UDI U818A 2.4GHz 4 CH 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter with Camera RTF Mode 2

UDI U818A 2.4GHz 4 CH 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter with Camera RTF Mode 2

UDI U818A 2.4GHz 4 CH 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter with Camera RTF Mode 2

UDI U818A 2.4GHz 4 CH 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter with Camera RTF Mode 2

  • 6 AXIS GYRO with posture control – Integrated design guarantee the precise positioning of the aircraft.
  • 4 CHANNEL function provide stable flying and easy operation. Video Camera FPV.
  • High Capacity Battery And Strong Power Motors Enable The Helicopter To Fly Much Longer And More Efficiently.
  • Charging Time is about 120 minutes while Flight Duration is about 7-9 minutes.
  • Modular Design makes it easy to install and repair. Remote Distance is up to 30m.

3D Full Flight: Various control options for those piloting the U818A Up/Down, Left/Right, Forward/Backward, Leftward flying/Rightward flying, Suspension, 360°flips, Video recording, Photographing Includes: 1 x U818A RC Quadcopter with Camera, 1 x 2.4G Remote Controller (does not include 1.5v AA batteries), 1 x AC Adaptor, 1 x Charge Box, 1 x 2G MicroSD card, 1 x LiPO 3.7V 500mAh Battery, Main Parameter: Helicopter Size: 410 x 410 x 60 mm, Helicopter Weight: 4.6 oz, Packaging Size: 546 x 368

List Price: $ 99.99

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  • KK4QBN
    1,279 of 1,322 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great little Quad at a great price!, November 22, 2013
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    KK4QBN (Chatsworth, GA) –

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    This is a great flying little quad, although it has been fairly windy since this has been delivered I have still enjoyed it, it does fair in light wind but it is a very light little machine and a gust of wind will pick it up and carry it away fairly quickly, It’s a tough little bird though, I hung it up in a tree yesterday and instead of freaking out I looked and saw how it was hooked to the tree then I flew it right off the branch fairly easily, then instead of getting hung up even further up the tree I let it fall the rest of the way down, it smacked just about every branch on the way down and really don’t even have a scratch on it.

    The camera is a fairly decent little camera although I upgraded the MicroSD card fairly quickly, the 1gig card fills up pretty quick. I use a USB cable to copy the video files to my computer instead of taking the SD out every time I’m sure taking the card in and out so much will wear it out fairly quick.

    The remote is great, it feels comfortable in hand and has digital trim settings and a digital readout showing throttle setting, remote battery life, trim settings, camera settings, etc, it also has the 360 inversion button you can tap to make the quad do flips, be sure to have some altitude before doing this a be ready to hit the throttle again to keep the quad from hitting the ground, you can also use the top left button for this, press it and when it starts beeping you can tap you rudder controls up, down, left, or right ta make it flip in the direction you like, this is a little more fun than just the 360 inversion.

    Other than that there is not much more I can say about this Quad other than I love it, I do plan on building my own quad in the future and this is giving me some great training on the physics of a quad and how to fly one.

    Let me add that some proper care an manteinence of your LiPO batteries will make them last long, There are many videos on Youtube on proper care of your batteries but here are some tips.

    * Your batteries will come from the factory charged, but not fully, Charge them fully before flying.
    * Do not run your battery down all the way, leave about 20% power in the battery, you can purchase voltage alarms that will buzz at a specified
    voltage.
    * after flying wait about 15 minutes for battery to cool down before re-charging.
    * when putting batteries up for storage do not fully charge them, charge them about 80%.

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    July 26, 2014 at 8:52 am
  • QuadFlyer01 "lanman"
    628 of 652 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Remarkable Quad For The $$$, May 6, 2014
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    This review is from: UDI U818A 2.4GHz 4 CH 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter with Camera RTF Mode 2 (Toy)
    This Quad is really very nice for the money. I paid $65 for the UDI 818A with camera included. I removed the safety canopy and replaced it with one I made from a plastic cup. This allowed the quad to be more agile due to less surface area contacting with the wind. I suggest the Turnigy 600mah batteries. These take about 45min to charge and give about 9min of flight time. Also, due to their discharge rate, they provide allot more response from a lower throttle position. The auto-stabilization is pretty extreme which make this great for someone learning to fly as well as a stable platform for taking pictures. The camera itself is nothing to write home about but it works as advertised. One thing to note is that this quad is virtually indistructable! Crash after crash, it continues to perform reliably. Out of the 9 quads I currently own, which range in price from $40 to $175, the UDI818A has proven itself to be the best overall value for my money.

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    July 26, 2014 at 9:11 am
  • Scotte
    375 of 404 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Starter QuadCopter, July 1, 2014
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    Scotte

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    This review is from: UDI U818A 2.4GHz 4 CH 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter with Camera RTF Mode 2 (Toy)
    My first foray into multi-rotor flight. I picked this up as a starter set based on advice from a local users group that learning to fly is best done before investing in a copter that does all the work for you by relying on gps and altitude locks. You will need to actively fly the UDI U818A. It’s stable in flight, but easily pushed around by the lightest breeze. It doesn’t hold a specific location or altitude on its own. It worked right out of the box as soon as I had charged the flight battery. Be warned that there is plenty of power to send this flying quickly out of your control range, which will then cause it to loose synch and flutter lightly back to the ground (or tree top). The only damage mine has incurred is the occasional displacement of a prop shaft that needs to be pressed back into place to fully mesh the offset gearing.

    The on-remote trim switches can be used to dynamically adjust the stability of the quadcopter. You can zero out any slight side slipping or rotation by tweaking the three trim switches this way or that. Once that’s done, the copter will park itself quietly over a single location until the next change of wind or joystick input disturbs it.

    The onboard video and picture snaps are not high definition, but they are static free and very stable when loitering at altitude. You won’t know what you’ve captured in the camera until you get it back to your computer to transfer the files from the camera via the included USB cable. For those who might prefer an FPV setup, there is an upgraded model of this quadcopter on the market that swaps out the onboard storing video camera with a broadcasting camera that your wifi equipped smart phone can receive video from.

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