Built for value rather than flash, the JJRC H20 is an ideal starting drone for those seeking a more aerial perspective. The only thing that distinguishes the H20W from a toy is that it contains the most important item that any non-military drone can have: a camera. Notice how many overhead tracking shots you've been seeing on television lately, shots that just a few years ago would have been too expensive for anyone but a movie director to use. That's because the shots are being filmed by cameras on drones. The H20W has a 2.0 megapixel camera on it -- not high-resolution enough for TV work but sufficient for hobbyists. Images are sent to a ground station by WiFi.
In terms of size, the JJRC H20W falls into the "not terribly large" category, weighing only 35 grams or 1.25 ounces. It's small enough to hold in one hand and is controlled by a device that doesn't look much different than the controller that comes with a PlayStation. The controller allows the drone to ascend and descend, move forward, backward, left and right, and to roll 360 degrees. A six-axis gyroscope keeps it stable in flight.
A few years ago the term "drone" called to mind either a pilotless aircraft used to drop bombs on faceless enemies half a world away or a worker who spent too many hours at the office. Now drones have become so much a part of our everyday life that it's not surprising to find your next door neighbor flying one around their yard -- or over your yard. Technically referred to as unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs, drones are aircraft flown by remote radio signals and the consumer variety is usually in the form of a hexacopter, shaped like a large, or sometimes not terribly large, dragonfly.
Cam is great no lag and no disturbance all in all its worth the money.
This drone is one of the best if not the best hexacopter out there. I have been wanting to get this drone for a long time but all the places I looked were too much money.
Stable Flyer like the JJRC H20 and H20C. You can use the same Transmitter and the same battery as the H20C. WLAN works very well, with only a very little time-delay.
The 3 speed modes are perfect if you want to learn to fly. Due to it's light weights and thin plastic it feels a bit cheap.
Camera is ok, but would be better if using a 5.8 GHz FPV system, instead of WiFi transmission.