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Isabelle Bousquet Quadcopter June 12th, 2018 - 14:04:57
When buying a Remote Control Quadcopter you should take into consideration the accessibility of spare parts components. You will likely experience a crash to your Quadcopter specifically if you are merely a rookie to this hobby. Thus it is essential to know that the Quadcopter version you bought has lots of readily available spare components for sale. Some repair works require using a soldering kit so its a great idea to get one when you place your order. It is consistently recommended that you acquire extra batteries as the smaller Drone will only fly for around 8 minutes on one battery charge. Along with the countless Quadcopter Review sites there is also an abundance of wonderful videos on YouTube and youll find committed Facebook Pages that are an excellent source of information on the subject. Doing a comprehensive your study is recommended before acquiring a bigger and a lot pricier version.
The battery that comes with the model is a 1S 3.7V 500 mAh LiPo battery and provides about 10 minutes of battery life. The battery does take about 45 minutes to charge so you might want to get yourself a couple extra batteries so that you can fly for longer periods of time. They are pretty cheap and provide for much more fun! And dont worry about crashing as long as you are over grass you can pretty much crash it as much as you want. The carbon fiber spars are strong and the plastic canopy is durable. It is so light that there is not a lot of momentum built up in a crash so there is not a lot of damage that can occur. But if you DO happen to break something there are in depth tutorials online on how to repair your little quadcopter. It also comes with spare propellers and you can buy replacement parts online.
If you are thinking about getting into the RC hobby then you have most likely seen the quadcopter craze that has swept the world. These little unmanned aerial vehicles are very fun to fly you can hover you can go backwards you can go straight up or down. All things that you cant really do in an RC plane. But it is also a little bit more difficult to learn to fly (I think). The reason for this is because of orientation. With a plane it is much more clear which way is forward and to maintain lift you are always going forward. However with a quadcopter or any multirotor it is much more difficult to maintain orientation because you have a symmetric frame. If it is a quadcopter you have 4 motors in an X formation and you can choose which way is forward by how you mount the flight control board. But once you get up in the air you have to remember which way is forward and maintain that orientation through all the maneuvers. I have found that a good way to help maintain orientation is by making the propellers in the front a different color from the propellers in the back. For example on mine the front two are bright orange and the black two are blue. This way when flying I am able to tell which way is forward. But even then if I get a little ways away it can be hard to see the props so some people will add a light weight canopy or a bright ball to indicate forward direction.
There are a lot of quadcopters out there for beginners. The Smya X1 is one of the most popular. I like it because it has a 2.4GHz transmitter is very durable and very easy to fly. You can also make it do flips at the touch of a button to impress your friends. But recently I just got the Blade mQX and I must say I am quite impressed. It is actually similar in size to the Syma X1 but it boasts better performance with 4 brushed 8.5 mm motors 5.5 inch blades and a 4-in-1 receiver/ESCs/mixer/sensor that acts as flight control board. The built in DSM2 receiver is one thing I really like about the Blade mQX a lot of quadcopters come with proprietary transmitters and receivers and it can be difficult without hacking the hardware to make it compatible with your existing transmitter. With the Blade mQX you are able to bind it with any DSM2 compatible radio such as Spektrum radios.