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3DR Solo Quadcopter Bundle with Gimbal, Backpack, Battery, and 8 Propellers

July 14, 2016 - Comment

The world’s smartest drone is also the easiest to fly. With features like pushbutton flight and computer-assisted Smart Shots, Solo makes it easy for anyone to get professional aerial photos and video. Product Features GoPro sold separately. Solo runs two 1 GHz computers, one on the copter and one in the controller, connected via a

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The world’s smartest drone is also the easiest to fly. With features like pushbutton flight and computer-assisted Smart Shots, Solo makes it easy for anyone to get professional aerial photos and video.

Product Features

  • GoPro sold separately.
  • Solo runs two 1 GHz computers, one on the copter and one in the controller, connected via a powerful dedicated Wi-Fi signal.
  • This enables Solo to do amazing things that no personal drone has ever been able to do.
  • Its powerful and one-of-a-kind computer-assisted Smart Shot modes allow Solo to fly itself so you can focus on shooting; the perfect photo or video is always just a few taps away.
  • Solo is also the first all-in-one drone to offer live streaming of HD video from your GoPro directly to your mobile device, as well as built-in HDMI for live broadcast in HD.

Comments

Joliver310 says:

Horrendous customer service, complete nightmare company I really hate to be writing this. The drone is well built and did a few really great flights that were easy to control and smooth. Right out of the box, the HDMI to GoPro didn’t work. All I got on the mobile app screen was a solid magenta screen instead of a live video feed. I contacted support and they never responded. I tried again and got nothing. So I couldn’t see the flight through the drone’s eyes, which meant being super conservative, as well as not getting the value the whole thing is…

Nick Nicholas, MSW says:

Most Regretted Purchase I’ve Ever Made “We’re here for you 24/7” all of 3DR’s promotional materials say. This is unmitigated BS. Telephone support — at any time of the day — was eliminated about a week ago (approx. 2/15/16) and the company shifted to tech support via chat and email only. Originally chat was supposedly available 7am to 12am M-F, but my most recent experience — in which I was never able to get any chat assistance whatsoever — indicates that they shut down chat around 3pm PST. That leaves email as the only…

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