Parrot BeBop Drone 14 MP Full HD 1080p Fisheye Camera Quadcopter (Blue)

Parrot Bebop Drone is a lightweight yet robust quadricopter with 14 megapixel Full HD 1080p “fisheye” Camera and 3-axes image stabilization It’s important to read the attached user guide or watch the following videos to see how to set up Bebop & SkyController http://youtu.be/QRNziFTIi5s and also how to pilot it http://youtu.be/Dyggq1-VXJI We recommend Parrot users to make sure they’re using the latest firmware as we keep on improving it on a regular basis. This information is available on the main support page of Bebop and SkyController: http://www.parrot.com/usa/support/parrot-bebop-drone/ Parrot Customer Service and Technical Support is 877-9PARROT (972-7768); customers can also reach out online at http://www.parrot.com/usa/support/hotline if they need any technical assistance for all Parrot products.

Product Features

  • 1 Lithium ion battery required. (2 included in the box)
  • Heavy weight technology combined to featherweight design
  • 14 megapixel Full HD 1080p “fisheye” Camera and outstanding 3-axes image stabilization
  • Records videos and pictures in a 180° field with remarkable image quality
  • Built-in GPS for automatic return home and high altitude flight control
  • Piloted with Freeflight 3, an ultra-intuitive free application available on iOS, Android and Windows 8.1

3 thoughts on “Parrot BeBop Drone 14 MP Full HD 1080p Fisheye Camera Quadcopter (Blue)

  • I want to love the Parot Bebop Drone but it just won’t let me… I bought the drone only – no controller.It took me a few days to learn how to fly it with an iPhone/iPad because the box came with NO INSTRUCTIONS.Getting started——————-My first flight, which was indoors, consisted of it hovering for a few seconds and then it blasted straight up in the air so fast that when it hit the ceiling I thought it would come down in 20 pieces, but no only 2 ( the wireless panel on the back leg flew off). This happened to me two…

  • Bebop is not ready for Prime Time. After following the instructions to the letter I took Bebop outside on a calm day and sat it down and hit takeoff. It shot up to about 6 feet and hovered perfectly. I was controlling it with my Ipad which for awhile worked really well and I was thinking this thing is cool. Then suddenly it started gaining altitude for no reason and I immediately tried to bring it down and it responded by shooting skywards at warp speed and there was nothing I could do to stop it. I tried the return home button…

  • Good Drone for the Cost I think the vastly polarized reviews on the Bebop, ultimately come down to expectations and if people are willing to put in the effort to go online and read the online manual). I bought the Bebop as a replacement to a cheaper camera equipped quadcopter from China that had a motor burn out within a week. I had so much fun flying the cheaper version that I wanted something a little more stable and easier to fly and capture video, but I wasn’t willing to shell out over a grand for a DJI Phantom…

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