Sunday, 6 November 2016

Aviax F2C Quadcopter Drone Flight Test Review - Soars through the air, capturing moments of wonder.


This quadcopters packaging is unlike any other drone ive come across, once the lid has been pulled off the internal box flaps pull down revealing all technical specs on one side and the other 3 contain some photogenic shots of the copter itself.   The 2 plastic beds stacked on top of each other contain the quad and underneath the accessory bags and transmitter, the box also contains the following:-

1 x Quadcopter
1 x Transmitter
4 x Propellers 
4 x Spare Propellers
1 x USB battery charger
1 x Screwdriver
1 x mini bag of screws
2 x Landing sprigs
1 x Camera
4 x Propeller guards


The quad only needs a few parts attached, these parts are:-

4 x Propellers
2 x Landing Sprigs
1 x Camera
4 x Propeller guards

Once all parts are attached you will be ready to charge the battery, this takes 30-45 minutes for a 8 minute flight time.


The copter seems very stable when it takes off under lowest power setting, it flies to a good altitude quite quickly and 
stays there happily, when you switch the power upwards to intermediate the drone still handles well.  Its when you switch up to the highest mode (3 beeps) the left and right turning starts to get quite shaky and at speed it doesn’t feel   as if full control is had, but at no point did the quad fall out of the sky or drop significantly while turning.
The attached camera gives ok video, there isn’t much jello and the picture isn’t too whitewashed.   If the camera is left recording video then the flight time of the quad is 6 minutes, without or with occasional photos then 7-8 minutes. 

Overall 7/10     

POSITIVES = Stylish design, fantastic transmitter, adjustable speed is best to fly on intermediate  almost silent operation        
NEGATIVES = Shaky turning, doesn’t seem powerful enough, camera drains battery fast. 

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