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plus rares, il n’est cependant pas négligeable (remplacer une hélice cassée n’est pas donné)
mieux vaut éviter les entrées de gamme peu fiables et fragiles
les plus petits modèles, dits « pour selfies », munis d’une caméra fixe orientable, coûtent entre 250 à 300 €
les premiers drones équipés d’une caméra motorisée, que l’on pilote avec un smartphone, sont vendus environ 500 €
À ce prix, certains possèdent déjà un système de. détection d’obstacles
en mettant de 150 à 200 € de plus, il est possible d’avoir, en complément, une télécommande utilisant le smartphone comme écran
au-delà, le prix drone parrot wikipedia
dépend de la qualité et du nombre de capteurs embarqués, de l’autonomie de vol, de la vitesse maximale de déplacement, de la résistance au vent, de la qualité de l’image, de la présence d’une télécommande avec écran… et si vous désirez. vous offrir un drone de loisir haut de gamme, à la limite de l’usage professionnel, vous devrez débourser jusqu’à 1 700 €
décret n° 2018-375 du 18/05/2018 relatif à la formation exigée des télépilotes d’aéronefs civils circulant sans personne à bord utilisés à des fins de loisir, jo du 20 (formation drone avec camera de nuit
exigée pour le pilotage des drones)
décret n° 2018-374 du 18/05/2018 relatif aux seuils de masse prévus par la loi n° 2016-1428 du 24/10/2016 relative au renforcement de la sécurité de l’usage

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the desired direction
pitch and roll are mapped directly to your device’s internal accelerometers, making forward, backward, or side to side movement extremely intuitive
unfortunately, yaw and acceleration (propeller speed) aren’t quite as easy to control
you control these with a virtual joystick on your touchscreen, so ascent, descent and rotation controls feel very mushy and imprecise
it’s a lot like playing a fps game on a smartphone — it’s doable, but oftentimes a little bit frustrating, and definitely not as gratifying as playing with a dedicated controller
one feature we did like, however, was that the accompanying app allows you to tweak the responsiveness settings for all four degrees of freedom
if you find the bebop to be too touchy for your liking, you can set limits on how fast it accelerates, how high it can fly, or how much it can tilt in any direction
this feature came in handy on more than one occasion during our testing — especially while flying indoors
don’t let the styrofoam hull and velcro-strapped battery pack fool you — this drone can fly with the best of ‘em
flight performance was pretty impressive
parrot pegs the bebop at a top speed of about 13 meters per second, and a maximum ascent speed of about 6 meters per second
we put those metrics to the test in our own trials, and found both to be accurate
in our rigorous testing gauntlet, we clocked the bebop’s ascent speed at about 5
7 meters per second, and it managed to clear a football field in an average of 6
9 seconds over three trials — which puts its maximum speed at around 13
for those of you keeping score at home, that’s just a few meters per second shy of dji’s phantom 2
piloting leaves a bit to be desired, but what bebop lacks in precision it makes up for with awesome autonomous features
on the practical side, parrot equipped the drone with a slew of different sensors that work together to keep it incredibly stable
while it’s in the air, the drone analyzes data from its 3-axis accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, ultrasound sensor, pressure sensor, camera, and gnss system; and uses all this information to adjust itself accordingly
in our tests we found that, even in strong winds, bebop can keep itself from drifting more than a few inches
when you take your fingers off the controls, it stays put
it also supports waypoint flying
just load a map onto parrot’s freeflight3 app, set your destination points, and hit go
so long as you’ve got a strong satellite connection, the bebop will fly to wherever you tell it to
parrot built it with both gps and glonass connectivity, so it can communicate with more satellites than gps-only drones, ostensibly improving the drone’s positioning abilities
the bebop can also perform a number of acrobatic tricks
tap the screen twice, and it will execute a flip in the direction of your choosing — be it front, back, left, or right– and then return to a hover
it’s a pretty cool little stunt, and is admittedly quite fun to do in front of onlookers at the park
unlike some other drones, where the camera seems to be an afterthought haphazardly slapped to the craft’s underbelly, the bebop’s 14-megapixel, 1080p camera is the center of the show
it’s mounted right smack in the middle of the drone, and everything else seems to be built around it
this unique configuration comes with its own set of pros and cons
on the upside, this top-mounted system helps protect the camera from hard landings
it’s definitely still possible to crash land bebop on its head – but still, there is a certain comfort in knowing you probably won’t wreck your camera if you make a rough landing
the downside, however, is that the camera’s range of motion is fairly limited
the bebop’s camera is positioned straight forward, and it can only look where the drone looks
as such, it can’t look downward very easily
parrot attempts to remedy this shortcoming with a super wide angle (180-degree) lens and digital panning abilities, but there’s no skipping around the fact that bebop can’t look straight down
it’s not a huge drawback by any means, but definitely something to keep in mind if you intend to do any kind of aerial videography
accessories for this drone aren’t horribly abundant, but they do exist
if you want to upgrade, you can snag yourself parrot’s skycontroller for $400, which gives you physical joystick controls, and doubles the bebop’s range
it’s a bit on the spendy side, but would be a smart investment for pilots who feel limited by parrot’s tablet-based control system
in terms of reparability, the bebop’s ridiculously simple design means that it’s a breeze to fix if anything breaks
all the major parts (motors, rotors, arms, feet, camera, etc
) are readily available online, and fairly cheap
you could give this drone a serious beating, and likely repair it for less than 50 bucks
that’s a serious boon for pilots on a budget, and gives you more confidence on risky flights
up your game and the get the most out of your gear with the following extras, hand-picked by our editors:
parrot bebop drone skycontroller ($900)
parrot bebop drone replacement propellers ($13)
we had our doubts about the bebop at first, but after flying it around for a couple weeks, we’ve learned not to judge a book by its cover
don’t let the styrofoam hull and velcro-strapped battery pack fool you — this drone can fly with the best of ‘em
the bebop lacks the precision and range that more expensive drones have, but those are

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