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Skeye nano drone measures four centimeters wide and only two centimeters tall, making it possibly the smallest drone. Its four propellers have a radius of less than one centimeter. It will control a dedicated controller and can be moved up to 50 meters from the radio control without a problem.
At Computerhoy, we have analyzed drones of many types: terrestrial, aerial and even spherical. In this case, we will talk about the smallest quadcopter in the world, the SKEYE Nano Drone, which we are dying to although we have not tried it. Despite what many may think, the mini drone costs about 50 euros, making it a technological whim within reach of many. The equipment has three flight modes, which will depend on the experience of the person who handles it, so it does not matter if you are a beginner or an expert:
The drone has no built-in camera, so it will only use to watch it fly. In any case, it can perform acrobatics in the air (up to 8 different ones), which makes up for that lack of objective. Its creators assure us that the SKEYE Nano Drone is much more manageable than most drones on the market, but we cannot confirm that until we try it.
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Be that as it may, the SKEYE Nano Drone is an exciting bet in this market that is taking off at times since it can carry with you because it only measures 4×4 centimetres. To give you an impression of how small it is, we leave you the video of the Parrot Rolling Spider, a drone that seemed small to us and that measures about 20 centimetres
It has a 6-axis flight control system and adjustable gyroscope sensitivity. Also, it comes with LED lights that allow it to fly at night or in a dark room. And, thanks to its small size, it has no problem flying indoors.
Its battery has a range of 7 or 8 minutes and can control from a maximum distance of 50 meters. Also, the SKEYE Nano Drone controller requires only two AAA batteries, which are cheap and easy to replace.
Skeye Nano Drone
This Nano drone that fits in the tribute of your hand is a technological gadget that we are sure will please both the youngest and the oldest.
- Black Hornet
- length: 10 centimeters
- width: 2.5 centimeters
- rotor diameter: 12 centimetres
- weight: 18 grams
- range: 1.6 kilometres
- systems: 3 cameras for video and photo in full HD
Scouts leaving their vehicle take a storage bag containing everything to operate the Black Hornet: a remote control, screen and a built-in battery for charging the two drones. The charging time is about as long as the flight time (about 20 minutes). It means that set can fly almost continuously.
Skeye Nano Drone of Battery
The charging cable offers a solution if the battery becomes empty during a patrol or in the vehicle. It can charge on the battery of an HF or 117F radio.
- Can control the helicopters in 2 ways:
- by sight, by the handheld display and video link;
- independently on the programmable autopilot and the GPS.
- Display of Black Hornet Nano Drone
During patrols, the scout watches live with the drone via the screen; from the point of view of energy saving, the screen shows only’ 800×600 megapixels. Afterwards, they can view the images in full HD. The video connection between the controller and the drone is secured. The photos will save automatically.
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