MJX Bugs 3H Brushless Altitude Hold 1080p FPV Camera Drone Flight Test Review – YouTube

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MJX Bugs 3H Brushless Altitude Hold 1080p FPV Camera Drone Flight Test Review

This upgrade to the popular MJX Bugs 3 includes altitude hold and acro flight control modes, with options for 720p or 1080p HD FPV cameras. Find it here:
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Pros
– Can switch between 6G stabilized altitude hold or unstabilized acro flight modes at the flick of a switch.
– Up to 300 meter flight control range.
– Available without camera, or with C5000 720p or C6000 1080p 5G WiFi FPV cameras. I flew the 1080p C6000 camera in this video.
– Real time in flight FPV video (C5000 or C6000 versions only) is viewable on your smartphone via the Bugs GO app downloaded for iOS or Android here http://www.mjxrc.net/downshow/bugs-go.html
– Telemetry of altitude, and warnings of range limitation or low battery. Warnings are displayed on your phone and also as beeps on the flight controller.
– Cameras record directly to microSD card inserted into the camera to avoid WiFi Lag and freezing.
– MT 1806 1800KV brushless motors
– 4in1 8A ESC’s
– 7.4V 1800mah battery (same as Bugs 3).

Cons
– 5G 802.11ac WiFi capable phone is needed for reception of FPV video from the C5000 or C6000 cameras. Not all phones are 802.11ac WiFi capable. Verify that your phone is 802.11ac capable before considering purchasing the C5000 or C6000 camera versions. If not, you can still purchase the Bugs 3H without camera (but with camera mount). Simply mount your own GoPro (or GoPro clone) action camera.
– Landing gear is in view of the widescreen camera lens. Camera mount may require some modification to angle the camera lens so that the landing gear would not be in view.
– Battery beeping warning alerted early on the transmitter controller, but the phone app voltage meter still showed half power remaining on the battery. Measured resting voltage after landing was 7.52V (3.76V per cell), suggesting that the app reading was more accurate than the controller’s warning.

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