---Large-size foldable quadcopter professional GPS drone
---Two-axis stabilization: Click pictures from innovative angles with this mini drone's two-axis stabilization mechanical Pan-Tilt feature.
---Self-stabilizing gimbal camera helps you to achieve a tilt angle of 110˚ while the vertical photography angle is -90˚/+20˚.
Product name: GPS Brushless Quadcopter Drone
Product size: 45x40x12cm (before folding) 21x11x9cm (after folding)
Positioning system: GPS / GLONASS dual-mode positioning
Motor model: 1806 Brushless
Camera features : 2-axis anti-shake Gimbal
Flight weight is about 600g
Charging time: about 6hours
Remote control distance: about 3000m
Transmission distance: about 1500m
Remote control height: about 120m
Gesture recognition shooting: 1-3m
Aerial image parameters:
Wifi frequency: 5G and others
Normal ESC Version Camera:
Video resolution: 2048X1080P
6K Gimbal Version Camera: Purchase here.
Video resolution: 3840X2160P
Transmission frame rate: 25fps
A spare set of rotor blades and a back up battery are included.
Please note it is against the law to fly a drone or model aircraft without having the required IDs. You can also be fined for breaking the law when flying. In the most serious cases, you could be sent to prison.
If you wish to fly a drone you are required by law to take the CAA online theory test to make sure you know where you should and shouldn't be flying and the basic safety essentials. If you own a drone you will also be required to purchase a licence here, currently priced at £9 as of 20/08/2021.
Insurance for drones and model aircraft below 20kg
If you fly a drone or model aircraft that weighs less than 20kg for fun, recreation, sport, or as a hobby, you can choose whether or not to have insurance.
If you fly for any other reason, you must have third party liability insurance. For example, you must have insurance if you:
- get paid to take pictures or record video or carry out surveys
- use your drone for work, such as on a farm, park or estate
Although insurance is optional if you only fly for fun, recreation, sport, or as a hobby, remember you’re responsible for your actions. You could be held personally liable for any injury or damage you cause, so you may want to consider getting third party liability insurance.