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Syma Drone with 1080P FPV Camera,Optical Flow Positioning,Tap Fly,Altitude Hold,Headless Mode,3D Flips,2 Batteries 40mins Flying UFO Remote Control…

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Syma Drone with 1080P FPV Camera,Optical Flow Positioning,Tap Fly,Altitude Hold,Headless Mode,3D Flips,2 Batteries 40mins Flying UFO Remote Control…
Syma Drone with 1080P FPV Camera,Optical Flow Positioning,Tap Fly,Altitude Hold,Headless Mode,3D Flips,2 Batteries 40mins Flying UFO Remote Control…



  • Stable and Clearer Views: X300 Camera Drone equipped with a 1080p HD camera and FPV real-time Wi-Fi Transmission let you experience the fast and clear first person view flight and brings the excellent video and picture for you. Capture a HD footage and directly saved, share the amazing view to social media with just one click.
  • Smart APP Control: You can not only control this FPV drone by remote control but also control it by Syma APP. Syma APP is equipped with many interesting functions, such as flight path mode. Draw a route on your app then the drone will fly along the path you set. Add much fun to your flight!
  • Advance Optical Flow Positioning: The technology of optical flow positioning makes the remote control quadcopter hover more stable, and achieve better performance in precise location and photograph.
  • Flying Longer: Features with Low-voltage protection and over-current protection and equipped with 4 Propeller Guards that fully protects the propellers and improves flight experience; 2 Powerful batteries support up to 40 Mins fly, modular design make it easier to charge.
  • User Friendly: Headless Mode, Altitude Mode and One Key to Take-off / Land function make easier access to kids or beginners, adapts to all experience levels even for kids and beginners. This remote control drone with camera is a ideal gift for your child or friend.

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Specification: Syma Drone with 1080P FPV Camera,Optical Flow Positioning,Tap Fly,Altitude Hold,Headless Mode,3D Flips,2 Batteries 40mins Flying UFO Remote Control…


7.28 x 7.24 x 3.62 inches


1.34 pounds



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6 reviews for Syma Drone with 1080P FPV Camera,Optical Flow Positioning,Tap Fly,Altitude Hold,Headless Mode,3D Flips,2 Batteries 40mins Flying UFO Remote Control…

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  1. Jeremy Bays

    The SYMA X300 foldable Drone is very friendly to use, I called the tech support for the installation and he was very helpful. It is good for the whole family also. I like the 1080p HD camera , the video is in high quality on my phone, I have an IPhone and it works great. You have to download the app called “SYMA FLY” there is a connection instructions there for you to connect to the phone.

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  2. Katieg33

    This is a great drone to fly around in the backyard. The assembly is quick and easy (even without the instructions) and flight is smooth and controlled.
    Only tip I would give is…. use outside only.

    When I was putting the drone together, I started the engines and the drone flew around my living room like a drunken sparrow. People jumping and dodging and running for cover… was awesome…..I mean……bad.

    Buy this drone and have many hours of fun (it includes 2 batteries).

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  3. aceproduction

    Disclaimer: I own a DJI Mavic Pro, and started out with a Holy Stone quadcopter. I’ve flown smaller ones like the DJI Spark, which is similar in size. I would say that for the price, this is a five-star drone. You get a lot for $80.
    Small manageable size – the drone is large enough to make it feel like a nice machine, but small enough, especially when folded, to port around, which is nice because it lends itself to easy travel. You can also easily launch it and land it from and on your hand.

    Robust and reasonably crash proof – The blade guards seemed kind of flimsy, and didn’t stay on well, so I flew without them. The drone handled test crashes well. The propellers held up well, with only some minor scrapes after hitting the ground and nearby trees. The copter simply hit the ground and the arms folded in on impact.

    Quiet – The drone has a relatively quiet sound, and isn’t too loud. I could talk to those next to me while flying without having to raise my voice while the copter was only a few feet away.

    Auto-flip function – This is fun. When executed, the drone flips in your specified direction, rolling quickly left, right, forward or backward and returning to hovering once completed. The flip function does not work once the battery drops below a certain percentage.

    LED lights for battery and connectivity – These are easy to see when on the ground and display info about the battery when charging or low, and connectivity when first powered on. The rear lights are green, and the ones in the front are red, but they can be hard to see in daylight once it gets more than about 30 feet away.

    Good range. I flew the drone about 70 or 80 feet away laterally without any problems, and about 40 feet up before coming down for fear of wind gusts. It worked fine, with no noticeable latency.

    Headless Mode – Great function for learning pilots, especially for a drone like this that has no camera feed. However, the instructions are quite confusing on how to engage this and it took me a solid 5 minutes of fiddling with the controls to get it to work. To get this to work, take off, hold the button at the top left of the controller until it starts beeping, and then push the stick forward. The forward-facing direction will remain that relative forward until this function is disengaged.

    Tuning – This was easy to do, and I liked the tactility of the joystick buttons. I found it worked well.

    Camera usability- The quality is good, and it is fun to use. However, I’m kind of in the middle on this, which is why the camera is in both the pros and cons. It does provide an accurate view of what the drone sees, and I didn’t have almost any lag. The picture resolution was nice. It’s not super easy to use, but I was able to figure out most of the controls while flying.

    Battery: This had a nice battery life, with about 22 minutes of battery life to 1.5 hours charging time. I didn’t stream video, which I would imagine uses a bit more battery, bt for my medium intensity flight, I was very happy with the flight time, especially considering that they give you two batteries, which could give you about 45 minutes of flight time.

    Unstable/Jerky Camera – Because the camera is hard-mounted to the drone body, the video is very twitchy and jerky as the drone flies around and tilts, particularly when descending. The video became very shaky. I found myself more inclined to use the photo option over the video though, because of how unstable it was. I also found the field of view to be frustratingly narrow, and wanted a more upwards view from the drone.

    Instructions aren’t very clear – I found myself struggling to engage Headless mode, as well as set up the camera, one of the main selling points with this drone. I’ve found this is a common issue with Syma instructions, and it just makes the products a lot harder to use. There are occasional typos, and the layout is confusing.

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  4. aceproduction

    The SYMA x300 is an amazing entry level drone a price I was at first skeptical about. After all, you get what you pay for right? Not here….you get way more than you pay for. This drone packs feature that others don’t have at twice the price. The X300 comes with 2 batteries; the battery seems to go much longer than other drones. I think I got around 50 minutes of flying (25 minute per battery). Charge time is 1-2 hours per battery depending on the wattage of your plug. The remote is fantastic that comes with it. You can use it with or without your smart phone as the remote has an attachment arm that cradles your smart device for full screen action mode. The drone hovers at whatever height you set it to and you can take your hands off the control and it will sit stationary at the height the last input you gave it. So if you end up in a panic pilot situation, just let your thumbs off the joystick and it will stop in space. A feature that saves you from avoiding crashes and damage. On windy days, the trim is easy to adjust as well. So if you want to hover and the drone is blowing downwind, just push in the joystick and fly it against the wind for a second and you’re hovering in one spot. It’s that simple to tune it in any conditions. The input and responsiveness are spot on as well. Many drones in this price point will take a second or two to react to inputs instantly making the X300 an incredibly fun flying experience. One of the greatest features is a single button “return to earth feature.” Just hit the button once and the X300 drone descends to earth and pauses millimeters above the ground before a gentle touchdown. I highly recommend this as a trainer drone to stepping into more expensive models when you want to progress into more advanced features which come at a high price tag. Fly this for a couple of weeks and you’ll be glad you have the experience and confidence I gained immediately from my maiden flight. I plan to step up the SYMA X500 that a friend is flying now that I understand the basics of flight control. This will always be in my quiver for flying fun and for teaching new pilots the exciting world of remote drone flying. You won’t find a better drone in that “under $100 price point.”

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  5. Stan

    I have been using it for more than a week and this is my review for the Syma X300 foldable drone.
    It turns out overall the great drone with camera for the beginners. The drone it self is well made and sturdy. The camera quality is awesome with the practice flying smoothly you can get great shot. Flight time is also good i got roughly 15 minutes average during my testing. Controls are easy to work, headless function works on both the controller and on a smartphone app. Overall best for the price.

    First of all the video quality it takes a big learning curve to get a smooth shot out of this. The blades are not sturdy enough i have already ripped my first pair. The biggest flow i noticed is the folding legs they fold back very easy and it makes drone unstable. I suggest the better locking mechanism for the folding leg will be great.

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  6. Krunal Jayswal

    Completely useless

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