W609-5 Mini RTF RC Hexacopter vs JJRC H20C nano copter

 W609-5 Mini RTF RC Hexacopter:

W609-5 Mini RTF RC Hexacopter vs JJRC H20C nano copter, RC Drones Hexacopter, 2.4GHz Radio Control & Hand Throw Fly.
Advanced spread spectrum technology for further remote distance. Best anti-interference ability and least power consumption. You can fly more quadcopters at the same time with hand throw fly makes the W609-5 more interesting
It comes with two speed mode, high/low speed modes allow the user to enjoy both speed.
W609-5 RC hexacopter allows changing the percentage of response of quadcopter. You can set the response in low and high level, which is suitable for beginners and experts.

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6-axis gyro quad-rotorcraft flight, strong stability, can easily implement various flight movements, stronger wind resistance, easier to control.
High Intensity LEDs & 360° Flips, each side and the head of quadcopter there are some high intensity LED.

6-Axis gyroscope nano drone:

RC aircraft six-axis gyro stabilization provides much faster correction of attitude displacement than a 3 axis system. In addition to the three pitch, roll, and yaw gyro sensors, three additional accelerators are included that sense and automatically compensate for un-commanded movement (acceleration) in the three dimensions. Now our little quadcopter drone can automatically resist flipping and being blown about by sudden wind gusts (try flying a 3 axis quadcopter on a windy day to appreciate this).

Six axis stabilization also allows sensing of un-commanded side slip during turns. Very sharp banked turns can now easily achieved with a six axis quadcopter by simultaneously applying rudder and roll control. Such turns are extremely difficult to achieve with a three axis quadcopters.

indicators which are use to help you to see the orientation during flight. This 4-channel quadcopter can go forward, backward, up, down, turn left, right and left/right sideways fly and 360°flips.
3.7V 150mAh Lithium Battery ,with rechargeable lithium battery, 3.7V 150mAh, supports about 5 minutes flight time.

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W606-9 U-Lily drone auto hover drone FPV

Light weight U-Lily quadcopter

W606-9 U-Lily drone auto hover drone FPV easy flying safe technology drone sensor/auto hover quadcopter with wifi FPV. The new drone comes with 12 minutes flying time and one key return home, headless and auto motor stop features.

Auto Hover/drone sensor.

Fly the drone in specific altitude without worrying about altitude holding. This drone will keep the altitude where you put. Can able to record stable videos and capture good images.

Headless Mode。

Fly the drone without worry about its direction, give the instant flying experience.

WiFi FPV

You can snap amazing pictures by pushing the “Photo” button on the back side of the transmitter and share what you capture directly via your phone.

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Flight path:

Just draw a line on your smartphone, drone will follow it, where you draw drone will go there.

Safe Technology:

Out of range and running out of power, don’t worry, your drone will come to land automatically.

One Key Return / Landing

Intended for the novice, such functions only require you to push a button, as soon you get your drone land next to you.

Specification of  HJ TOYS Q-FLY W606-9 WIFI FPV HD VIDEO RC DRONE COPTER

▪ Thunder Dimensions: 37*37*6.6CMCM
▪ Thunder weight: 160G (only drone weight without transmitter)
▪ Product color: Black
▪ Product battery: 3.7V 1000MAH Li-po battery included
▪ Remote control battery: 4* AA (excluded)
▪ charging time: About 120 minutes
▪ Flying time: 12 minutes
▪ Radio Range: 50-100 meters
▪ Frequency: 2.4Ghz
▪ WIFI HD FPV live streaming up to 70 meters
▪ USB Cable charging

 

 

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W606-7 auto hover flight path fpv drone quadcopter

 

W606-7 auto hover flight path fpv drone quadcopter

W606-7 auto hover flight path fpv drone quadcopter

Auto hover flight path drone:

W606-7 auto hover flight path drone quadcopter is HJ toys latest product, easy to fly, flight path, auto return home, headless mode and easy to control.

Auto Hover:

Takeoff from ground and found your drone is stable altitude mode.

Headless Mode

You do not need to know where the front of the quadcopter is. In this mode, it flies with respect to your position.

WiFi FPV

You can snap amazing pictures by pushing the “Photo” button on the back side of the transmitter and share what you capture directly via your phone.

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Flight path:

Just draw a line on your smartphone, drone will follow it, where you draw drone will go there.

Safe Technology:

Out of range and running out of power, don’t worry, your drone will come to land automatically.

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One Key Return / Landing

Intended for the novice, such functions only require you to push a button, as soon you get your drone land next to you.

Specification of  HJ TOYS Q-FLY W606-6 WIFI FPV HD VIDEO RC DRONE COPTER

▪ Thunder Dimensions: 34.6*33.4*8.9CM
▪ Thunder weight: 160G (only drone weight without transmitter)
▪ Product color: Black
▪ Product battery: 3.7V 1000 MAH Li-po battery included
▪ Remote control battery: 4* AA (excluded)
▪ charging time: About 120 minutes
▪ Flying time: 9-10 minutes
▪ Radio Range: 50-100meters
▪ Frequency: 2.4Ghz
▪ WIFI HD FPV live streaming upto 70 meters
▪ USB Cable charging

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FAA completes landmark rules for commercial drones quadcopter

FAA completes landmark rules for commercial drones

FAA completes landmark rules commercial drones quadcopter

WASHINGTON – New drone rules from the Federal Aviation Administration limit most small commercial drone operations to daylight hours and require operators to get certified every two years.

The rules, made public Tuesday, mark the FAA’s first attempt at a comprehensive plan to ensure the popular remote-controlled aircraft can safely share the skies with commercial craft.

The FAA has already granted special permission for more than 5,300 commercial drone uses while it developed the final rules. Tuesday’s action opens the floodgates to tens of thousands more because drone operators won’t need to seek case-by-case approval.

The FAA’s 624-page rulebook allows commercial drones weighing up to 55 pounds to fly during daylight hours and lower than 400 feet in the air, or higher if within 400 feet of a taller building or tower. The aircraft must remain within sight of the operator or an observer who is in communication with the operator. The operators must be at least 16 years old and pass an aeronautics test every 24 months for a certificate and a background check by the Transportation Security Administration.

The rules govern commercial flights, such as for aerial photography or utilities inspection.

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striking the right balance between innovation and safety:

“We wanted to make sure we’re striking the right balance between innovation and safety,” said Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, who called the rule a “major milestone.”

Drones can operate in the evening only if the aircraft carries lights visible for three miles and FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said. Drone operators who want to conduct night flights, flights beyond what the operator can see or flights over people not associated with the operation would need demonstrate specific safety measures and seek a waiver, Huerta said.

“Our focus is to make this as streamlined as possible,” he said.

The final rule still has a 60-day comment period and details remain to be worked out, such as the written test for commercial operators.

Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, a trade group;

The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, a trade group, projects 70,000 jobs and $13.6 billion in economic impact will be created in the U.S. within three years of drones being allowed to fully share the skies. Amazon, Google and Walmart are testing drones for deliveries.

Huerta said research is continuing for automated programming over congested areas that would be required for deliveries, but he did not set a time frame for approving those sorts of flights.

“The department is working cooperatively with industry,” Huerta said. “We certainly see the benefit of this. What we need to see is that it can be done safely.”

Sarah Kreps, a government professor at Cornell University, said the regulations take modest steps to ensure safety with drone flights, but that a method to enforce the rules seems to be missing. FAA has fined drone operators for flying recklessly, but in few cases compared to the hundreds of thousands of aircraft.

“Given the growing prevalence of drones, it is hard to see how the Federal Aviation Administration actually can ensure that these rules are followed,” she said.

The Air Line Pilots Association, a union representing 53,000 pilots, commended the height limit and requirement to keep drones within sight. But the group, whose members have worried about collisions with drones, said hobbyists should be regulated as strictly as commercial operators.

“It is essential that all rules developed to promote the safe operation of unmanned aircraft systems must be consistent with and compatible with those for all other airspace users,” the group said in a statement.

Hobbyists have similar flight guidelines, but Congress exempted them from these formal rules. By June 8, FAA registered 464,591 drone operators who can fly one or more drones. Another 10,054 people registered one drone apiece for special permission for non-hobbyist operations such as for police and fire departments.

Huge sales of drones in 2015-2016

An estimated 700,000 to 1 million drones were sold during the 2015 holiday season, according to trade groups.

Airline and general-aviation pilots worry that a collision with a drone could bring down an aircraft. Pilots and others reported 1,346 drone sightings from November 2014 through January 2016. The reports to the FAA included sightings from airliners approaching or departing airports at thousands of feet in the air.

But the Academy of Model Aeronautics, a group representing 188,000 hobbyists, questions the credibility of the reports. The group found only 46 reports of “near misses” and no collisions.

The final rule will be highly beneficial to the industry overall, as it resolves many uncertainties in the law. And creates an improved regulatory environment,” said Dave Mathewson, the academy’s executive director. “We look forward to seeing widespread commercial and civil operations of unmanned aircraft take flight.”

The FAA first unveiled its proposed commercial rules in February 2015, after Congress ordered the FAA to fully integrate the skies with drones by September 2015. Drone manufacturers and operators have complained about the slow pace of rule-making, while acknowledging the importance of keeping flights safe.

As part of the integration, the FAA continues to research issues such as how to have the aircraft signal to each other to avoid collisions, and how to deal with drones that lose connection with their remote operators to avoid crashes. Future rules will cover larger drones.

“We’re still in the early days,” Jason Miller, deputy director of the National Economic Council.

DJI REACTION ABOUT THE FAA NEW REGULATIONS;

Adam Lisberg, spokesman for DJI, one of the largest drone manufacturers, called the rulebook a milestone for the industry.

The rules show that FAA thinks drones, which are useful for utility inspections, construction surveys, agricultural monitoring, university research. And search-and-rescue, can safely share the skies with passenger planes, Lisberg said.

“We take this as the FAA endorsing all of the benefits that drones can bring and that they can  safely integrate  with the proper precautions,” Lisberg said. “The FAA is saying drones are good for America and there are plenty of good reasons to see more of them in the air.”

Industry advocates are expected to push the FAA to allow nighttime flights and flights farther than the operator can see.

“This industry will no longer be identified by exceptions, exemptions and the art of the possible,” said Gregory Walden, a former FAA chief counsel who is counsel to the Small UAV Coalition. “Rather, it will now be ‘open for business.’”

conflict remains between the federal government and the states

Despite the new rules, conflict remains between the federal government and the states. The FAA contends its rules govern everything that flies. Pending legislation approved by the U.S. Senate would place all authority for drone rules in federal hands, which many state officials oppose.

While the FAA rule-making process lagged, states adopted dozens of local laws that restrict drones, such as prohibiting drones with weapons and barring flights over private property. At least 31 states have adopted laws governing drones, with 18 requiring search warrants for police to use drones for surveillance, 13 adopting criminal penalties for misusing drones and 12 creating privacy protections, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.

Russ Klingaman, an aviation lawyer at Hinshaw & Culbertson in Milwaukee and a private pilot, compared the drone rules to the initial flights of the Wright brothers a century ago – both for the historic opportunities and the dangers.

As the skies become more crowded. He worried about how to avoid collisions above a traffic accident or a fire if police and news drones with sophisticated equipment are joined by hobbyist drones that don’t communicate. Technology and operator education will both improve, he said.

“There will be huge safety concerns and there will be mishaps,” Klingaman said. “The future is really wide open.”

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Original link of the introduction: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2016/06/21/faa-commercial-drone-rules/85641170/

HJ toys W606-5 flanker fpv apple drone quadcopter

HJ toys W606-5 flanker fpv apple drone quadcopter:

HJ toys W606-5 flanker fpv apple drone quadcopter 


Today we’re going to take a look at the HJ W606-5, which is a fairly large quadcopter that features altitude hold, one key takeoff/land, headless mode, and one key return.

The design of this quadcopter is definitely cool and I’ve never really seen another one like it. It has a unique shape, LED strips going down all sides and again it’s actually quite large for the price.

With this quadcopter in order to fly you’ll press the takeoff button which will either start up the motors to an idle spin or lift the quadcopter slightly, there aren’t full details yet so that remains to be seen.

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There is no camera with this quadcopter but if you look at the product images the manual shows a picture of this quadcopter with a camera attached AND there seems to be gimbal controls on the transmitter. I would think that this means they’ll eventually release a version of this with a camera which would really make it an awesome purchase.

 Features:

Altitude Hold: Use altitude hold to hover at a stable height without adjusting throttle.
Headless Mode: With headless mode you can fly your quadcopter in any direction regardless of orientation.
One Key Return: Press one button and your quadcopter will fly back to you.

Details of copter:

Model: HJ W606-5 HJ W606-5
Camera: Without Camera
Transmitter Range: 300-500m
Flight Time: About 8-10mins
Charge Time: About 240 minutes
Battery: 7.4V 2500mAh
Size: 48.5 x 45.5 x 16 cm
Weight: 700g

For more details check here

Original link of the introduction: http://www.rcdronearena.com/2016/06/22/hj-w606-5-apple-drone/

HJ TOYS Q-FLY W606-6 WIFI FPV HD VIDEO RC DRONE COPTER

HJ TOYS Q-FLY W606-6 WIFI FPV HD VIDEO RC DRONE COPTER

SAFE TECHNOLOGY WIFI FPV RC DRONE:

HJ TOYS Q-FLY W606-6 WIFI FPV HD VIDEO RC DRONE COPTER , The cute and creative hexagonal design of the quadcopter is not just for looking pretty, but also for balancing itself in the air. In addition to the dynamic color, it is a wonderful gift for the young.

Air Press Altitude Hold

Move the throttle to the midpoint, and the drone will hover at the height you want thanks to the barometer.

Headless Mode

You do not need to know where the front of the quadcopter is. In this mode, it flies with respect to your position.

WiFi FPV

You can snap amazing pictures by pushing the “Photo” button on the back side of the transmitter and share what you capture directly via your phone.

One Key Return / Landing

Intended for the novice, such functions only require you to push a button, as soon you get your drone land next to you.

Specification of  HJ TOYS Q-FLY W606-6 WIFI FPV HD VIDEO RC DRONE COPTER

Model: W606 – 6
Features: Air Press Altitude Hold, Radio Control and WiFi FPV.
Motor Type: Brushed Motor
Functions: 3D rollover, Air Press Altitude Hold, FPV, Headless Mode, One Key Automatic Return, One Key Landing, Sideward flight, Turn left/right,Up/down,WiFi Connection,With light
Built-in Gyro: 6 Axis Gyro
Night Flight: Yes
Material: Electronic Components,Metal,Plastic
Level: Beginner Level + expert level
Age: Above 14 years old
Remote Control: 2.4GHz Wireless Remote Control
Channel: 4-Channels
Mode: Mode 2 (Left Hand Throttle)
Detailed Control Distance: 50-100 meters
FPV Distance: 30-50 meters
Transmitter Power: 4 x 1.5V AA battery(not included)
Battery: 3.7V 650mAh LiPo
Flying Time: 8- 10 minutes flying time.
Charging Time (h): 90 minutes
HD camera Video Resolution: 480P
Product weight: 0.130 kg
Package weight: 0.745 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 40.00 x 40.00 x 7.00 cm / 15.75 x 15.75 x 2.76 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 46.00 x 9.30 x 24.00 cm / 18.11 x 3.66 x 9.45 inches
Package Contents: 1 x Quadcopter, 1 x Transmitter, 1 x Mobile Phone Holder, 2 x Spare Propeller, 1 x Screwdriver, 1 x Set of Accessories, 1 x USB Charging Cable, 1 x English Manual

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ready to fly RTF FPV model.

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