Visuo Zen K1 Brushless Folding GPS 4K HD Camera Drone Flight Test Review
This brushless folding GPS drone data 2K video and 4K images on to an SD card, avoiding recorded video lag and dropped frames. Discover it right here with one battery , with two spare batteries and purse , and with three spare batteries and purse
– Folding drone for max portability and safety of the drone throughout journey.
– Brushless motors.
– GPS with automated return to dwelling and touchdown on command, lack of sign, or low battery.
– Optical movement sensor for automated indoor hovering.
– Headless mode and altitude maintain functionality.
– 2K video and 4K picture recording. Information are recorded on to an onboard micro SD card. A telephone shouldn’t be crucial for video or picture recording.
– Huge angle lens with distant up/down management of the lens. Can view any angle from roughly 10 levels as much as 90 levels down.
– FPV Go app offers actual time FPV video and sharing functionality. The app additionally contains digital video stabilization, 50X digital zoom, gesture management, circle and observe me functionality.
– 11.1V 2500mah battery offers properly over 20 minutes flight time.
– Weighs 501 grams (1.1 pound). Will possible require registration in lots of international locations.
– FPV vary considerably brief. Most FPV vary different from 100 to 200 meters relying on the telephone that I used.
– The FPV Go app requires use of 802.11ac WiFi. Not all telephones have this functionality. It is extremely vital to first confirm that your telephone is 802.11ac WiFi succesful earlier than buying.
– Waypoint characteristic wouldn’t work with the app.
– Activation of the app's digital video stabilization could cause extreme lag of the FPV video.
– Loads of video jello.
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