Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Voomall JJRC H26D 2.4G 4CH 6-Axis Gyro Headless Mode One Key Return RC Quadcopter Drone with 3MP Wide Angle HD Camera Green

So much fun to fly and the camera is so cool

I gave this 5 out of 5 stars

          When this Voomall JJRC H26D 2.4G 4CH 6-Axis Gyro drone arrived I opened the box and was a little sad that I had some assembly to do on it. First the propellers had to be installed. To do that, put the gear looking things thru the holes, then look at the propellers to see if they say "A" or "B". Match each A and B with the one on the top of the drone. If you put them on wrong, the drone will not fly at all. There are tiny screws included to hold the propellers on the gear looking things. Then you must plug in the camera and attach it to the bottom of the drone. There are 2 legs for landing gear. Just put them in at the bottom. The propeller guards need to be attached, the screws are included. There are lights on the guards that need to be plugged into the drone. The battery goes in the top. There is a screwdriver included that fits all the assembly screws. After it was fully assembled I did not feel so sad anymore because this was a cool drone. It is made out of plastic and seems to be pretty tough. It withstood all of my crashes.

This drone has headless mode and one key return. The camera has a 3MP wide angle HD lens. There is a slot to install a micro SD memory card. I recommend utilizing this cool camera. There are controls on the control pad that let you move the camera up, down and side to side. It is very cool and I really like that feature. There is a button to press to take photos and hold down for recording video. I was very happy to get the hang of how to fly  this almost right away. I still need practice working the camera though. This thing is powerful and can really go. I flew this up really high, so high that I almost could not see it anymore so I brought it back down because I did not want lose it. I bet it was OVER 300 yards, its was insane. The controls are simple. The left one works the propellers and makes it fly. The right side controls the directions. There are more settings but so far I just use the basics. I was quite impressed with this drone. I received this item for free to try in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

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