· Jasonwell FY603 Quadcopter Drone with Wifi Camera FPV 2.4G 6-Axis Gyro 4-Channel Mini RC Helicopter with Altitude Retention System and Headless (2 Batteries) Good choice for Drone Training

· Altitude Retention Function: The powerful air pressure altitude retention function allows you to release the throttle stick and the buzz will remain at the current height. Easy for you to take quality pictures or videos.

· HEAD HEAD SAFETY SYSTEM allows any level of players to fly the drone with ease. More stable and flexible with a 6-axis swivel stability system. Optional gravity sensor available if controlled by smartphones

· A takeoff/landing. One 360 degree key, turn mode: left, right, forward, 360 degree recoil. 4 LED lights for night flights.

· Two speeds: fast speed, low speed. A lower speed is recommended so that beginners can operate in open areas and avoid accidents. Important: Adjust the frequency before starting or restarting the quadcopter each time if you control the helicopter by the controller. Please restart the quadcopter after you have hit obstacles and stop flying.

· Weight: 125 g

· WiFi: 40m-70m

· Mini Quad Copter Drone Function (WIFI FPV, 6-Axis Gyro System, 2.4GHz, 4 Channels, 360° Spins): WIFI Connection: Find the UFO Wifi app in your app store, or scan the QR code, read the manual to connect smartphones and tablets. Integrated Camera Headless Mode Altitude Hold Function 360° turn wrench: Keep 1.5 meters of altitude between quadcopter and ground 2 speed selections. Take off/land in an instant. A key for recording videos and images Package includes: 1 x Mini FY603 Quadcopter 1 x Transmitter 1 x Instruction Manual 1 x Cable USB charging 4 x Drone Propelas (4 extra blades have been installed on mini quadcopter) 2 x original 3.7V 380mAh lithium battery (charging time: 50 minutes and flight time: 5-6 minutes) 2 x Retention frames 1 x mobile phone holder 1 x screwdriver Please check carefully to avoid accidents.

Control Method
Camera and/or FPV
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