Parrot Pf723100 Swat Airborne Night Minidrone With Headlights - Black available on September 19 2018 from TechForLess for itemprop="offers" target="_external" title="" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Offer">48.27
Parrot Airborne Night MiniDrone - SWAT (Black) available on January 27 2016 from Amazon for 102.49
EAN bar code 3520410028748 ξ1 registered May 17 2018
EAN bar code 3520410028748 ξ2 registered January 27 2016
This Bluetooth-enabled drone is controlled via your compatible iOS or Android device with the FreeFlight 3 app. Using the app, you can make the SWAT perform complicated pre-programmed stunts or just fly, as long as it's within a range of 65 feet. The SWAT is equipped with two adjustable headlights that allow you to pilot it in the dark or other low-light environments. A built-in 640 x 480 resolution camera allows you to take aerial shots which are stored on the SWAT's 1 GB of flash memory and can be transferred to your computer or mobile device with the included USB cable.
So I bought this from the Apple Store and it's been through three charges already and it is stable and easy to fly. I advise you use the cage to practice on first and then when you feel ready to take it off and start scratching things up go for it. On the contrary, the whole "using your phone to fly" thing is odd but you'll get used to it. Parrot has done a great job with the app it hasn't crashed nor froze and it's been going pretty well. Here's a tip to save you the..
I was really excited about this product and had one great indoor flight, then recharged. Two days later - a software update occurred, but I thought nothing of it and went outside. After hitting the "take off" button, I saw the drone climb and stopped responding to my control inputs. I hit the "emergency" button to make the drone land, but there was no response... It kept climbing until it was out of sight. Apparently this uncontrolled..