better in this particular drum now. What other things about this drone we'll start off with the airframe itself. We'Ll start off with the motors. We got 1406 brushless motors on this drone, so nice powerful brushless motors to fly this particular job it's powered by three 3s battery 11.
1 full battery it's 1600 milliamp per hour. Let me see if I can plop it out for you. This comes out at an angle. Folks, like the L 109 previously I reviewed but bringing out like an angle, but at 16 or milliamp per hour. I believe it's supposed to give it about 15 minutes flight time. 14. 15 minutes flight time at least that's. What I got with the original oil 109 about 14 minutes of flight time, with the original so I'm expecting something similar with this particular drone. Again I mentioned it has two axis stabilized gimbal and another important change. Is we finally have the card slot here to record the video directly to an SD card, so we can avoid that Wi Fi frame, dropping that we normally see now be very careful, inserting your SD card into this slot, because there is a little gap just above The SD card slot that you might accidentally slide this card in and get a jammed in there so make sure you have some resistance, while you're pushing that in and springiness before you shove it all the way in, or else you might have hard time getting. The card up, but again I had to double check as you put in that card and to make sure that card is going into the slot. Okay, I mentioned something about the resolution, this camera. This is being advertised with a 4k camera okay, and what that means is the video or the photos.
The still photos from this camera are sent to your phone and interpolate it with the RC GPS, app to enlarge it to 4k resolution. In reality, folks, this is recording 1080p video to that card. 1080P videos. This has a 1080p sensors. What I'm trying to say so it's recording 1080p video at 25 frames per second, and also, if you take photos with this in your course, 1080p still frame, grabs from that video onto your SD card, so it's not a true 4k camera as per V. If the advertisement gives you that infirmary, if it infers that to you I'm using the wrong word there, if you get under the impression this is a true 4k. It is not it's 1080p sensor on that camera. It is a folding drum for maximum portability, and with that let's talk about that portability, it does come with a very nice carrying case here's, the carrying case for the drone, but it also they also give you these two little bags. If you don't want to use a carrying case, if you want to fold up the drone, put the drone in one bag and then fold up the controller and put the controller in your second bag, so you've got and put some accessories in there with it. So you can also use these little bags and then throw these in your backpack. If you don't want to use the carrying case, that comes with it, so that's that's nice in itself there back to the drone itself, though we have an optical flow sensor on this drone.
So once you initially turn this drone on, you could actually take off. If you want to fly indoors and it'll it'll fly using the optical flow sensor to maintain its position, but if you go outdoors, you really should be flying GPS and that's when you wait until you get sufficient satellites and this doesn't have GPS by the way. I forgot to mention that, and with that GPS it has automatic return to home and landing on command, on loss of signal or on low voltage, so that's pretty cool in itself and it's, not just a GPS system, it's GPS GLONASS. So for extra accuracy of the GPS system it's using the Russian satellites also, I mentioned the camera – is 1080p two axis gimbal. I mentioned that battery now I haven't mentioned the range this is predicted to have a range fpv range of 600 to 800 meters. I just flew another drone today it had similar predictive range and actually did get out to 600 meters with fpv, so I was kind of impressed with that. So maybe this could get also 600 800 meters, along with control range of out to 1200 meters. The other drone I reviewed today – I just flew today – also had 1200 meters predicted control range, but in actuality I was only able to get to fly out to 600 meters before it lost signal from the controller, but 600 meters is nothing to sneeze at that's. Pretty darn good okay, I mentioned this uses the RC GPS app and with that let's bring up the caveat.
This is an 802.11 AC, Wi Fi flying drone five gigahertz flying drone. You need a phone with 802.11 AC, Wi Fi and not all phones have 802.11 AC Wi Fi before purchasing this first verify that your phone indeed has 802.11 AC, Wi, Fi or you'll be very disappointed. As you will not be able to view the fpv video or use the RC GPS app with this drum, okay, that's just a caveat, I think you could still record video and fly line of sight. The controller but you'll not be able to view video or use the app to do the advanced features of fpv. Follow me circle me and waypoints, with the RC GPS. App and let's go over the other things you get in the that comes with this. You get the instruction manual, which actually is pretty good instruction manual, one that I was even able to read it with my old eyes, so they they printed a big enough. So I could read it. You got a software instruction manual for the RC GPS, app. You get a, I got the two battery version. I believe they have one two or three battery versions available. I recommend getting two battery at least because you're gon na want to keep flying. I know you will so get get the two battery version, because you're not going to be a likely not be able to purchase additional spares after you buy this because of safety restrictions and shipment of lipos know.
Unless this drum becomes very popular, I recommend getting more than one battery when you buy this okay and you get a charger now look at this charger. The 3s charger has a 3s balance plug on there. So you, if you have happened to have a a male to male balance, plug that you can plug into a better charger. You can actually use a better charger than this little one, but this one here you're going to need a use, a 2 amp wall charger or better to charge this battery. I do not recommend plugging this USB into your computer to charge this big battery because it will take day or two to charge it you're going to need two amps outlet to charge this battery at least 2 amps and additionally in the box, you get a spare Center full spare set of propellers, you get a USB cable and you get a screwdriver and some screws for the spare props. Now let's go over the controller, real quick. The controller on this is pretty darn cool because it has its own built in battery. You don't need to put in double a batteries and all of the buttons on it are well labeled, so it's easy to understand. You don't have to actually go into these structures to figure in this one, not, but what we got here the upper scroll way over here on the left is for rates. You can adjust the speed of the quadcopter where it's rates as let's call it.
Some of us over drone pilots caught by moving this right or left you can adjust the angle of the camera of the camera lens up or down using this scroll wheel. Here you can take a photo by a quick press of this button here, which is which has little pictures of cameras on it or you could take a video by holding this button down for two seconds and that will start the video camera. If you want to return to home command, you press this button here and the drone will automatically return to home and land where it took off. If you need to do a gyroscope calibration, if you want to fly an optical flow mode, recommend doing a gyroscope calibration by putting the drone in a flat level surface first and pressing this button here and that will calibrate the gyros to maintain level flight in optical Flow mode and for your first flight in GPS mode, you will need to do a compass calibration and you activate that by pressing this button here and I'll show you how to do that out in the field where you do three horizontal rotations and then three vertical Rotations of the drone after pressing this button to calibrate the compass of this drone, you can turn off the GPS. If you want to fly an optical flow mode, that's cool – you can do that if you land by pressing this button here that will turn off the GPS so that you can't fly an optical flow mode.
If you so desire indoors, you can fly and head in this mode also with this drone by pressing this button here and activate SEVIS mode and automatic takeoff and landing after you start the motors, I believe, by down or added on in by pressing this button here And the power button is here, and it has a very nice LCD screen I'm trying to adjust it so that I don't think I'll be able to do such so that you can see it in the screen, but lots of telemetry information and letting you know that. Gps is on or off distance range, distance and height of the drone speed the rates, whether you're, recording video number satellites received with battery power of both the drone and the controller and whether you're an optical flow or not it'll, say mode one remote two to let You know if you're in my optical flow, I blues mode 1 mode to his GPS mode and number of satellites, also along with control signal reception, so that is it let's. Take the L 109 Pro out into the field and see our fly so hope you enjoy. This fight flight folks, good morning, quadcopter 101 – here I don't a beautiful day in a desert really beautiful day here on a Sunday morning, early Sunday morning with the wind is kind of low right now later on today, it's supposed to pick up, so I got ta Get this done right, fast, okay, to start up the yellow 109 Pro.
We need to press this button here, a quick press and then a long press one and then a long press and then we heroes, trips that's the SC's chirping up. Then we got to put the drone on the ground and then turn on the transmitter almost immediately. Okay, if you wait too long to turn on this transmitter, it will not connect and you're gon na have to start over again. Okay, and also I check your gimbal – make sure levels takes about 15 20 seconds to level do its this check and level so we're good there, and the first thing we need to do is the compass calibration right now: it's a blinking looking for satellites, blinking green, But we want to press this button here to do the compass calibration and right now they're rapidly blinking green. So we are in compass calibration mode when you see rapid blinking like that, so we're going to do three turns like this two we're, a beep yeah. Well, another car like this until I hear a beep, actually I think we're done all the lights are song like, but no the front lights are red, so we got to continue turning it's, not happy. Yet from red lights are still blinking. Maybe I'll try nose up see if that helps. Yeah let's try the horizontal again and next thing: I'm gon na try is counterclockwise yeah counterclockwise folks, the instructions are wrong. You got to turn this counterclockwise to do the compass calibrations.
Let me make sure the light is solid. Now light I saw one in the front. Light is solid in the light is blinking in the back, because we are looking for a GPS right now. So when there, when you got a slow blinking light, that means it's searching for GPS signals. Okay, we got compass calibration completed right now, we're still a mode 1, which means we are in altitude hold mode. Let me connect it to the app and, by the time I get it connected to the app we should have sufficient satellites to fly right now we got 707. I guess is the minimum number, okay and it's still saying mode 1, but I'm going to turn this on here and connect to the app so hold on folks. Okay, this is the RC GPS, app available on Google Play and the App Store, and you want to select L 109 GPS, Pro ok, there's, an L, 109 GPS and there's, an L 109. You want the L 109 GPS Pro for this particular drum okay and to open up the app we go and just click on controls, not quick start, but we click on controls and it says plane has received the GPS signal and can't take off. Normally, please observe around ok and just hit cancel, and we see that we have fpv video showing from the drum okay to start the camera we're gon na do a long press of this button here and video is recording because we have a blinking yellow camera there And we also get a camera singer: insignia in the LCD screen.
Okay to start the motors wait sure there's an automatic takeoff, no there's, no, oh yeah! There is automatic off button. Ok, the starter motors bring down a nut and then press the automatic takeoff button. You never check the stability I'm, getting the view of the camera and say how do you like my shirt today, folks and also sync up the camera I'm sure your lag of about 2 seconds 1 to 2 seconds lag in the FPE video? Well, let's! Go up a bit higher and while we're up there, let me put on my glasses because we're about to go out folks see I'll fire at the rage we can get with this okay. So let me go up a bit higher again and also, let me lower the gimbal a bit, so we don't get to any prop. I want to make sure we're not getting props okay that's too far too far down. Let me observe it while I'm doing this. Cuz there's a second lag: I'm down a little. Are there we go? Are we doing there little bit higher a little bit higher? Okay, that gibble looks good right there. Okay, let's go on up more excuse me and then I fun and see what type of range we can get. Both fpv in control range turn a little bit to the left there and away we go, went up higher too. So I can keep it above the mountains. So right now excuse me folks, we're about 60 meters up so many 10 meters up.
I want to take it up to about 20 meters, so I'm going to slowly climb as we're going out, but I turn to the left a bit to turn to the left a bit and then going up higher I'm gon na. Take it up slowly to 20 meters, 15 meters at 17 metres 18, 19, 20 meters up 60 meters at we'll. Just continue on okay keeping my eye on it. I can still see it number 220 meters away, it's the slow trip out into the desert, seeing what type of rings we can get with this now. The antennas on this controller are not real they're fake antennas, so you don't have to worry about pointing them. The antenna obviously is inside the controller itself, 330 meters. According to my LCD screen, I like these drones that have telemetry on an LCD screen, so you don't have to depend on your phone it's hard to see my phone when my phone is doing out here in the bright sunny day here, checking to make sure the Numbers a number seven two froze, so I think I might be past fpv range on this right now, but still fly not, but let's do a sight on it more than 60 meters. So you know whatever it's doing it's recording to its Asti card. Okay, I think we might be out of range of the fpv range on my screen, but i'm flying line of sight right now watching that little dot in the sky.
I better go up a little bit higher right now, it's right above more speak, so that's helping me maintain visual sight on it. We'Re 600 meters away that's, pretty darn good, actually for this little drone, 600 meters it's time to get real hard to see I'm going to stop here shortly because it's getting real hard to see. But I maintain a sight on it by keeping my above. Oh its peak, but we're coming up on 700 meters. I think this can go a lot further I'm, not going to do that today because there's other things I want to demonstrate, but we are going to demonstrate return to home okay, I'm, pressing that button right now. Okay, let's see if those never start decreasing. They are discrete in six, thirty, six, twenty, so it's coming back, so I stopped going out further. I was gon na lose sight of it there. It was getting real hard. You see, yeah. Besides again, I want to demonstrate other features while I still have battery power, although I do have another battery, so this has really good control range. I don't know about the FPV range. I think it was numbers decreases on my screen on the fpv screen. No, the fpv screen is frozen, so I did lose fpv reception somewhere there we'll find out and post production here of the video let's see how accurate the return to home and landing is from out there close to seven hundred meters of this little drone it's a Little drone next thing I need to do is start lowering the weight on these guys to get them below 250 grams.
For most countries, let's see it start uh, oh it's, coming that nicely it's nicely slow descent, not wobbly at all so far I'm liking. What I'm seeing now keep in mind this recording 1080p 25 frames per second, that that's actually good for most people, folks we're, seeing a lot of these drugs claiming 4k cameras and it's, obviously false, including this one. Here, okay, you know the only 4k you get out of this one is its interpolation for a 4k still photos, but you know they're interpolated from 1080p. Okay, we still still have a good battery power. Let'S put it back on the pad. I regained signal. Now I want to stop that video, because I want to save that video, so we're gon na press, the video button, one more time, it'll done and then restart it and this time we're gon na, go take to the air and take a photo or two of My nice bright shirt and I don't take us back into the air okay we're in the air. If you know most throttle no hi eye to eye okay, okay, let's take a I'm in the picture that take. I don't know oh it's, taking video right now. Please stop that video okay let's take a photo. Okay, another pose go up a bit higher another photo coming back, dad one more photo. Okay and let's give it time to download it, and one more photo just to make sure that the camera is looking.
Okay, that Gibble's working nicely holding a nice and steady let's go up a bit more and we'll. Try a circle position. Let me take my glasses off, so I can see the screen pressing circle position and we're gon na do a radius let's go up a bit higher to over 20 meter circuit and done and confirm so it's go about 20 meters. Let'S turn it back toward me. Where it was pointing it's camera back toward B, also let's start the video recording. I should have done that before I get back here. I should have started the video camera before. I start the circle position as soon as I hit that video camera it's stopped so let's do that again set the position and then hit 20 and then hit done so you got to hit that camera before I start the video recording before you start the circle Position and it plops itself there and now it's circling. Do it a nice job, I'm kind of impressed what I'm seeing here so far, it's working well Circle position point of this point of interest, although I'm not sure where its cameras pointing let's get over here. I think this is where it's at I'll, let it do another half circle or so and then we'll go into follow me how's, my battery power. My battery power is about half power. Okay, that's enough of a circle position and let's, bring it back over right about there and now I'm going to select follow.
Okay, follow me should be activated, you know in still recording is it gon na follow? Oh, it is following, and in the top of that it's using the hubsan type of follow me, I, like the hubsan type work, maintains a a compass position from you, a relative position from even just stays there. Okay, the DJI style will flop all around the the sky this one here, you know if the sun's say right there, I want to keep keep it pointed away from the Sun, so you get better video that's. Why I like this type, this style of video, you can, you know, send it off in the direction of the Sun and it'll maintain this look now I'm. Looking at my screen here that gimbal is not as responsive as I hope it would be it's a little bit wobbly but it's doing a good job of follow me let's, see if the old man picks up front let's jog a bit. You see bead wrap folks call nine one one okay, coming back to word it follow me is working exceptionally well. This is a nice drill. Okay, although again the the GIMP. Oh look at that folks that gibble has a little bit to be desired. Okay turn it off the follow me. We are still recording let's, try the waypoints okay, wait points are on our location, we're somewhere in the world, trying to find us where we at folks there we are in California a let me zoom in a bit and hit try to select the position invalid coordinate Point zoom in some more one there one there hop it over here and there and then back again well like there is fine and then hit said well hit, send it in stock.
Wait I hit it two times: it's send again there we go so there's the waypoints. Now the map you get notice. My map is black that's because I'm in the desert, it's not showing the roads out here in the desert, but the map mode um it's. It uses Google Maps it does show up even if you're well, it shows up through data network. You don't have to download these maps ahead of time and so what I'm trying to save folks? It uses the data network, your data, your phone data network, to go to these different points. Okay, my battery is getting low. I guess – and it comes right back to you that's at the end of the mission that is cool there. I like that. So, okay, we are getting low on battery power. Let me go back to view switch back to normal view by turning off waypoints I'm going to start a stop. First, stop the video real, quick video stop. There has restarted and we're going to use the remaining battery power. Okay, remaining battery power, see what and we're gon na continue flying and until the Battery depletes and see what it does. Let'S see if there's our geofence first off, see if I can fly, fly farther than 30 meters, yeah there's, a geofence, so it's. It keeps you within a circle, 30 meters, from the takeoff position. Let'S go over here. Let'S go over in this direction. There'S, a takeoff pad there actually might be 30 meters from my position, tried to figure that out I'm gon na walk up the road, a bit it's 30 meters away and see what happens turn in that way turn into wet back toward me.
Is it my position or takeoff position find out? It appears to be my position that it'll fly 30 meters away, so that's telling me if you're on a boat or something on a moving object. It'Ll follow your let's, see no no I'm. Sorry it's takeoff position takeoff position because it's not going to push it forward, it's, not going forward trying to bring it back toward me flying overhead flopping it around okay, with a second battery we're, going to go F TV exploring of the desert once this Battery depletes. More demonstration of the camera, but we demonstrated a follow me circle me in white points. Those are the biggies on this type of app and the app is reasonably good. There is about two second lag, as you know, that's, depending on your camp or your phone. I got an older phone about three years old. Those of you with higher end phones that shouldn't be a problem. Ok: I'm, just going to come down low when we're just gon na go around the bushes around the area. Here, as we wait for that battery to deplete you're really low, now they're gon na drop from the sky or is it going to land? Is the question it's actually nice little drum, you know again: it's gimbal it's, not as responsive as you would expect, but this is a low end drone. So keep that in mind. You know it's not gon na, be like a high end drone, but it's still reasonably good till the battery is depleted.
Now the Sun is real low in the sky right now, so we're also demonstrating how it's camera just to going toward the Sun and away from this side, yeah let's go to higher rate. This is okay. Let'S put it on second rate: let's, see how fast enough they're great let's see how fast it'll go. Oh it's very responsive. This is high speed right and there it runs into the wall. Okay, there's, a return to home where's it gon na return. Okay, that's! Pretty far off that's unusual, it came over here and here before I don't think so. It'S a little better to return to home is kind of far off over there. I don't know like take off saying, but we are good. I don't know 20 meters away, but again you know I'm low battery. It brings itself back within a 30 meters position of its takeoff points, so that's shouldn't be too bad. Let me stop the video camera right now, real quick make sure it gets done and let me throw another battery in and then we'll do some fpv long range exploring around the area here so hold on folks, okay, I put a second battery in there. We should be ready to go. We'Ve got 19 satellites. I am starting the video recording now the wind is starting to pick up so we're gon na see how this operates in wind, tube and starting the motors down it up and then pressing automatic takeoff.
Okay, she's dumping in the wind wouldn't start to pick up here and got to go up higher here notice how it goes up and died with the wind, that's, the barometer or altitude hold so for this flight we're gon na need to go up a bit higher. So we don't bump into the ground. No again, I want air it and bring it back down again real quick. So I can see the gibble now I want to lower that gibble it's going up. Donar are not that yeah let's go to a straight down as far as it'll go. I guess that's about it. Okay, well, that mine I'm one I want to go with their headless boat. Let'S see, have this boat button, pointing it toward me there. The judge awarding me and we're gon na do it up and away now that Jimbo does not point all the way down. So I can't do a rocket typer up in a way, but there you go that's it up it away. So we demonstrated your headless mode coming back in turning off at this boat, pushing forward bringing it back toward me and raising up that gimbal again, I put the lower lip off there for a second lower, lower, lower okay that's a bad night. So let's go for a long range exploration, flight fpv explorer. Let me increase the right we're in second rate I'm, not going to third rate because it I don't the odds too much on third rate that I lose control.
The drone I'm gon na be flying mainly line of sight here folks and if you go have too much yaw while flying line of sight, you overshoot your corrections as you're flying the way I'm doing is folks. If I want to bring the drone back to me, while I'm pushing forward and it's flying forward the drones moving to the left, all I got to do is turn left to bring it back toward me and if the drone is moving to the right, I could Do that until I see the movements stop that way, I know it's coming back, go a little bit higher this it's off in the distance, the drone above the mountains, so I can see a little dot in this guy see you can fly long range fpv with That using an fpv screen is what i am trying to convey to you folks. This is a skill you all should learn really, if you're in the drone flying how to fly line of sight when dinosaur golly here turning left turning left until the movement slows. Okay, so right now we should be coming straight down the gully yeah. This is a nice little Explorer and it's flying in the wind winds about five miles per hour. Right now, I'm gon na pick up even more. They goes on, I kind of like this one and it's great that finally, drone makers are realize that people want stable video, get tired of this jerky video on these 150 drones.
200. All our drones, there's, no reason for that. So, finally, finally, installing Gibble's onto these drones, they find a way to make them low cost so put them on these drones and that's great now. The next thing I need to do is make sure that all these drones are under 250 grams and they have big winners, but for most people starting five dollars. Five minutes of your time on the FAA website, if a.gov don't for those in the US don't go anywhere but FAA gov to get that certificate because there's a lot of scammers out there well they're, I guess they're not really scammer, some of them or not there, But they're taking a lot of your money to do five minutes of work, it's, five dollars and five minutes of your time to get your suit. Your registration number going off that way. So far right, I really am liking. What I'm seeing nice exploration in the desert right now it's doing a good job? Okay, how far are we were touring 30 meters at okay, let's, bring it I'm gon na, go about another 90 degrees from my position here and then we'll bring it back we're at 320 meters. Turning to the left, it's moving to the left so I'm, turning it to the left, moving to the left. Turning to the left right now should be coming straight back, oh not too bad, not too bad at all. Let me bring it over here flop.
It right about there there's something I forgot to do and I wanted to do and that is Sig up the cameras. Okay, I've lost fbv. I don't know what not lost up there, but right now, it's, not recording fpv and i forgot to hit mop isn't. Recording too so, hopefully we got all that video mob is recording again so we're gon na skip. The Bob is in and fly this again we're flying this line of sight without using the map, in other words, so I'm, just gon na skip out of the app you'll, get that app to slide okay, um again syncing up the camera or that's stuck in video. Recording again syncing up the cameras, we still have our battery power starting to get a little bit low because of that run, let's go out of there. They flop it there for a second that one's starting to Hitler, they're starting a video camera, video cameras recording now, I'm syncing up the cameras and we'll go out again until we start here to be telling us that the it's on us, the batteries get home. We'Ll see what it does see. You come back within that 30 meter circle, 200 square meters up the road here, let's pick it up it's about seven miles per hour. Now, nope it's not make it too much noise. In my hat phone, sixty meters out doing 30. You should come across the first crossroads, coming up on roads and okay, weird meters right now, so we should be at the crossroads now I want to turn to the right where the garbage is and go off.
The garbage is right there so speed right over right to the booth. It stops. Looping stop sewing and push it forward. Okay, there's our battery as what it doesn't low battery. It comes straight back and brings it back within 30 meters of its takeoff point back down. Let'S bring it back down. We'Re gon na finish out the battery, see what it's flight time with this second battery is coming down. Okay, here's, it being buffeted in the wind let's, see how this Gibble's go ahead in the wind. Wind is picking up quite a bit, but it's get boys working, see if we can see that folks and pop it in the wind, it's, it's, gibble and staying level so that works I'm gon na stop Earth. Let me sync up that camera. Stopping the video starting the video one more time. Oh, that would really pick it up down good thing. I got here real early. I knew this. One was gon na pick up as the Sun climbs higher energy, a good sky. It gets very windy here, that's. Why? I always fly early in the morning to avoid this wind, yes, finish, that battery let's go to super high rate okay, and to do that this is his highest rate. Folks let's see what it can do in the wind, that's buffing it out. I better not do that we're going back to low rate that wouldn't is starting to get excessive for it, so we're gon na land it here folks I'm, bringing it trying to bring it back.
That'S bad winds getting about getting close to 7 and 10 miles per hour, so that seems to be the limit for this drone. Keep that in mind. You don't want to go above about 10 miles per hour when so we're not gon na fly this until the battery dies so I'm gon na land. It right here start to get buffeted by that one. So what imitation about that's about 10 miles per hour? I see a lot of things fluttering big time over there, so we're that's. Why we're, calling it quits nurse let's, stop that video recording. So oh, oh, I kind of like what I see. Everything seems to work as advertised. Most things seems to work as an advertising limitation of wind about 10 miles per hour. It'S gimbal, you know it's it's, not the best. There were some limitations there and it happens as you can see, as this gimbal you know right and left has limitation. Robots I'd say about 20 degrees before it hits its top and will also move so keep in mind, it's, not perfect. You know it's for lower win days, not not they like today. So I expected we have seen a lot of buffeting. While this thing was being hit by the wind at 20, meters, 20 degrees, 1520 degrees, even plus or minus things away, that's the limitation of this up or down is great. It'S got a lot of rubber down, but right and left not so much but it's enough.
For most people, so I kind of do like this, so I hope you enjoyed this flight. This quadcopter 101 was the m109 gps pro signing up hi quadcopter 101. Here again hey! If you want to get your own shout out in one of my future, videos make sure you subscribe to my channel it's real simple, just go to my channel page and click on that subscribe and also make sure to click that Bell button right.