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Ruko F11GIM Drones with Camera for Adults, 2-Axis Gimbal 4K EIS Camera, 2 Batteries 56Mins Flight Time,Brushless Motor, 5GHz FPV Transmission, GPS…

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Ruko F11GIM Drones with Camera for Adults, 2-Axis Gimbal 4K EIS Camera, 2 Batteries 56Mins Flight Time,Brushless Motor, 5GHz FPV Transmission, GPS…
Ruko F11GIM Drones with Camera for Adults, 2-Axis Gimbal 4K EIS Camera, 2 Batteries 56Mins Flight Time,Brushless Motor, 5GHz FPV Transmission, GPS…



  • 4K Camera with Mechanical Gimbal plus EIS: The 4K camera with 2-Axis gimbal stabilization plus the EIS (Electric Image Stabilization) technology reduce blurriness at the maximum, provides you incredible clear and stable video and picture quality; pictures are taken with 4K(3840 x 2160); Videos recorded with 4K@30fps; besides, camera zoom function can provide you more detail.
  • Double Flight Time:The package came with two intelligent batteries, each can provide a max 28mins and total up to 56mins flight time; 5G FPV transmission distance can achieve 1900-3900ft; remote control range is as long as 4900ft.
  • Easy to Fly: The advanced fly app offers a simple and intuitive user experience, enabling you to start your flight adventure with few steps, and create the incredible smooth footage only with few taps.
  • Powerful yet Safe: The drone’s brushless motors provide a more quiet but powerful flight while in the air, fly speed can up to 15m/s; GPS Auto-Return Home function guarantee you a safe flight; GPS positioning and air pressure altitude control system create stable flight.
  • Intelligent Flight Features:GPS assisted features such as Waypoint flight, GPS follow me, Point of Interest flight allow you to enjoy the creative fun of flight; fly app offers comprehensive fun features, you can share your adventure with just one tap! Start a fun adventure.

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Specification: Ruko F11GIM Drones with Camera for Adults, 2-Axis Gimbal 4K EIS Camera, 2 Batteries 56Mins Flight Time,Brushless Motor, 5GHz FPV Transmission, GPS…


11 x 11 x 5 inches


‎1.29 pounds




2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)



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4 reviews for Ruko F11GIM Drones with Camera for Adults, 2-Axis Gimbal 4K EIS Camera, 2 Batteries 56Mins Flight Time,Brushless Motor, 5GHz FPV Transmission, GPS…

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  1. Brentq

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     This is one straight up sweet drone. If you are in the market for a drone that will take decent video and won’t break the bank, offer some features available in higher end drones, and is super fun to fly, this is the drone for you. The customer support is amazing (they actually called me back when I called them with a question), it comes with some extra parts (props), the batteries are long lasting, the controller is hefty and stable, the app is intuitive, and it’s a drone that I would let my friends fly if they so desired because it’s so easy to fly. Some quick advice: you WILL need to register this drone in the US. However, it’s a quick easy process and only costs $5. In fact, you don’t even have to own one to register as any additional drones you get after you get your number fall under the same number. Download Kitty Hawk app for LAANC approval from the FAA to get quick flight approval in controlled airspace. It takes only a minute or two to obtain most approvals. The good thing is, most airspace IS NOT controlled and so you can go to the 400 ft limit and not be in violation of FAA regulations. In all cases, situational awareness is key.

    I have uploaded a flight video and unboxing. It’s a little out of order in that the flight video is in the middle of the unboxing, but, that does not in any way take away from the content. One other thing: this video is NOT at maximum resolution.. Amazon wouldn’t take it! Too big of a file. I figure quantity is good when it comes to information. Enjoy!

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  2. Charles

    This is my second drone, my first being an F11 Pro which I LOVE!!! Since this is essentially an updated version of the Pro, rather than repeating that review (which you can find on the product page by searching “fun little drone!”) I thought I’d just cover the changes/improvements.

    The most noticeable difference is the changes to the camera. On the Pro model, the camera is attached directly to the body of the drone. While this doesn’t have much of an effect on taking stationary pictures, it does impact the video. Sudden movements make the camera bob (think of how hitting the gas or brake on a car causes your head to move), which at times made navigating by video a little disorienting. The gimbal setup on this model helps to counteract this so that you get a lot smoother video. One thing I think is worth noting is that gimbal can make the camera feel a bit flimsy as it lets the camera move freely (which is the entire purpose of the gimbal). When I first removed the camera cover, I thought I had broke it.

    In terms of the quality of the video feed, all I can say is WOW! I’m sure how to put it in words, but the best example I can think of is going from SD to HD TV: you don’t realize what you’re missing with standard tv until to see the capabilities of HDTV. As for pictures, the overall quality has also improved, although I didn’t notice as much of an improvement as I did with the video. I primarily only used the Pro’s camera to take pictures of my home’s roof to check for hail damage, so the camera was sufficient for me, but the photos did suffer from some fisheye distortion around the edges. The Gim’s camera no longer suffers from the fisheye effect. One nice addition is that the camera now has a zoom feature of up to 5x, meaning that you don’t have to fly as near to (and risk crashing the drone into) your subject to get a close up picture.

    While you can fly the drone with the controller alone, you will certainly want to use the companion app to get the best experience. Previously Ruko used a somewhat generic app that supported several different drone models, but now has its own branded app that exclusively supports F11 series drones. The overall interface looks essentially the same, but they have added a few new features like being to add music to your videos and filters to your photos. The app also has voice alerts that let you know things like if you drone is getting out of distance or the battery is running low. There are likely a few other new features in the app, but I haven’t had time to fully dive into it yet.

    The controller has been slightly redesigned. In my personal opinion I like the feel of the Pro controller better; however, the Gim controller offers some nice new features which more than make up for the it. Rather than just having a few indicator lights, the Gim’s controller has icons which match those used within the app. I found this to be pretty handy as it allowed me to quickly glance at the controller rather than having to find the icons on the phone screen which can be hard to see at times (no fault of the drone; sunlight just makes phones hard to see at times.) One thing they didn’t change is that the phone mount of the controller pushes the on/off button on the side of my phone. This is mostly a minor inconvenience as all you have to do is place the phone slightly off-center.

    In terms of performance, the Gim has a greater broadcast distance than the Pro. I can’t say for certain how much farther because I lost sight of the drone, but fortunately one press of the “Return Home” button brought it back. The drone’s top speed has also been increased. According to the specs the Pro’s top speed is 26.8 mph whereas the Gim’s top speed is about 33.5 mph. I don’t have a radar gun to verify these speeds, but I can easily tell that the Gim is faster.

    The maximum supported onboard micro SD card size has been increased from 32 GB to 128 GB. This wasn’t very important to me because I use an old cell phone to run the drone app and the pictures & videos are saved to phone’s memory rather than bother with an SD card, although now that I’ve seen what the camera it may come in handy as I do more recording and take a lot more pictures.

    One thing that hasn’t changed that I feel is worth noting is the instruction manual (which, by the way, you can download on this page). Although it explains the basics of how to do things, it doesn’t go into much detail. You’ll definitely want to check out some of the online videos; otherwise you’ll likely be like I was initially with the Pro and miss out on a lot of cool features.

    That pretty well covers the differences I noticed between the Pro and the Gim. So which one is right for you? That depends. If your budget is tight or you plan on maybe flying the drone a few times before it ends up in the closet collecting dust, stick with the Pro as it is still a fun little drone. Otherwise you’ll definitely want to go with the Gim as the new/improved features make for a far more enjoyable experience. Either way, in my opinion the F11 series of drones are a great entry into the world of flight.

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  3. Charles

    Ruko has continued to do a stellar job in the F11 series. I took a chance and opted for the new F11 GIM because I wanted the 2 axis gimbal for better video capture. I believe it was worth the additional cost and I really enjoy flying it.
    It is super user friendly.
    It has more features than others at this price range.
    I’m glad it came with an extra battery for almost an hour of flight.
    I will be purchasing addition batteries to increase my flight times when hunting for certain shots or exploring new places.
    It comes with a solid case, not cheap in feel or look.
    The app is solid. Looks like others but so far no glitches or issues.
    If your new to drones and looking to put your money into something worthwhile yet not sure with the overwhelming amount of choices, look no further than RUKO.

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  4. Matt Frey

    Drone is well built and quieter than other drones I have flown. Flight time is outstanding. The camera does not do video well. I have tried two different micro sd cards, one capable of 170mb/sec speeds and the video will start jumping them smooth out, jump some, smooth out, over and over again. The gimble does great at keeping the image stable but the video quality is not usable because of the skipping frames. The return to home is accurate and the image track works well. So does GPS track. If you are in an area with poor GPS signal. The drone will all of the sudden just take off. Unfortunately my house seems to be in one of those areas. All in all it is a very good flying drone. The 4k pictures are good but if you are wanting it for video, mine anyway does not do that very well.

    The video is fine that was recorded on the phone. Looks like the choppy playback is due to my computer hardware trying to process the 4K video. My monitor is not 4K. With a full 4K set up it should be fine. Do check the GPS signal where you fly though. It fly’s excellent with a good signal but is there are any obstructions like buildings around the signal will degrade and you can have flight stability issues.

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