I'm going to do my best to be fair in this Hubsan H501s review. I really like the Hubsan because it is comfortable and it is powerful enough to fly it a hundred feet in the air and not crash. It is also easy to use, and it has an excellent variety of different flight modes.
The main reason I like this is because it is really inexpensive. It won't break the bank either, but it won't break the bank either. This is a quality product, and you can purchase it online for less than $50.
On the other hand, I would be remiss if I didn't point out some of its flaws. I can't help but be critical because I have flown a lot of drones. But, sometimes that criticism needs to be done.
Let's talk about Dronie's claims, and where they are not accurate. They say that this is "the new wave of quadcopters." I don't think they are using the term correctly, but that is what they seem to be saying.
I think there is a better way to use this product. I don't think a DJI Phantom will be sold for under $150. It is an incredible value.
The next part of their press release talks about how the Hubsan H501s has been modified with a DJI Mavic Pro camera. I really like the cameras on the drones, because it gives people a great option. They can fly their drones and capture aerial footage, or they can fly a UAV and capture film footage.
We have never seen a drone that you can use for both. There are drones that have been used for the video, and then there are drones that are video only. That is not what I am saying, but the topic is somewhat similar to the issue of X4 and BLIZZARD Flightmax.
Some drones have their own different variations. You may want to consider this. If your production company is larger, and you have a lot of work, then you may want to think about having a set of drones that are aerial footage only.
Even though they are relatively expensive job to do, and they take up a lot of space, you will get a lot of use out of them. If you like watching videos, then you will find that these drones are perfect for your needs. Just make sure you have a lot of spare space for them, and keep in mind the safety requirements.
For those who are not familiar with the rules about flying RC helicopters and drones, it is probably wise to know them. The current rules are for "unmanned aircraft," which is not the same as remote controlled helicopters. If you plan on flying the drone and flying at a higher altitude than what is allowed, you will need to be careful and make sure you follow the rules.
They do have a very unique product. I have been flying remote controlled helicopters, and I would say that these are quite different. They have been created for enthusiasts, and for hobbyists, and that makes it a product that is ideal for those that love flying, and wanting something different from the norm.
Most people will want the drone flight mode for the camera, but it is also capable of doing other things as well. I haven't flown the new units yet, but I can tell you that I haven't seen a bad one. I like the idea of the two-way communication feature on the new units.