Syma X5SC-1 Falcon HD Camera Drone Quadcopter Unboxing, Maiden Flight, and Review

Today; Syma X5SC-1 Falcon HD Camera Drone Quadcopter we’re going to get from the box, and will perform its maiden flight.

First we open the box. The first display the user’s manual instruction.

Located on the top side of the foam protection, inside the box the drone, transmitter, remote control, battery, camera, on the bottom of the box which is required for domestic use, propeller guards and charging cables. Now, let’s start the review.

Syma X5SC-1 Falcon’s camera is small but it is 4 GB memory and includes a micro SD card. Sled is sitting in under the drone’s body. The body design is fine, the propellers are made of plastic. Batteries in the battery box and plug in the bottom of the drone to connect the input cables. On the drone, it has two green and two orange lamps.

Opens with the remote control power button. All information is contained in the LCD screen on the control. We will use “mode 2” as we. There is a button on the left which controls high and low rates and on the right 3D version button. The battery, when you charge 130 minutes, it only 5.5 minutes flies. Therefore, the battery is very low. The extra battery out of the box, need to get out.

Syma X5SC-1

If you combine a drone, it’s very easy, really you don’t need to have a brain for that. Syma X5SC-1 Falcon, according to the other small legendary Syma models, is very large. Meanwhile, I was charging the battery first and we we are ready to fly. The most important thing is;  all the changes we made mode 2 are gone because we did not save them. The remote opens in always mode 1.

The camera is pretty good for the price, but while it is recording video there is a lot of sound of the propeller. The landing do just fine. It can fly farther than we anticipated. The camera, located on green and stabilize light if the camera isn’t rolling, and flashing red means the camera rolling. This drone allows you to check your paper in the air.

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