The unit is available here: http://www.gearbest.com/rc-quadcopters/pp_141289.html
I don't get any money for this, but there's has a coupon code GBV686G.
- It's a good flyer and I think it will be pretty popular.
- Video is pretty decent for the price.
- Lights are great... this unit looks good at night.
- Buy some extra batteries and a charger if you don't have one already.
- The manual is pretty terrible. But I'll summarize everything you need below!
- Constant Tx beeping in heading-hold mode is crazy annoying!
- Doesn't seem to state video channel.
- Quadcopter, Transmitter, 1S 780mAh Lipo Battery
- HD Camera, Video Monitor, Video Antenna, 4GB Micro SD card, USB Card Reader
- 4 spare props, 4 prop protectors, Screwdriver, Monitor mounting hardware, Manual.
- LiPo and Monitor chargers, manual
Note that the web page advertises a 2GB Micro SD card, but mine came with a 4GB card.
- 1S, 780 mAh, JST connector, no specification on C-rating but I'm guessing it's 25C
- Transmitter takes 6 AA batteries (not included).
Setup is easy.
- Charge the LiPo battery and Video Receiver. Put AA's into the Transmitter.
- Attach the Video Receiver to the Transmitter with the supplied hardware.
- Put the quadcopter on a flat surface and plug in the battery. The light will start to flash.
- Turn on the Transmitter. After a few seconds, the quadcopter light will go solid and the Tx will stop beeping.
- Put the battery into the bottom of the compartment. The wires will fit nicely into the top.
- Ready to Fly!
The stick controls are standard. Special controls are:
- Left shoulder button : video record on/off. The blue camera light blinks while recording.
- Right shoulder button: Flip mode. Click, hear fast beep, move right stick in direction of flip.
- Button 1,2,3,4: Rates: 40%, 60%, 80%, 100%
- Button 5: Lights on/off
- Button 6: Camera, still picture
- Button 6 (2 second press) enter/exit headless mode