The drone uses a 2.4 Ghz frequency band for long remote control distance. Drone allows multiple flights at the same time without any interference. Users can use individual controls to fly the drones, while taking photos and videos using our App and your smartphone’s WiFi connection.
Read this manual carefully before operating your drone.
1x USB Cable
2x Backup Propellers
- Align the drone protective guard with the two holes below.
- Press firmly on the arrow. Make sure that the guard is aligned flat agains the bottom.
- Correspond the Propellers with the hex nuts of the crankshaft (The arm identification is consistent with the Propeller identification)
- Tighten the screws clowkwise.
Assemble your Battery
- Correspond your fully charged Battery with the squared hole on the rear side of your drone and push it to the locked position. Make sure the battery is locked inside the drone.
1. Prep your drone
Open the wings & assemble protective guards. Make sure the protective guards rest flat against the bottom of the wings.
2. Charge your drone
Remove the lithium battery from the bottom of the drone and plug it into the included USB charging cable. When charging, the LED light will turn on. The red light will turn off when charging is complete. Let the battery charge 60 minutes on the first charge, and then charge time should be about 30 minutes going forward.
3. Install remote control batteries
The included remote control takes 3 AA batteries (not included). Open the battery cover on the back of the remote and insert the batteries. When you’re done, press the power switch in the middle-front of the remote to power it up.
4. Power up
Insert the charged lithium battery into the back of your drone and power on both devices. The light on your drone should be flashing when it is on.
5. Engage the drone with the remote control
Push the left throttle stick up and then down to engage the drone. The light on the drone will go solid, showing that it is engaged with the remote control.
6. Fly your drone
Once the drone is engaged, slowly pull the left throttle stick back until the drone begins to fly.
When you’re a new pilot, we recommend taking things slow while you get a feel for how your drone flies. When your drone first takes off, you might notice that it will drift backward, forward, left, or right.
7. Calibrate your drone
Take your drone for a spin! Experiment with the two joysticks so that you become familiar with flying and stabilizing your drone.
If your drone feels like it is going off course, use the fine-tuning buttons to adjust your drone’s calibration until it becomes steady.
8. Let’s Do Some Tricks!
Lastly, we’re going to teach you the best party trick you’ve ever seen. Fly your drone into an open area, at least 3 feet off the ground. Press the 360° button on top of your remote control. Next, push the right-joystick to the right or left…
KNOW YOUR REMOTE CONTROL
Parts of the remote control
Left Side Fly Fine-tuning
One Key Flips & Rolls
One Key Calibration
INSTALLING AND USING THE APP
1) Download & Install The app.
Your drone is designed to be used with the “WiFi_CAM” app, available in both the App Store and Google Play Store.
- Search for “WiFi_CAM” in the App Store or Google Play Store.
- Or scan the below QR Code to be sent directly to the app listing
CHANGE THE APP LANGUAGE
Bottom left : Click on “?”
Top : Make sure “English” is selected then validate with the arrow on right side.
CONNECT & USE
2) Connecting your phone to the drone
- Power ON your drone until you see a flashing LED. This signals that the drone is waiting for a connection from your mobile phone.
- Go to your phone’s settings and first turn OFF mobile data while connecting to the drone.
- Next go to your WiFi Settings and select the network called: “WIFI_4k_A17D97”
- Once connected, open the “WiFi_Cam” app and tap the “START” icon to enter the control interface
App Options & Actions
Control Interface Introduction
From the app, you will be able to take photos and videos with ease!
Tap the photo button (still camera icon) to bring up the camera interface. From here it will look familiar to taking photos from your native camera app, except now you’ll be using the streaming images from your drone!
To take videos, tap the video button (video camera icon) to bring up the video interface. Again, this will look familiar to taking videos on your native camera app. The live view from your drone will be streaming back to your phone in real-time, and the videos will be saved to your mobile device.
Houston, we have lift off! It takes a little practice to get good at flying a drone; but ours is especially easy to get the hang of, so you’ll be a pro in no time!
If ever you find that you need our assistance, drop us an line on our 24/7 email: [email protected]
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SECURITY & ENVIRONMENT
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
My drone is not staying on course or is out of control.
Check to ensure that there are no strongwinds that may be impacting the courseof the drone. Try bringing the drone atleast 30cm from the ground to reduce the“ground effect”. Follow the instructions forFine-Tuning Function to further stabilizethe drone flight. Ensure that you arekeeping the remote control within 100meters of the drone at all times duringflight.
My drone is failing to ascend
If your drone is failing to ascend, pleasecheck the battery levels of your controllerand drone and ensure that they are fullycharged. Make sure that the rotation ofthe blades is fast enough to cause thedrone to ascend.
My drone is landing too fast
If your drone is landing too fast, trymanually pulling down the throttle stickslowly so that your drone loses altitude ata slower pace.
My WiFi connection to the drone keeps dropping
If your phone is disconnecting from thedrone’s WiFi signal, you may need toadjust one of two settings on your phone.1) When connecting to the drone’s WiFiyour phone may ask if you want to stayconnected to this WiFi signal even thoughit does not have an internet connection.Check the box next to this setting.2) Some phones allow for prioritizingspecific WiFi Network connections.Making your drone’s WiFi Network thehighest priority may help with yourconnection stability without impactingyour normal usage
My controller is failing to connect
Check to ensure that both the controllerand the drone are turned on and havebattery life. If they are still failing toconnect, please reset both units andfollow the directions to connect thetransmitter and receiver again.
My drone is not staying on course or is out of control.
Check to ensure that there are no strongwinds that may be impacting the courseof the drone. Try bringing the drone atleast 30cm from the ground to reduce the“ground effect”. Follow the instructions forFine-Tuning Function to further stabilizethe drone flight. Ensure that you arekeeping the remote control within 100meters of the drone at all times duringflight