Syma X5SC Quadcopter with HD Camera

Syma X5SC Quadcopter with HD Camera

Syma X5SC Quadcopter is a better and improved version of the Syma X5C Quadcopter. Popular features are still present, but the new version has many new things. The rotor guards are bigger now. This is done in order to protect them from possible damage. Also, landing skids are raised, so the user has a much better viewing angle. This is a very stable quadcopter that will be the best gadget for children and adults. 
It has a built in HD camera, so the recording is very easy and you will get high quality videos. It will be able to record in 720p. This is more than enough for average users. It works on the 2.4GHZ frequency. For better handling, this quadcopter has 6 axis gyroscope. You also get a headless flying option. This is made for easier flying control. You also have two flight modes, for beginners and advanced. It is recommended to use beginner’s mode for a first couple of days. After that, you can start using advanced mode. With the Syma X5SC Quadcopter you can do 360 degrees tricks and flips. With the gadget, you get 4GB Micro SD memory card. To the front of the quadcopter, you have colorful LED light. They look very interesting, especially at night. 
The dimensions of the quadcopter are: 32cm x 32cm x 11cm. It is small, so you will be able to carry it when traveling. The USB charging is supported. You will need 120 minutes to completely recharge the battery. With the full battery, you can fly for 7-8 minutes. The range is 50 meters. You should know that the controller requires 4 AA batteries. The price is $69. 


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