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RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)

RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)

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RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
RC Drone,WiFi 4K HD Camera Live Video RC Quadcopter with Altitude Hold, Gravity Sensor Function, RTF and Easy to Fly for Beginner (Drone)
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Features

  • FPV REAL-TIME TRANSMITTION: With the built-in WiFi module, you can see exactly what your camera sees with a live video on your mobile device by installing the APP.
  • HEADLESS MODE - No More Confuse About the Direction : As a Beginner or Kid, you may concern about direction identify (especially non-sensitive about the direction ones), then you can activate headless mode in the beginning of flight, thus no need to distinguish the drone's direction, and you can fly the drone easily.
  • AUTOMATIC ALTITUDE HOLD: Powerful air pressure altitude hold function allows you to release the throttle stick and the drone will keep hovering at the current height. Easy for you to shoot quality images or videos
  • EASY SAFE AND FUN TO PLAY FOR BEGINNERS: Built-in the latest 6-axis flight control systems offer strong stability, easily implement various flight movements, stronger wind resistance; Headless mode eliminates need to adjust aircraft position before flight & improves learning curve.
  • LONG FLIGHT TIME: Includes 3 strong powerful 3.7V 600 mAh LiPo batteries to extend the fun! FAA Registration NOT Required.

Description

NOTE:This product is sold exclusively by Benyi. Choice Benyi, enjoy high quality products and excellent customer service. Functions: 3D rollover,Air Press Altitude Hold,Forward/backward,Headless Mode,Speed up,Turn left/right,Up/down,With light Air press altitude hold: after using the left joystick to control the ascending / descending flight of the aircraft, free up the left joystick and the quadcopter will still hover at that height at which the joystick is freed With 2.0MP HD camera for photograph / recording WiFi FPV system: Allows real time image transmission when you connect your quadcopter and phone via WiFi Speed switch function: three different flight modes let pilots of all skill levels to have fun Headless mode, no need to adjust the position of aircraft before flying Ascend / descend, forward / backward, left / right rotation, throw to fly, etc. Strong anti-interference performance ensures long distance control 6 axis gyro system makes it more stable and easy to operate Can perform 360 degree flips / rolls ( forward / backward, left / right ) With multicolor LED lights making the flight more spectacular especially in the dark Specifications: Built-in Gyro: 6 Axis Gyro Remote Control: 2.4GHz Camera: 2.0MP HD Control Distance: 100m Playing Time: About 10 mins(With Extra 2 Batteries can last fly about 30 mins) Charging time: About 90 mins Battery: 3.7v 600mAh Li-on Battery Transmitter: 4 x AA battery (not included) Box Size: 33.5 x 23 x 12 cm Product Size: 31.5 x 31.5 x 10.5 cm Package Contents: 1 x Quadcopter 1 x Transmitter 3 x Batteries 1 x USB Charging Cable 2 x CW Propeller 2 x CCW Propeller 4 x Landing Skid 1 x Camera 1 x Screwdriver 1 x User Manual


Product Dimensions: 13.4 x 13.4 x 4.7 inches


Item Weight: 1.43 pounds


Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Mfg Recommended age: 14 year and up


Manufacturer: Benyi


Shipping

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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • FPV REAL-TIME TRANSMITTION: With the built-in WiFi module, you can see exactly what your camera sees with a live video on your mobile device by installing the APP.
  • HEADLESS MODE - No More Confuse About the Direction : As a Beginner or Kid, you may concern about direction identify (especially non-sensitive about the direction ones), then you can activate headless mode in the beginning of flight, thus no need to distinguish the drone's direction, and you can fly the drone easily.
  • AUTOMATIC ALTITUDE HOLD: Powerful air pressure altitude hold function allows you to release the throttle stick and the drone will keep hovering at the current height. Easy for you to shoot quality images or videos
  • EASY SAFE AND FUN TO PLAY FOR BEGINNERS: Built-in the latest 6-axis flight control systems offer strong stability, easily implement various flight movements, stronger wind resistance; Headless mode eliminates need to adjust aircraft position before flight & improves learning curve.
  • LONG FLIGHT TIME: Includes 3 strong powerful 3.7V 600 mAh LiPo batteries to extend the fun! FAA Registration NOT Required.

Description

NOTE:This product is sold exclusively by Benyi. Choice Benyi, enjoy high quality products and excellent customer service. Functions: 3D rollover,Air Press Altitude Hold,Forward/backward,Headless Mode,Speed up,Turn left/right,Up/down,With light Air press altitude hold: after using the left joystick to control the ascending / descending flight of the aircraft, free up the left joystick and the quadcopter will still hover at that height at which the joystick is freed With 2.0MP HD camera for photograph / recording WiFi FPV system: Allows real time image transmission when you connect your quadcopter and phone via WiFi Speed switch function: three different flight modes let pilots of all skill levels to have fun Headless mode, no need to adjust the position of aircraft before flying Ascend / descend, forward / backward, left / right rotation, throw to fly, etc. Strong anti-interference performance ensures long distance control 6 axis gyro system makes it more stable and easy to operate Can perform 360 degree flips / rolls ( forward / backward, left / right ) With multicolor LED lights making the flight more spectacular especially in the dark Specifications: Built-in Gyro: 6 Axis Gyro Remote Control: 2.4GHz Camera: 2.0MP HD Control Distance: 100m Playing Time: About 10 mins(With Extra 2 Batteries can last fly about 30 mins) Charging time: About 90 mins Battery: 3.7v 600mAh Li-on Battery Transmitter: 4 x AA battery (not included) Box Size: 33.5 x 23 x 12 cm Product Size: 31.5 x 31.5 x 10.5 cm Package Contents: 1 x Quadcopter 1 x Transmitter 3 x Batteries 1 x USB Charging Cable 2 x CW Propeller 2 x CCW Propeller 4 x Landing Skid 1 x Camera 1 x Screwdriver 1 x User Manual


Product Dimensions: 13.4 x 13.4 x 4.7 inches


Item Weight: 1.43 pounds


Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Mfg Recommended age: 14 year and up


Manufacturer: Benyi


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • FPV REAL-TIME TRANSMITTION: With the built-in WiFi module, you can see exactly what your camera sees with a live video on your mobile device by installing the APP.
  • HEADLESS MODE - No More Confuse About the Direction : As a Beginner or Kid, you may concern about direction identify (especially non-sensitive about the direction ones), then you can activate headless mode in the beginning of flight, thus no need to distinguish the drone's direction, and you can fly the drone easily.
  • AUTOMATIC ALTITUDE HOLD: Powerful air pressure altitude hold function allows you to release the throttle stick and the drone will keep hovering at the current height. Easy for you to shoot quality images or videos
  • EASY SAFE AND FUN TO PLAY FOR BEGINNERS: Built-in the latest 6-axis flight control systems offer strong stability, easily implement various flight movements, stronger wind resistance; Headless mode eliminates need to adjust aircraft position before flight & improves learning curve.
  • LONG FLIGHT TIME: Includes 3 strong powerful 3.7V 600 mAh LiPo batteries to extend the fun! FAA Registration NOT Required.

Description

NOTE:This product is sold exclusively by Benyi. Choice Benyi, enjoy high quality products and excellent customer service. Functions: 3D rollover,Air Press Altitude Hold,Forward/backward,Headless Mode,Speed up,Turn left/right,Up/down,With light Air press altitude hold: after using the left joystick to control the ascending / descending flight of the aircraft, free up the left joystick and the quadcopter will still hover at that height at which the joystick is freed With 2.0MP HD camera for photograph / recording WiFi FPV system: Allows real time image transmission when you connect your quadcopter and phone via WiFi Speed switch function: three different flight modes let pilots of all skill levels to have fun Headless mode, no need to adjust the position of aircraft before flying Ascend / descend, forward / backward, left / right rotation, throw to fly, etc. Strong anti-interference performance ensures long distance control 6 axis gyro system makes it more stable and easy to operate Can perform 360 degree flips / rolls ( forward / backward, left / right ) With multicolor LED lights making the flight more spectacular especially in the dark Specifications: Built-in Gyro: 6 Axis Gyro Remote Control: 2.4GHz Camera: 2.0MP HD Control Distance: 100m Playing Time: About 10 mins(With Extra 2 Batteries can last fly about 30 mins) Charging time: About 90 mins Battery: 3.7v 600mAh Li-on Battery Transmitter: 4 x AA battery (not included) Box Size: 33.5 x 23 x 12 cm Product Size: 31.5 x 31.5 x 10.5 cm Package Contents: 1 x Quadcopter 1 x Transmitter 3 x Batteries 1 x USB Charging Cable 2 x CW Propeller 2 x CCW Propeller 4 x Landing Skid 1 x Camera 1 x Screwdriver 1 x User Manual


Product Dimensions: 13.4 x 13.4 x 4.7 inches


Item Weight: 1.43 pounds


Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up


Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Mfg Recommended age: 14 year and up


Manufacturer: Benyi


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By w. s. - Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2018
Quality, performance and even extra motors!!
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Very amazing. First off, I was greatly impressed by the fact that it came with extra batteries and extra props and even extra Motors. The first thing I did was put the quad together. The screws for the landing gear and for the prop guards are already in place and all you have to do is snap the piece on and screw the screw down you cannot lose the screw as it is already apart of the piece. The transmitter takes four double a batteries. The transmitter and the quad both have very bright indicator lights. The Drone was easy to assemble and easy to fly. It also flew very strong and very easy. It did not lose a lot of altitude when it did flips and rolls which is very impressive considering it was carrying a gimbal a camera prop guards landing gear. I believe the quad comes in other options I got the best option with the best camera and it hooks to your Wi-Fi on your phone to allow you to record 720p high-definition video. The clip that holds your phone is very strong and very good quality. Whereas the transmitter is a stock standard transmitter it feels good when you fly the gimbals feel smooth and it operates flawlessly. I did experience very long flight times with this quad but because it is cold outside I'm sure they are less than what they should be in warm temperature. There will be no trouble getting 30 minute flight times with this quad with the included batteries. Overall it is a great value, I am very very impressed with the quality and the included items, and it even flies very good and easy to control. It's strong enough to hold steady and it has a pretty impressive punch out. I highly recommend this drone for newcomers and experienced Flyers alike.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Blessed Mom - Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2020
Disappeared
I bought this for my sons birthday (he turned 12) and to use while we were building a house. We acclimated ourself to the drone via YouTube as all of the instructions we received were in Chinese. We practiced with it in our backyard and understood how it worked. The first time we really used it was today. I watched my son control it up. I asked him to hold it at about 25 feet while I took a couple pictures of the land and the build site. When we started to bring it down, it appeared a signal jammed it up. The drone quite literally shot off and up in another direction. As my son chased after it it became very apparent he was not going to be able to regain control. It...was gone. I don’t know which was worse, watching my son weep over his favorite birthday present being lost at no fault of his own or the fact that I just spent ~$70 on this thing and it’s gone. Forever.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mikel Berry - Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2020
Great quadcopter for experienced flyers.
Okay, at the onset, I'd like to clear something up. This quadcopter is a great little quad. But, not for beginners. I will go into this much deeper, as an experienced flyer of both quadcopters and drones, I feel like I should offer some tips on flying this quad, as it is completely manual, with NONE of the control features you would expect of a true drone. (Which is perfectly okay. This quad is a TOY. A very good one, lots of fun, but still a toy. You should not expect it to do the kind of things a $2,000 drone does.) This quad is great for someone wanting to get their grit, on flying a 'by the stick' quadcopter. It's small, durable, inexpensive, comes with spare props, extra batteries and a simple instruction manual. The camera, legs and prop guards are easy to install. First thing that I noticed about the quadcopter is that this little guy is exactly like a pint sized Syma X8C, with the vertical hold, it operates just like a Syma X8HG. It came with three batteries. So, even though the batteries are only 3.7V, you still get pretty close to thirty minutes actual air time. Including time to change batteries and relaunch, you could have about an hour of fun time. Then, seeing that these batteries are fairly common, you can get spares and a multi-charger pretty cheap. This would make your flying time just as long as you want. Now, the quad's camera does NOT have a place for a memory card, so the only record of the flight will be on your phone, using the app. The app is quite good, offering a lot of features. I only used the video portion, using the transmitter for all directional controls. Now come the REAL flying instructions. Now, about flying this quadcopter. It is NOT for the beginner. An unexperienced flyer will lose it or crash it, guaranteed. First, before you put this bird in the air, I STRONGLY recommend that you print your phone number on some paper (in small but legible font) cut it out, put it face down on some tape (your making a label) and tape it to your quad. This quad is light enough that it does NOT need FAA registration. But, if you ever lose it, maybe someone will find it and call you. I've lost some quads before, and was able to get them back (sometimes) this way. If you are NOT familiar with quadcopters or flying them, INSTALL THE PROP GUARDS! You will need them to protect your quadcopter's propellers, motors and even the quad itself from damage. You will be hitting walls, the ground, trees, cars, people, and so on. HOT TIP!: Learn how to power on and power off the propellers BEFORE attempting to fly it. And, repeat turning it on and off several times before taking off. If the quad starts to get away, you will want to know how to shut the motors off and just let it fall to the ground. It's either that or just watch it sail away with the wind. Next, practice forcing the quad to the ground (preferably out in the yard where there's soft grass to land in). This is important because if you find your quad rocketing towards a dangerous encounter, you want it to go to ground instead. But, before you start flying, you have to do two very important things. 1) Set your trims. This can only be done in an area big enough to allow the quad to hover freely, like in an empty garage. Hovering at a fixed height is no problem for this quad, because of the very sensitive barometric pressure sensor. Whatever height you bring it to, it will remain there. However, all of the other movements are manually controlled and NOT managed by electronics. So, there are buttons on the controller that allow you to adjust the trims of the vertical, forward/backward, side to side and rotation of the quadcopter, while it is supposed to be motionless. In the garage (or other appropriate place with NO air movement) bring the aircraft to a hover, about three feet off the floor. If you see the craft drifting in any direction (in it's six axis controls) use the trim buttons to correct it, until it remains perfectly still. This is VERY important. Because, the ability to properly control the aircraft in flight, depends on how well it hovers on it's own. Next, after you have the quad well trimmed, you really need to learn how to keep it in a stationary hover, with your hands on the sticks at all times. Start out in the garage, with no air movement and keep your aircraft within an imaginary box of about 6 ft square. After you have mastered this, you can take it outside on a calm day and do the same exercise. Even on a calm day, there will be some air movement, so it will be a little more challenging. This exercise is important. It gives you more automatic and comfortable responses to manage the direction and heading of the aircraft. Finally, now that you've become very familiar with the quad and it's controller, you've practiced hovering and adjusted the trims, it's time to start flying. If you don't have any experience flying a quadcopter that does NOT have GPS stabilization, you need to practice first, in a wide open area, away from buildings or trees. Keep the quad low, no more than 10 or 15 feet above the ground. When flying, out in the open keep the quad close to you, no more than 40 or 50 feet away. An open field with soft grass for landing (crashing) in is best. And, whatever you do, DO NOT let it get more than 15 feet up or 50 feet away. The higher it goes, and the further away, the harder it's going to be to correct any piloting errors and prevent a fly away. The altitude hold helps. But, without GPS stabilization, the quad can drift away before you know it. And, ALWAYS keep the drone facing away from you or in the direction of travel. This orientation is extremely important. If it's facing you, then left becomes right and away from you becomes toward you. It can be VERY confusing. The other controls, like auto take off and auto landing, headless mode, flips etc. should only be performed AFTER you have mastered the primary flying functions. This will help in navigation, as the quad will remain (somewhat) stationary when you want it to just hover. But, remember without GPS, it has NO HORIZONTAL PLANE STABILIZATION and will drift away if you let it. That's even on a windless day. Headless mode may help, if you have it set up correctly and it is functioning normally. Headless mode will always orient forward or backward to either away from you or towards you, no matter which way the nose is pointing. But, do NOT get to comfortable with this. The quadcopter does NOT know where you are or where the controller is. So, this function cannot be relied on too heavily. After flying for just a little while, headless mode may not function properly. Where to fly.... Well, obviously, in the house is not a good idea. Nor is in an alley, a small back yard, in the middle of the city, etc. You need a wide open area. Preferably, at least the size of a double tennis court or half a football field. Indoors, something the size of a basketball court is good. Outdoors, remember that this quad has a limited control range and even more limited video transmission range. It's also kind of a small craft and can be kind of hard to see at distances. So, in the open is great. But, DON'T let it get too far away. You should ALWAYS be able to see it clearly enough to know which way it's going. If this craft is anything like the Syma, it's control range is further than you can see it. But, don't test that theory. I have a collection of aircraft like this, that I have enjoyed flying for years. The one thing that I miss in this one is the onboard memory (micro-USB card) for a record of the flight that you don't have to watch the monitor for. However, the record function in the app will give you pretty good 720p video and good pics, right on your phone. The fun thing about this quad is that it's not really an aerial photography platform OR a racing quad. It's a toy, designed to be played with. It's not the fastest. But, it will still do some pretty cool maneuvers like pirouettes, corkscrews, banking turns, strafing runs, altitude peaks, etc. and you can catch it all on video. Plus, if you crash, you're probably not going to break anything, as long as you do all of this in the right venue. Note: After you have become comfortable with this craft, remove the propeller guards. They add weight, using more power and draining the battery. They also reduce the maneuverability of the craft, making flying more difficult and crashing more likely. The guards are important to the inexperienced flyer. But, for those that can fly without fear of crashing, they are unnecessary and a burden. This review has been more of a tutorial on how to fly a basic quadcopter than anything else. But, you will appreciate it with this aircraft. Finally, I can tell you that this quadcopter is as good as they get. As I said, it's a 'Mini'Me' of the Syma X8C quad that has the altitude hold of the X8HG. It's durable, flies well, has good FPV and app, and is just plain fun. Pay close attention to how far it is from you and DON'T let it get more than maybe 300 feet away. Just remember that one thing, and you will enjoy this quad very much. There are a lot of versions of this quad out there. But, I know that the Benyi performs well, and is very much worth the investment. Good purchase. Five stars.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Stephen Nuns - Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2019
DO NOT BUY
Garbage, not even a budget entry drone. I had to take the camera apart to orient it correctly, eve. Though there was a pass sticker on the camera. The APP is garbage and connects about 10% of the time. When it finally does connect, you have about 20 seconds of it working before it freezes. Keep in mind, this is before I even attempted to fly it...

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Richard Zhang - Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2019
Great Bang for the buck
The drone is working flawlessly so far. For its price, it is a steal compared with other similarly proced drones. The camera works great and the drone can withstand the wind like the halk. I would recommend them increasing the battery life, but they got 3 batteries so they made up the weakness. Bottom line: 5 stars our of 5 Key benefits: -High quality camera -Tough design to withstand winds. -Altitude Hold

5.0 out of 5 stars
By brian wang - Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2018
I really like the controls on this drone
This is a very cool drone. I really like the controls on this drone. The app control is very helpful especially for someone like me who is pretty new to flying. The altitude hold setting has been great for setting up aerial shots. I can get it in place and it will just hover in one spot to shoot video or take pictures. This drone has a 720P HD camera attached to it which you can use to take aerial photographs or videos. The footage is surprisingly clear. The drone is easy to learn to fly and great for beginners.. I would recommend this drone. It is a nice one with some good features.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By w. s. - Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2018
Quality, performance and even extra motors!!
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Very amazing. First off, I was greatly impressed by the fact that it came with extra batteries and extra props and even extra Motors. The first thing I did was put the quad together. The screws for the landing gear and for the prop guards are already in place and all you have to do is snap the piece on and screw the screw down you cannot lose the screw as it is already apart of the piece. The transmitter takes four double a batteries. The transmitter and the quad both have very bright indicator lights. The Drone was easy to assemble and easy to fly. It also flew very strong and very easy. It did not lose a lot of altitude when it did flips and rolls which is very impressive considering it was carrying a gimbal a camera prop guards landing gear. I believe the quad comes in other options I got the best option with the best camera and it hooks to your Wi-Fi on your phone to allow you to record 720p high-definition video. The clip that holds your phone is very strong and very good quality. Whereas the transmitter is a stock standard transmitter it feels good when you fly the gimbals feel smooth and it operates flawlessly. I did experience very long flight times with this quad but because it is cold outside I'm sure they are less than what they should be in warm temperature. There will be no trouble getting 30 minute flight times with this quad with the included batteries. Overall it is a great value, I am very very impressed with the quality and the included items, and it even flies very good and easy to control. It's strong enough to hold steady and it has a pretty impressive punch out. I highly recommend this drone for newcomers and experienced Flyers alike.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Blessed Mom - Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2020
Disappeared
I bought this for my sons birthday (he turned 12) and to use while we were building a house. We acclimated ourself to the drone via YouTube as all of the instructions we received were in Chinese. We practiced with it in our backyard and understood how it worked. The first time we really used it was today. I watched my son control it up. I asked him to hold it at about 25 feet while I took a couple pictures of the land and the build site. When we started to bring it down, it appeared a signal jammed it up. The drone quite literally shot off and up in another direction. As my son chased after it it became very apparent he was not going to be able to regain control. It...was gone. I don’t know which was worse, watching my son weep over his favorite birthday present being lost at no fault of his own or the fact that I just spent ~$70 on this thing and it’s gone. Forever.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mikel Berry - Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2020
Great quadcopter for experienced flyers.
Okay, at the onset, I'd like to clear something up. This quadcopter is a great little quad. But, not for beginners. I will go into this much deeper, as an experienced flyer of both quadcopters and drones, I feel like I should offer some tips on flying this quad, as it is completely manual, with NONE of the control features you would expect of a true drone. (Which is perfectly okay. This quad is a TOY. A very good one, lots of fun, but still a toy. You should not expect it to do the kind of things a $2,000 drone does.) This quad is great for someone wanting to get their grit, on flying a 'by the stick' quadcopter. It's small, durable, inexpensive, comes with spare props, extra batteries and a simple instruction manual. The camera, legs and prop guards are easy to install. First thing that I noticed about the quadcopter is that this little guy is exactly like a pint sized Syma X8C, with the vertical hold, it operates just like a Syma X8HG. It came with three batteries. So, even though the batteries are only 3.7V, you still get pretty close to thirty minutes actual air time. Including time to change batteries and relaunch, you could have about an hour of fun time. Then, seeing that these batteries are fairly common, you can get spares and a multi-charger pretty cheap. This would make your flying time just as long as you want. Now, the quad's camera does NOT have a place for a memory card, so the only record of the flight will be on your phone, using the app. The app is quite good, offering a lot of features. I only used the video portion, using the transmitter for all directional controls. Now come the REAL flying instructions. Now, about flying this quadcopter. It is NOT for the beginner. An unexperienced flyer will lose it or crash it, guaranteed. First, before you put this bird in the air, I STRONGLY recommend that you print your phone number on some paper (in small but legible font) cut it out, put it face down on some tape (your making a label) and tape it to your quad. This quad is light enough that it does NOT need FAA registration. But, if you ever lose it, maybe someone will find it and call you. I've lost some quads before, and was able to get them back (sometimes) this way. If you are NOT familiar with quadcopters or flying them, INSTALL THE PROP GUARDS! You will need them to protect your quadcopter's propellers, motors and even the quad itself from damage. You will be hitting walls, the ground, trees, cars, people, and so on. HOT TIP!: Learn how to power on and power off the propellers BEFORE attempting to fly it. And, repeat turning it on and off several times before taking off. If the quad starts to get away, you will want to know how to shut the motors off and just let it fall to the ground. It's either that or just watch it sail away with the wind. Next, practice forcing the quad to the ground (preferably out in the yard where there's soft grass to land in). This is important because if you find your quad rocketing towards a dangerous encounter, you want it to go to ground instead. But, before you start flying, you have to do two very important things. 1) Set your trims. This can only be done in an area big enough to allow the quad to hover freely, like in an empty garage. Hovering at a fixed height is no problem for this quad, because of the very sensitive barometric pressure sensor. Whatever height you bring it to, it will remain there. However, all of the other movements are manually controlled and NOT managed by electronics. So, there are buttons on the controller that allow you to adjust the trims of the vertical, forward/backward, side to side and rotation of the quadcopter, while it is supposed to be motionless. In the garage (or other appropriate place with NO air movement) bring the aircraft to a hover, about three feet off the floor. If you see the craft drifting in any direction (in it's six axis controls) use the trim buttons to correct it, until it remains perfectly still. This is VERY important. Because, the ability to properly control the aircraft in flight, depends on how well it hovers on it's own. Next, after you have the quad well trimmed, you really need to learn how to keep it in a stationary hover, with your hands on the sticks at all times. Start out in the garage, with no air movement and keep your aircraft within an imaginary box of about 6 ft square. After you have mastered this, you can take it outside on a calm day and do the same exercise. Even on a calm day, there will be some air movement, so it will be a little more challenging. This exercise is important. It gives you more automatic and comfortable responses to manage the direction and heading of the aircraft. Finally, now that you've become very familiar with the quad and it's controller, you've practiced hovering and adjusted the trims, it's time to start flying. If you don't have any experience flying a quadcopter that does NOT have GPS stabilization, you need to practice first, in a wide open area, away from buildings or trees. Keep the quad low, no more than 10 or 15 feet above the ground. When flying, out in the open keep the quad close to you, no more than 40 or 50 feet away. An open field with soft grass for landing (crashing) in is best. And, whatever you do, DO NOT let it get more than 15 feet up or 50 feet away. The higher it goes, and the further away, the harder it's going to be to correct any piloting errors and prevent a fly away. The altitude hold helps. But, without GPS stabilization, the quad can drift away before you know it. And, ALWAYS keep the drone facing away from you or in the direction of travel. This orientation is extremely important. If it's facing you, then left becomes right and away from you becomes toward you. It can be VERY confusing. The other controls, like auto take off and auto landing, headless mode, flips etc. should only be performed AFTER you have mastered the primary flying functions. This will help in navigation, as the quad will remain (somewhat) stationary when you want it to just hover. But, remember without GPS, it has NO HORIZONTAL PLANE STABILIZATION and will drift away if you let it. That's even on a windless day. Headless mode may help, if you have it set up correctly and it is functioning normally. Headless mode will always orient forward or backward to either away from you or towards you, no matter which way the nose is pointing. But, do NOT get to comfortable with this. The quadcopter does NOT know where you are or where the controller is. So, this function cannot be relied on too heavily. After flying for just a little while, headless mode may not function properly. Where to fly.... Well, obviously, in the house is not a good idea. Nor is in an alley, a small back yard, in the middle of the city, etc. You need a wide open area. Preferably, at least the size of a double tennis court or half a football field. Indoors, something the size of a basketball court is good. Outdoors, remember that this quad has a limited control range and even more limited video transmission range. It's also kind of a small craft and can be kind of hard to see at distances. So, in the open is great. But, DON'T let it get too far away. You should ALWAYS be able to see it clearly enough to know which way it's going. If this craft is anything like the Syma, it's control range is further than you can see it. But, don't test that theory. I have a collection of aircraft like this, that I have enjoyed flying for years. The one thing that I miss in this one is the onboard memory (micro-USB card) for a record of the flight that you don't have to watch the monitor for. However, the record function in the app will give you pretty good 720p video and good pics, right on your phone. The fun thing about this quad is that it's not really an aerial photography platform OR a racing quad. It's a toy, designed to be played with. It's not the fastest. But, it will still do some pretty cool maneuvers like pirouettes, corkscrews, banking turns, strafing runs, altitude peaks, etc. and you can catch it all on video. Plus, if you crash, you're probably not going to break anything, as long as you do all of this in the right venue. Note: After you have become comfortable with this craft, remove the propeller guards. They add weight, using more power and draining the battery. They also reduce the maneuverability of the craft, making flying more difficult and crashing more likely. The guards are important to the inexperienced flyer. But, for those that can fly without fear of crashing, they are unnecessary and a burden. This review has been more of a tutorial on how to fly a basic quadcopter than anything else. But, you will appreciate it with this aircraft. Finally, I can tell you that this quadcopter is as good as they get. As I said, it's a 'Mini'Me' of the Syma X8C quad that has the altitude hold of the X8HG. It's durable, flies well, has good FPV and app, and is just plain fun. Pay close attention to how far it is from you and DON'T let it get more than maybe 300 feet away. Just remember that one thing, and you will enjoy this quad very much. There are a lot of versions of this quad out there. But, I know that the Benyi performs well, and is very much worth the investment. Good purchase. Five stars.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Stephen Nuns - Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2019
DO NOT BUY
Garbage, not even a budget entry drone. I had to take the camera apart to orient it correctly, eve. Though there was a pass sticker on the camera. The APP is garbage and connects about 10% of the time. When it finally does connect, you have about 20 seconds of it working before it freezes. Keep in mind, this is before I even attempted to fly it...

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Richard Zhang - Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2019
Great Bang for the buck
The drone is working flawlessly so far. For its price, it is a steal compared with other similarly proced drones. The camera works great and the drone can withstand the wind like the halk. I would recommend them increasing the battery life, but they got 3 batteries so they made up the weakness. Bottom line: 5 stars our of 5 Key benefits: -High quality camera -Tough design to withstand winds. -Altitude Hold

5.0 out of 5 stars
By brian wang - Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2018
I really like the controls on this drone
This is a very cool drone. I really like the controls on this drone. The app control is very helpful especially for someone like me who is pretty new to flying. The altitude hold setting has been great for setting up aerial shots. I can get it in place and it will just hover in one spot to shoot video or take pictures. This drone has a 720P HD camera attached to it which you can use to take aerial photographs or videos. The footage is surprisingly clear. The drone is easy to learn to fly and great for beginners.. I would recommend this drone. It is a nice one with some good features.