The Yuneec Breeze perfect for people who want a camera drone for aerial photos and video, but have almost no interest in actually piloting a drone.
With little more than some taps on your phone’s screen, you can put the Breeze in the air and have it perform a handful of automated camera moves to grab photos and video clips of you and your friends and family. Then you just download them to your phone, edit, and share – all from within the drone’s app.
You can also fly it around manually with onscreen controls if you want to get specific aerial shots, but the range is limited to a maximum height of 80 metros (262.5 pés) and a maximum distance of 100 metros (328.1 pés). Flight times tap out at 12 minutos, so you won’t want to fly it too far away from you anyway.
The Breeze is not a toy, though. Its price tag pretty much quells that notion: $500 in the US and AU$700 or £450 in Australia and the UK, respectivamente. It’s not for racing around, either, and it’s also not going to compete with something like the DJI Phantom 3 Padrão, which is priced similarly, but has a better camera stabilized with a three-axis gimbal and far greater range and capabilities.
Contudo, the DJI isn’t going to slip into a shoulder bag or backpack and is not nearly as discreet as the Breeze. It’s basically a point-and-shoot camera attached to a flying robot — a selfie drone.
The mobile app, available for iOS and Android, is split into two sections: Tasks and Gallery. Tap on Tasks and you’re given five options to choose from: Pilot, Selfie, Órbita, Journey and Follow Me. The pilot has the manual controls for flying around the way any other drone would with a regular controller. Contudo, the Breeze is designed to have the camera pointed at you and not away from you like other camera drones, so the controls are reversed. (An onscreen toggle quickly switches this to what experienced pilots would consider normal.)
Selfie mode takes away the traditional stick controls and uses sliders instead to get the camera into just the right position for your photo or video. Orbit lets you set up the Breeze to automatically circle you or another subject, while Journey sets the copter to fly away from you and back again using the camera’s angle to calculate its trajectory.
Follow Me uses GPS and your phone to track you and follow you around. If you’re close to the drone, the movements can be jerky. In my experience, the best way to use this is to have it fly over top of you or from behind with it far away to take advantage of the camera’s wide-angle lens.
The Breeze performed really well overall and each mode has instructions for how to use it, so you’re never left guessing how to set up your shots. And when you get the video or photo you’re after, you can tap back out of Tasks and head to the Gallery for editing and sharing.
If you’re used to the smooth, stabilized aerial video from drones with cameras on motorized gimbals, you’re likely going to be disappointed by the Breeze’s video or at least its 4K-resolution video. Other than some vibration dampeners in the body there is nothing to stabilize the video at its highest resolution, 2160p at 30fps, so the slightest wind or drone movements cause shake and jerkiness in videos.
Drop down to 1080p at 30fps or 720p at 60fps, though, and you get digital image stabilization that works pretty well. It won’t take out all movement, but even in high winds the video looked fairly stable. It is no replacement for a gimbal, but as long as the drone is performing one of its automated moves or you’re just flying it, Parece bom. At least good enough to share on social or when viewed on a phone or tablet. The quality won’t blow people away, but the fact that it’s from a flying camera will.
And really, that’s what the Breeze is all about: getting a great aerial shot of you and your friends to share online so that people can view it on their phones or tablets.
- Tipo: Quadrotor
- Funções: 3Dublê de D,Ar imprensa Altitude Hold,Uma chave decolando,Vire à esquerda/direita,Para cima/para baixo
- Tamanho: Pequeno
- Sensor: Barómetro
- Built-in Gyro: 6 Giroscópio eixo
- Tipos de kit: RTF
- Nível: Nível iniciante
- Controle remoto: 2.4GHz controle remoto sem fio
- Canal: 4-Canais
- Modo rádio: Modo 2 (Acelerador esquerdo),Wi-Fi APP
- Distância de controle detalhado: 50-80m
- Compatível com cardan adicional: Não
- Potência do transmissor: 3 x pilha AAA(Não incluído)
- Bateria: 3.7V 350mAh LiPo
- Tempo de voo: 8~ 10 minutos
- Tempo de carregamento.: about 60mins
- Peso do produto: 0.3750 kg
- Peso do pacote: 0.3800 kg
- Tamanho do produto (L x W x H): 13.00 X 13.00 X 3.50 cm / 5.12 X 5.12 X 1.38 polegadas
- Tamanho do pacote (L x W x H): 15.00 X 15.00 X 5.00 cm / 5.91 X 5.91 X 1.97 polegadas
- Conteúdo da embalagem: 1 x RC Drone ( Bateria incluída ), 1 x controle remoto controle, 4 x Propeller Guard Cover, 4 x CW hélice, 4 Hélice x CCW, 1 x chave de fenda, 4 x trem de pouso, 1 Carregador x USB, 1 x Manual inglês
Principais características- Real-time videos and images transmission: 0.3MP or 2MP WiFi camera ( the function is only for the verison with a camera )- Barometer altitude hold function: stabilize the drone either it flying or hovering to make clear videos and images easier- One key takeoff: just fly the drone...
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This is was first quadcopter and it was lots of fun to fly, the controls are very easy to learn and the trimming is also easy to do for fine tuning, battery life is reasonable, I was careless and even let my son play/crash it as well as others who have never used a quadcopter, it was so much fun while it lasted and put a smile on other people's faces, my second quadcopter was the UDI and it was nowhere near as fun, get some extra batteries
I bought two of these for my remote control junkie boyfriend for Christmas, he's really into rock crawlers and expensive professional remote control big-boy toys that cost hundreds of dollars, I did a ton of research but still worried that these would feel like a cheap toy to him, ;We take tons of pics and videos and while the quality is abysmal
This is an excellent quadcopter, it's very stable in flight, withstands multiple crashes well I've had quite a few, and one of the best things is the spare parts are plentiful and cheap, but finding the spare parts may be exceedingly difficult, as well as quite often the parts quickly become obselete, finding spare parts for became impossible