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Parrot Bebop Quadcopter Drone – Blue

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The Parrot BeBop Drone Blue Quadcopter delivers a overall performance: 8x times stronger than Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 onboard computer system, Bebop Drone navigation computer features a Parrot P7 dual-core CPU, quad-core GPU and 8 GB of Flash Memory. Each is fixed on a magnesium rack that will act as a radiator and electromagnetic protection. Runs on Linux with SDK. Constructed with safety at heart Its feather-weight abdominal muscles strengthened construction (400g) makes Parrot Bebop Drone robust and safe. In case of any collision, the propellers stop immediately. The emergency mode permits the drone to land immediately. Thanks to a GPS system, a Return Residence function brings the Bebop drone effortlessly to its take-off point. Finally, EPP hulls within the pack tends to make indoor routes less dangerous. Parrot Bebop Drone produces its Wi-Fi hotspot MIMO Wi-Fi connection: Parrot Bebop Drone embarks 2 dual-band Wi-Fi antennas that enable it to undertake both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz MIMO frequencies. It creates unique Wi-Fi 802.11 system. Depending on the network disturbance, you’ll select the regularity that you choose. Effortless disassembly All parts of Bebop Drone are removable for easy installation and transportation. Pilots can concentrate on flying and shooting incredible photos and movies. Astoundingly steady assuring an optimal stability without limiting the maneuverability, the Bebop Drone analyzes information from numerous sensors immediately: 3-axes acce

Cost: $332.88

  • Effortlessly updates to satisfy FAA requirements
  • Explore the entire world in 14 megapixel complete HD 1080p and capture any vista with Bebop’s 180° industry of view
  • Cruise at your own pace and return residence automatically
  • Take obvious pictures and video clips making use of higher level 3-axis picture stabilization
  • Fly further and quicker with quick charging Lithium ion battery packs (included)
  • Control your knowledge about our Free trip professional application (iOS, Android, Microsoft windows 8.1)

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3 Responses to “Parrot Bebop Quadcopter Drone – Blue”

  1. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for the price, December 27, 2016

    By Ernesto A. Barbery (Guayaquil, Ecuador) –

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    I love this drone. It is my first drone but I am very happy, it has everything I expected, great stability, easy to use especially if you are a beginner, shoot and take photos in high resolution, have GPS and other features that make it a good product for its price .

    Cons: The camera does not record well in low light. The drone comes with two batteries but it came to me with a damaged one when I called the tech support they said it was a common problem. Each battery provides a flight time of between 10 and 15 minutes only.

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  2. 10 of 12 people found the following review helpful

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great potential hamstrung by a stupendously poor design decision, April 3, 2015

    By Gene (Ann Arbor) –

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    The first unit I got, the battery connector arrived jammed in the chassis and irretrievable. There’s a piece of string that’s supposed to allow you to pull it out, but if it rides up on the connector wire it becomes useless. Very poorly designed. I’m sure I could have freed it if I disassembled the unit, and I might have if it weren’t for the security screws. So back it went.

    Second unit I got actually worked. And it’s pretty nifty to fly. Image stabilization is incredibly well done, even though it’s all in software. But you quickly find that its Achilles heel is the decision to use a phone/tablet as the controller. It’s a nice idea in theory; it should save cost and that’s one less piece of hardware that you have to carry with you. First off, with no feedback the touchscreen controls are truly awful. Maybe you can train youself to get decent with it, but F that. Fortunately that can be fixed (at least on Android, probably iOS too) but getting a cheap game controller. I got the iPega PG-9025 and it works great. I’m sure Parrot’s own Sky Controller would work too, but it’s way overpriced in my opinion. The second, more insidious consequence of not using a proper controller is the reliance on wifi. Even in the best of conditions wifi range is pretty short. And other times… I once had it lose connection when it was about 20 feet away from me. Awesome. And once the connection is lost, the software takes way too long to reconnect. That’s assuming it can – if you have another connectable signal in the area (like, say, your home wifi) your phone will likely connect to that automatically when it loses the drone’s signal, in which case your connection is never coming back unless you back out of the flight app and go to your devices wifi setting. Yay. Meanwhile your drone is holding still if you’re lucky, but also quite possibly drifting away, as the station keeping seems so-so. And of course you can’t even send an emergency land signal to it because that also relies on wifi.

    Anyway, great fun when it’s working, but decision to not use a proper dedicated controller is really boneheaded and really cripples this drone – the default controls are useless and I wouldn’t trust flying it anywhere where a loss of connection could be detrimental.

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  3. 44 of 48 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Parrot Bebop Drone – Arrived 11-DEC-2015, December 13, 2015

    By G. Davenport

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    I have been interested in expanding my photography business into a commercial market by offering aerial photography as a service. Have been flying small unmanned aerial vehicles – for fun – for some time. This has proven to be a value added prerequisite for the aerial photography business I have in mind. Aerial photography has taken leaps and bounds in capability since the advent of advance drone technology. However, drones with imaging systems I looked at had low-resolution cameras attached to the drone bottom; with low quality images – and unstable captures produced in flight with lower end models. While those drones with higher resolution cameras (that would actually meet my need) had – not cheap – cameras attached with a stabilizing gimbal – and cost several thousands of dollars.

    Common sense dictated to me that a drone costing several thousands of dollars that could potentially crash and burn on a maiden voyage would not make me (or my wife) happy. I come across the Parrot Bebop quadcopter drone recently. This photography tool is actually designed as a flying camera (installed is a 14 Megapixel f/2.4 1080p HD 3-axis stabilized camera) – for just a few hundred dollars. Algorithms developed by engineers provides a 3-axis image stabilization system that maintains a fixed angle of the view regardless of the inclination of the drone or movement caused by wind turbulence.

    As a side note: I notice online several people that purchased the Bebop complaining that ‘this thing doesn’t work”. However – this drone is not a toy. The device analyzes data from numerous 3-axis sensors: accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, an ultrasound sensor with a 26 ½ foot reach, a pressure sensor and a vertical camera to measure speed. I would assume that most of these ‘complainers’ about the Bebop drone took the device out of the box – charged the battery – pushed the ‘takeoff’ button and expected the drone to fly itself. The way I approached this task is by viewing as much information as I could about the drone (especially pre-flight setup) – and then took baby steps to get my head wrapped around how to pilot the drone in flight. Perhaps rather than saying the Bebop drone is ‘crap’ these people were experiencing operator errors as opposed to equipment failures – you think?

    I did learn how to get the Bebop off the ground and land safely after it arrived at our home on Friday night. On Saturday morning I went outdoors to fly the drone from my backyard (see link below). This was the piloting process for me. I was cautious with the first flight – Setting the maximum hight and distance the drone could travel from me at 30 meters (about 99 feet). On the second flight I set the maximum hight and distance distance at 40 meters (about 131 feet) – and on this final flight in the linked video, I set the maximum hight and distance at 50 meters (about 164 feet) I did experience a drop in the wifi signal at 164 feet distance and about 100 feet in the air for several seconds – but my drone just hovered until it reconnected and I was able to continue the fight and bring it back to where I launched (most excellent!).

    I am impressed by how well this drone is designed, durable and has seamless functionality wirelessly with my iPad Air.


    The Davenport Projex

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