See below for where to purchase. Following on from my review of the Eachine X6 micro hexacopter with HD camera, as requested here are some outdoor shots from a sunny but windy late-afternoon.
Purchased for review from http://www.banggood.com/Eachine-X6-2_4G-4CH-6-Axis-RC-Hexacopter-With-2MP-Camera-RTF-p-927435.html?p=I615171156302013014@ (affiliate) at under $60 / £40 delivered, as you’ll see, the low autumn sun doesn’t play nicely with the tiny lens on this camera, pretty much as you’d expect. Into sun shots produce big glare and prop shadow artefacts. Pointed away from the sun I though the colours were quite good, and there was no sign of jello. Sorry for the lack of smooth hovering – the wind was probably stronger than was sensible to fly at anything above head height!
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