Following the success of the H8C, JJRC is launching the H8D. The drone reaches the end user-assembled and ready to fly. It has similar features with the well-known all-model drone Cheerson-CX20. You can choose from two colors, H8D – red and orange.
The JJRC H8D quadrocopter equipped with a 2MP video camera with a built-in VTX operating at an analog frequency of 5.8GHz. Unlike Wi-Fi video modules, it provides a video stream without delay, thereby ensuring safe first-person flight.
Features & Flight Qualities
Aircraft functions – descent, rise, forward, backward, side flight, 360° flip, 3D, LED, CF mode, and return key. On it, you can set the height, back to the starting point on the machine, switch the speed, install the camera or equipment for exciting fun. In addition, on the FPV monitor, you can watch the online broadcasting of images from video equipment.
JJRC H8D has proven its worth in flight. The ‘Return home’ mode works correctly, but with the direct participation of the pilot. In the test, he showed excellent flip performance. Note an exceptional vertical thrust for this drone, which in turn allows you to equip the quad-camera with better shooting quality.
The developer’s similar approach to FPV flight allows you to implement the first-person trip with FPV glasses. And this is an entirely different flight experience. Complete with the JJRC H8D quadrocopter is standard equipment operating at a frequency of 2.4 GHz. To implement the flight in FPV mode, a 4’3 LCD monitor with an integrated video receiver operating in the frequency range of 5.8 GHz equipped. Power to the monitor provided by the built-in battery, charged from the supplied USB cable. In practice, the tandem offers a distance of removal no further than 100 meters.
The JJRC H8D quadrocopter equipped with collector-type motors, torque is transmitted through the gear. There is enough potential in excess; most of the real action cameras pull without problems.
JJRC H8D equipped with two can use batteries (7.4V) with a capacity of 500mAh. It provides an average flight time of no more than 6 minutes (with the declared 8 minutes), which is generally the norm for this niche of amateur UAVs.
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