No One Noticed The IDEA-FLY Mars 350 quadcopter
Idea-Fly Mars 350 was designed to look cool, handle its business while still being relatively affordable. Idea-Fly has other nice quadcopters comprising its lineup, although none of them ever became popular; blame it on the Boogie, or bad advertising/marketing strategies. We all get excited at the sight of a DJI Phantom 4, and the Idea-Fly Mars 350 seems to brag about features that we consider long improved upon or standardized. There’s no obstacle avoidance or HD video downlink, while a 2-axis brushless gimbal will allow users to make use of any GoPro or similar cameras.
If you plan on enjoying extremely good flight autonomy, you should know that the Ide-Fly drone comes packed with a high-capacity 5400 mAh battery, which delivers 25 minutes worth of flight time – at least, in theory. It might be useful that, once the communication between the aircraft and transmitter is lost, the quadcopter will make a break for home – a.k.a. return to the takeoff point. Other features or specs worth mentioning include Intelligent Flight Mode, one key take off/land and up to 300 meters flight altitude. It all looks good, but this seems like a drone developed a while back, but got lost in the mail. The price for IDEA-FLY Drone is about $450.