Syma X5C 2.4G 6 Axis Gyro HD Camera RC Quadcopter with 2.0MP Camera

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Amazon Price: $32.99 (as of February 25, 2018 1:41 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Main Features: 6-axis Gyro stabilization system makes the helicopter more stable and flexible when flying. Wind resistant and can be flown indoors or outdoors Modular design structure is applied, more simple for assembly and convenient for maintenance 360 degree Eversion and throwing flight function. Equipped with HD Camera Left / Right hand throttle mode can be changeable by the transmitter (2 in 1) Includes: 1 x Syma X5C RC Quad Copter 1 x 2.4G Remote Controller (does not include 1.5v AA batteries) 1 x USB charging cable 4 x Rotating blade 4 x Protection frames 2 x Landing skids 1 x Screwdriver 1 x 3.7V 500mAh LiPO battery 1 x User Manual.

Customer Reviews

Worth Every Penny If You Fly Responsibly

799 people found this helpful.
 on June 10, 2015
By J. F.
First off, this product arrived on time and undamaged.

Just found a new hobby…

306 people found this helpful.
 on October 28, 2015
By nightshade
If you are looking at your first mini-quad, as I was when I purchased this, then your looking at the right product. Let me start off by saying that I have had zero experience with quads before this and after about 2 weeks I have mastered my orientation and am having a blast each time I take this thing out. I was immediately hooked when I first went outside with it, but a tip is to stay low to the ground and use the prop guards and landing gear for a good amount of time until you can handle this mini-quad. Parts are plentiful and really cheap as well, so don’t forget to get some extra parts kits for those beginners’ crashes because we all have them!

Great Beginner Quadcopter – Can Be Used For FPV

376 people found this helpful.
 on June 3, 2015
By Glycon
I’m not a quadcopter expert by any means, but I have flown a number of different models. The Syma X5C-1 is the best handling and easiest to fly of any of the entry level quadcopters I have flown. I like the UDI U818A and have three. They are fun to fly, forgiving, and have survived many crashes. However, since I bought the Symas, I now have two X5C-1s, I rarely fly the U818A. The X5C-1 is more stable, easier to hover, handles the wind better, and can survive some rough treatment. It will carry an 808 Keychain camera if you want upgraded video, but will not fly well with a Mobius or anything heaver. With a little practice, it can be flown inside or out.

Great little starter drone to learn how to fly

10 people found this helpful.
 on November 8, 2016
By J. Goodwin
Great starter drone! The only bummer is the camera is not a live camera, but this drone taught me a lot about piloting. I knew I wanted to learn on a cheaper on. I would be seriously sad face if I bought an awesome (and expensive) one but did something stupid to crash it and break it.

Out of the box fun!

2 people found this helpful.
 on May 8, 2017
By Andrew T. Wootten
Ok, after some minor assembly! 😉 I could hardly stand the wait for the battery to charge. I ordered a six-pack of additional batteries, but they arrived just today (several days later than the quad), and are on the charger now. I wasn’t about to fly this the first time outside; I played with the controls in the house. Just up and down, up and down … then tilting and turning. My carpet and furniture is a little easier on hard landings. 🙂 After I felt at least a little comfortable with the controls, I took it outside just to see it go straight up from me as high as I dared, which was about 50 feet over the house. I was able to slowly learn how to hover it directly in front of me at a specific height, and then rotate the quad in its space 360°. 7 minutes of charge doesn’t last long on the battery, and my time was quickly up.

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