for the price - it isgreat. Kids loved it and could quickly get the hang of it, both the 12 years old and the 6 years one. Camera and all. Problem - it can get lost when it runs out of its wifi range from the controller, and it is very delicate - hitting an iron post - and one rotor leg broke. Yet - it was easy to fix with super glue and a bandage. spare parts are useful to keep it going. Be ware of the blades - they are exposed and kids can get hurt. Also - short battery life - so get a spare one with it.
Mark S. Fowler
This is my first drone. For the price you can't beat it. It connects with your phone or portable device's wifi. Download the JJRC application from the PlayStore, don't get confused with scanning the QR code it is unnecessary. Read through the instructions to learn how to fly it. I plan to get a lot of practice with this devise and maybe move to a nicer model in the future.
This drone is quite small and light. like the blue color. neat how it folds up. battery recharges by using USB dongle. I didn't see instructions on how to charge it, so might be wise to put that in there. Camera shows up great. LIke how the drone has the red n blue lights. It will take time to get used to, you would use a phone app to control it. Comes with replacement blades.
This is a fun little drone with great stability. After a few small trim adjustments, I had this easily hovering in air without having to fight it with the controls. It took me a while to get used to controlling the drone only with a mobile app and not a physical controller, but that was just me.
Good for into level drone flyers. It'll take sone time to get use to the controls because of the video on controls layout. Also expect lagging video feed due to slow wifi transmission rates as on any wifi drone.
This an excellent little Drone for someone with dainty & thin fingers to control it through the phone app. So in effect, it was a futile experience for me and my fat fingers. Otherwise it's a nice beginners' drone that is quite hardy and resilient while at the same time very attractive and easy to set up. ( All my attempts at controlling the drone through the phone app got me lots of exercise running for blocks to catch up to and land the drone, whether on treetops or neighboring roofs, thankfully no birds were harmed during my wayward flights, and the altitude hold feature never did any good on mine). I think I've learned that at 67 yrs old..I'd be better off just watching other people flying their drones.
Nice little drone. I fly it around the office. I do see people saying it shot up straight to the ceiling. This did happen to me as well but it was cause I wasnt cautious about how fast I made tge drone go up. If its done too fast it will shoot up fast and stay stuck on the ceiling. The key is to do it very slow and the drone flies great