Up close and personal. This is a 'Nano' QUAD which means it is quite small. In fact it is so small the bird might qualify as the smallest QUAD-Copter on the market (Google).
Night QUAD: H7 showing it's internal LEDs.
... Turned on and waiting to connect to the Flight Controller.
... was GOOD fun.
I have finished my first flight with the NEW Quad and yes, there will be the customary leaning curve to become a proficient flyer. This little QUAD is NOT like it's more expensive and larger brethren insofar as it's NOT an autonomous ($1000.00+) QUAD-Copter. Within the Gintrude H7 there are NO electronic "smarts" such as GPS to keep the bird stable and in position without any controller input.
Even after proper 'trim' setup you pretty much have to be on the sticks all the time due to left/right and forward/back drifting. In short YOU have to actually FLY this QUAD ... but that's NOT a BAD thing, I like to fly and is the reason why I love the hobby. It's all in a name "RC-Flight, the ART of flying."
Towards becoming a proficient flyer with the H7 Quad "Practice makes perfect." Actually to be more accurate better to say "Perfect practice makes perfect (Google)"...
H7 Quad Take off
H7 Quad Take off - Slow motion
- RC-Groups.com: Featuring an excellent tear-down of the Gin/Eachine H7