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prévoyez 150 € au minimum si le drone acrobatique vous tente
avec cette somme, vous pouvez déjà vous faire plaisir,. assurent les spécialistes que nous avons interrogés
elle comprend l’acquisition du drone, de la télécommande et drone camera low price
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il faudra également prévoir un budget pour l’entretien, la casse étant très fréquente, et pour l’achat de batteries de rechange, car il est préférable d’en avoir plusieurs
les passionnés assemblent et réparent souvent leur drone eux-mêmes
pour un drone de prise de vues, comptez entre 250 et… 1 700 €
le prix d’acquisition de ce type d’appareil est plus élevé que celui des drones acrobatiques et, là encore, il. faut y ajouter le coût d’entretien
si ce dernier est moindre, car les accidents et les chutes sont

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parrot was one of the first companies to make a splash in the consumer uav space when it released its ar 2
now, just a few years later, it’s back with the bebop — a smaller, smarter, more camera-focused drone
priced at just $500, the bebop promises many of the same features as drones that cost twice as much money, including gps and streaming video
but can it really compare to more expensive uavs? we took it for a spin to find out
you’d never know it just from looking at it, but bebop is a pretty feature-packed little drone
under the hood it boasts four brushless outrunner motors, a 1,200mah lithium-polymer battery, an hd camera, 3-axis gimbal stabilization, gnss location tracking (gps and glonass), and a boatload of other sensors
flight time is pegged at around 11 minutes, and it ships with two batteries, giving you about 22 minutes of airtime total
if other drones are oak trees, the bebop is a reed
dig deeper and you’ll find parrot’s p7 dual-core cpu, a quad core gpu, and 8gb of internal flash memory
all this, and the whole thing doesn’t weigh more than 400 grams
apparently big things do come in small packages
the drone comes ready-to-fly right out of the box, and all piloting is done from the user’s smartphone or tablet, through parrot’s accompanying freeflight3 application (available for ios, android and windows)
if there’s one thing we learned from this drone, it’s that build quality and durability don’t necessarily go hand-in-hand
the parrot bebop doesn’t feel sturdy
many of the parts are made from cheap abs plastic, and much of the camera housing is made from styrofoam
the battery pack gets strapped onto the drone with a slim velcro strap
the whole thing looks and feels undeniably flimsy — but i’ll be damned if it isn’t a durable little quad
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parrot has made some really smart design choices here
rather than designing the drone from hard, rigid parts, it opted for lightweight and flexible — which is brilliant
if other drones are oak trees, the bebop is a reed
it bends and flexes a little bit, so in the event of a rough landing, its far less likely to crack or break apart
on the first few flights, i decided to fly it indoors, and use the prop guards to keep from destroying my lamps, or getting the drone all tangled up in the drawstring of the blinds
turns out that was a bad idea
the quick start guide failed to mention that you need to change the drone’s settings when the prop guards are on — otherwise it drifts around the room and is very slippery to control
without this knowledge, i managed to crash the drone pretty hard about six or eight times before the battery died — yet somehow, despite the styrofoam and plastic construction (or maybe because of it?), the drone held up really well
it’ll beep and complain after each crash, and sometimes even blink a light at you in protest, but all you have to do is unplug the battery to reset
when you reconnect, bebop will have forgotten the trauma caused by the previous crash and fly like nothing even happened
the first thing we did when we took the bebop out of the box was charge the battery
it was completely dead, and took exactly one hour to charge
this time remained constant throughout our testing, give or take a minute or two
when you take your fingers off the controls, it stays put
for that charge time, you’ll get about 10 or 11 minutes of flight time
in our first test we made it hover in place until it could no longer stay up, and it lasted about 11 minutes, so parrot isn’t lying about battery life
while flying at higher speeds, however, it dips to 9 or 10 minutes
luckily, the accompanying free flight 3 app displays the battery life in real time, and the drone will fly back and automatically land when it gets critically low
those times aren’t great compared with the 20 minutes of a drone like dji’s phantom 2, but the good news here is that bebop comes with an extra battery pack, and extras only cost about $30
that’s pretty cheap compared to other drone batteries, so you don’t have to break the bank to get extra fly time
if you’re looking for a drone that’s easy to fly, look no further
the bebop definitely isn’t as dynamic or precise as, say, the dji phantom 2, but the controls are pretty straightforward and easy to pick up
you definitely don’t need previous flying experience to pilot this drone
takeoff and landing can be performed with a single button press, and steering the drone around is as easy as tilting your phone or tablet in

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