Altair #AA108 Wifi FPV Camera Drone, RC Quadcopter w/ 720p HD Camera, 6 Gyro, VR Compatible, Headless Mode, Altitude Hold, 3 Flight Skill Modes, Easy to Fly Drone, Bonus Battery.
About this deal
A copy of the existing management survey and any R&D surveys have been supplied in the IPCI in Appendix 1. I am looking at purchasing an FPV drone, with goggles. I guess my question is do your drones come with a controller? I noticed that it was not listed as an “in the box” item.
The AA108 is designed to work both indoors and outdoors, but despite its small size, there’s only so much fun to be had with flying it down the tiny hallway of my tinier apartment. Frankly, the fact that it was even possible to do so without flying it straight into the wall is a testament to how well the drone controls even in tight spaces. Chromebox, Alienware, Inspiron, Retired Models, OptiPlex, Vostro, XPS, G Series, Chromebook, G Series, Alienware, Inspiron, Latitude, Vostro, XPS, Retired Models, Latitude Mobile Thin Client, OptiPlex Thin Client, Wyse Hardware, Fixed Workstations Provide a complete system of earthing and supplementary bonding installation to all items associated with The Works to meet the current edition of the IEE wiring regulations.
When the drone’s low on battery, the controller starts beeping slowly. Ryan pointed out that this was actually a fairly unique feature – the most high-end drone he owns indicates low battery with lights blinking on the drone, which is invisible in the daytime and often hard to make out even at night. Having the battery indicator be a part of the transmitter seems obvious, but good on Altair for realizing that so much of the industry is doing it wrong.
These high-tech features let you focus on the joy of flight, regardless of your previous drone experience.FlightAware provides accurate real-time, historical and predictive flight insights to all segments of the Altair claims that the drone has 8-10 minutes of flight time, which is pretty standard for a lightweight toy-sized vehicle of this type. On four different flights, each with a fully charged battery, we averaged 8 minutes and 37 seconds in the air, which is exactly what we’d hoped for. The AA108 comes with two batteries right out of the box, which means that you get a solid 15-20 minutes of flight time overall if you charge both – not bad at all!