Unboxing & Assembly
A very professional looking cardboard box is the first thing that greats you. Inside there is a plastic bed and inside that you will find the following:-
- 2 x Spare Propellers
- 1 x USB charger
- 1 x JJRC Cygnus quadcopter
- 1 x transmitter
- 2 x manuals
- 1 x Camera
- 2 x Landing Sprigs
The camera and landing sprigs need to be attached, firstly i would say attach the camera first as you need the extra room to attach the cable to the body of the quadcopter once the camera is attached, not before.
It is the start of Storm Brian here in the UK and in a few more hours flying won’t be possible. So i thought i would get up very early and see if flying was a possibility, which it was. This drone flew excellently in a 3 speed modes, of course speed mode 1 is quite slow, 2 is quicker and 3 is the quickest. Now, this isn’t to say the drone is underpowered, on the contrary it is extremely powerful (for the price). The overall flight lasted around 10 - 12 minutes and was very enjoyable.
Positive - Such an incredible flight, light weight but with powerful motors, 3 speed modes, good quality camera output, camera can be angled, transmitter is very responsive, smart device fits in transmitter very well and felt secure, crashed when landing but didn’t hinder electronics, battery lasts 13 minutes, auto landing and take off work very well.
Negative - Video quality could always be better, too many buttons on the transmitter, battery compartment within transmitter is very tight for ‘AA’ batteries.
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