Holy Stone HS210 Mini Drone

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Holy Stone HS210 Mini Drone

Post by arizonajon » Fri May 03, 2019 6:42 pm

Alrighty - I finally bought myself a drone. This little HS210 is pretty cool. For ~$30, it's a quad rotor, comes with three batteries, controller, and will do some limited auto-aerobatics. Freaks the cats out. Like a giant bumblebee as it approaches. Huge prop wash.
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I am now studying for an FAA Remote Pilot license. I guess the next drone is gonna be a bigger one... With that license, I'll be able to fly up to 55 lbs... What will I do with that? I have not a clue. However, I did discover that my company has a number of licensed drone pilots, and they supply inspection services for big infrastructure.

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Re: Holy Stone HS210 Mini Drone

Post by ACalcutt » Sat May 04, 2019 8:13 am

Looks pretty cool, hopefully it flies better than the mini drone I have. The mini one I have doesn't have any autoleveling modes and it is soooo sensitive. The only thing I think your missing here is a video camera. mine has a little camera that can link up with my googles. getting the first person view while flying makes it a lot of fun.

A license for bigger drones sounds like a good idea. seems like all sorts of companys are getting into that these days

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Re: Holy Stone HS210 Mini Drone

Post by FallyIl » Fri Jan 24, 2020 5:03 am

Salut, eh, j'ai exactement le même à la maison, il est cool, ce mini drone peut atteindre une vitesse assez grande quand même et il est plutôt stable, j'ai été assez contente de mon achat :) https://jetspinner-france.com/boutique/ ... de-maison/

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Re: Holy Stone HS210 Mini Drone

Post by RuskinF » Wed May 13, 2020 8:04 am

The drone seems perfect.
Isn't DMV the one that issues licenses to the drone operators?
How far are you going to go to get a license?

The drone you mentioned - the HS-210 is a perfect drone to learn to operate an acrobatic drone.
The more you learn with a small drone, it becomes easier to operate it dynamically.

I hope you get your 55lbs license soon.

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