GP TOYS F1C-Wifi First Person View FPV Real Time Transmission Camera Drone

First Person Viewing

With a drone, you can see whatever the camera of the drone is seeing from the sky

Real-time video captured by the camera mounted on the drone is sent to a phone or tablet. It’s virtually like being up in the sky and seeing the view from the atmosphere.

With first person viewing, you can see tall buildings up close. You can have a close up look at the Statue of Liberty or the Eiffel Tower, instead of just looking at it from afar.

First person viewing is not only useful for tourists. It also has other practical uses. For instance, you can take an aerial footage of your property to determine whether the plants or crops need more water.

In Oct, GP TOYS release a new version camera wifi quadcopter –  The GPTOYS F1C-Wifi Drone, it’s available on amazon now 🙂

Scan the below QR code to download the app for your Android/Apple mobile phone. The APP is for real time transmission

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GPTOYS F1C quadcopter is built around a unique molded-composite frame that is combined with clever high-tech construction to make it extremely light and virtually indestructible.

  • 2.4GHz radio system
  • Quad-rotor thrust with auto-leveling 6-axis flight system
  • Four high-output motors
  • High-tech molded frame
  • Integrated bright, colorful LEDs
  • High-capacity 650mAh LiPo battery
  • USB-powered battery charger

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P.S.

FPV (First Person View) is the term used to describe a ground level view of what the camera on your quadcopter is seeing. Current systems use various monitors to accomplish this, including:

1. Small LCD screens – sometimes built into the transmitter, other times mounted above it.
2. Goggles – popular models include the Fatshark and the new Epson Moverio – in the near future, the Occulus Rift will likely be an important addition to this category.
3. Smart Phone or tablet screen – existing products such as the Phantom 2 Vision+ and the Parrot AR  Drone use IOS or Android devices to display the camera output from the flying drone.