All-in-one aerial quad-copters always win your hearts, particularly for cute small size quad-copter like Skyartec Free X that gets a nickname “phantom killer”. Compared with quad-copter in large size, this one could be small in size but perfectly formed. Actually, the small quad-copter is highly precise made and possesses pretty high aerial performance. If interested, you may keep reading and get some vital information I will present.
If making aerial photography via phantom series quad-copter need kind of experience, then Free X is much freer and easier for you to operate just as its name implies. I don’t want to stress on its GPS mode which has already been talked by everyone. Here, Skyartec Free X provides you with altitude setting flight. That is, you can set a certain flight height according to what you photograph.
When the throttle stay at the neutral, the copter will hover or fly at the fixed-height without rising or falling. Even if you push up or push down the throttle, the quad-copter will just slowly rise or descend. Even if you are beginners lack of skills, Skyartec Free X can help you gain full-fun aerial experience. Compared with GPS attitude mode which means the place of aircraft can be located, altitude setting mode makes you more relaxed to make photography.
In addition, the phantom killer possesses intelligent orientation control function as well. Usually, the flying direction is always consistent with the nose. Once starting IOC mode,the flying direction suddenly has nothing to do with the nose wherever it points. In course lock flying, the forward direction keeps consistent with the nose; in home lock flying, the forward direction is the same as the direction from home point to the rotors.
What’s more, the smaller size Skyartec Free X owns flight time for 15mins and control distance for 1000m. In anther word, the phantom killer is probably out of human vision if flying very high. For sake of its safety,the auto-return home function will help you one key to find back your copter if it gets lost. Besides, the quad-copter also has low voltage protection. When the voltage is lower than the setting, the LZED indicator will blink, and you’d better back it and change the battery.