V-Coptr Falcon User Manual

V-Coptr Falcon User Manual - The drones that we know so far are generally quadcopter, aka flying on four-rotor pieces. That's why this one drone looks so unique. Named after V-Coptr Falcon, its sanctity ability is created through a pair of rotors that stretch like bird wings.

The developers, Zero Zero Robotics (who also created a drone of a book called Hover Camera), took the aircraft Bell's Boeing V-22 Osprey as an inspiration. If a quadcopter drone generally tilts its body forward to move forward, V-Coptr only needs to tilt-rotor both.

Then what are the advantages of this kind of bi-copter design? The first is a more aerodynamic design, followed by a more efficient power consumption given the number of fewer drilling systems. In a single charge, V-Coptr was claimed to be able to air up to 50 minutes nonstop, almost twice as long as the majority of other drones.

While on air, V-Coptr can detect and avoid objects that block itself thanks to a pair of front-camera with a Visual Inertial Odometry (VIO) system. The Autofollow feature also allows it to fly following the selected objects accurately. Its signal transmission is believed to reach a distance of up to 7 kilometers.

Its photographic and videography capabilities are supported by a Sony-powered 1/2.3-inch sensor and an F/2.2 lens that sits atop 3-axis dreadlocks. In addition to taking 12-megapixel photos, it is also ready to record 4K video 30 fps, 2, 7K 60 fps or 1080p 120 fps. The catch is automatically saved into the internal storage of 8 GB, but the consumer can also add a microSD card up to a capacity of 256 GB.

In addition to manually flown using the remote control, the V-Coptr, which is equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, certainly offers a number of semi-automatic modes to produce footage with a variety of cinematic effects.

V-Coptr Falcon currently on display at CES 2020 event is planned to be marketed starting in February. The price is pegged $999, quite affordable when compared to a wide-range drone DJI Mavic 2.

V-Coptr Falcon User Manual

These manuals will be updated as soon as the new products become available on the market. Please be aware that for some models, only the English version is available. But we will try to find another language.

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