RC Folding Pocket Drone - with Built-In Camera!
This Nano drone is a hire wire act that balances excellent performance in a small, smartly designed pocketable package. Throw it in your jacket pocket or bag and the drone sits protected inside the controller. It's easy to keep tabs on this drone when you always know it's with the remote. It's packed with features like 6 Axis Gyro stabilization, One Key Return to Home , Headless mode and an camera ready to record video or photos at your command. The 2.4G digital ensures signal security while you perform flip stunts or record things up to 100 Ft away, indoors or out. Recharging is a snap and also included is prop guard protection for added safety. The RC Folding Pocket Drone proves once and for all that great things really can come in small packages.
This drone weighs 0.042bs - 0.019kgs - 19.05grams
This item is below the minimum weight for which the new Canadian legislation applies. However, please fly responsibly so that drones can continue to be enjoyed by all without the need for further
or more restrictive regulations being imposed. This means that the community of drone pilots (or any other model aircraft) needs to continue to use and practice common sense, and to consider public safety and privacy.
Fly in a safe and responsible manner so that drones can continue to be enjoyed by everyone. Stay far away from airports, aircraft, restricted airspace, buildings, crowds etc.
Its now the law! If you fly your drone for fun and it weighs more than 250 g and up to 35 kg, follow these new rules. Flying for fun? New rules for recreational drone users
Specification & Features
- Headless Mode + One key return to home.
- Recharge via USB Connection
- 4 Channel Advanced Control
- High Speed
- Indoor or Outdoor
- Range 30m / 100ft
- 3 x AAA (not included)
- 360 degrees Inversion mode
- 6D Gyro Stabilization
- Weight 0.042bs - 0.019kgs - 19.05grams
Carefully review and follow the laws/regulations when flying a UAV:
Unmanned Aircraft Systems. What Can I Do with my Model Aircraft?
Press Release FAA Announces Small UAS Registration Rule
Know Before You Fly
Flying for fun? New rules for recreational drone users
Flying An Unmanned Aircraft? You May Need Permission From Transport Canada
Flying a drone recreationally