If your drone travels out of range or loses its control signal, it stops at its current location and starts landing after a few seconds. If it regains signal before reaching the ground, it continues on its flight. Some drones have the option to return to the controller if their radio link fails.
You can only use your drone in the rain if it is waterproof. Otherwise, there’s a high risk of water damaging your drone. If you’re a drone photographer that’s tempted to capture epic shots in the rain, think about the poor visibility and strong winds that might come along.
Yes, and these restrictions vary based on your country or region. Please check with your local authorities for rules that apply. You will generally need to register with the appropriate authorities in your region if your drone is heavier than a specified weight. You might also need to adhere to the following rules: Do not…
Yes, we will ship to wherever you are in the world provided that our courier company supports your shipping location.
More rotors mean more lift for your drone. They also increase your drone’s stability. High-end drones usually have more rotors for lifting heavy cameras. Another advantage of having more rotors is that they can serve as a backup if one of the rotors or electronic speed controllers fails during a flight.
First, try to retrieve your drone, which should be straightforward if you flew it within eyesight. After retrieving your drone, inspect it for physical damage. If you don’t notice any physical damage to your drone apart from a broken propeller, you can run some tests. Do this by removing all propellers from the drone, installing…
Most of our drones don’t require any assembly or setup and are ready to fly right after unboxing. However, you might need to charge the battery, fix the propellers in place, or connect the drone to the controller before flying. A few other drones might require assembly before you can fly them.