Syma X15W Easy FPV Camera Drone Flight Test Review

This little FPV drone should be an excellent learn to fly quadcopter for beginners. Video is viewable on your phone via WiFi connection. Find it here

– Good looking quadcopter.
– Easy flier. Should be good for beginners.
– Real time in-flight FPV video viewable on your smartphone.
– Altitude hold with automatic takeoff and landing.
– Headless mode.
Good flight time at close to 8 minutes.

– Low resolution 480p video.
– Proprietary battery connector.

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  1. Hey what do you think the main diff are between the X15w and the X21w besides size, seems to have exact same features.are the x15 motors faster ? or…?.thinking of buying one for wife but not sure which one

  2. Syma continues to put out "uninspiring" offerings. About the only Syma I can recommend is the original non-AH X5C-1, which had a far better camera than this one. I would think that, at some point, due to diminishing market share, they would change their design strategy .. I won't hold my breath. On top of its completely lack-luster performance and features, the X15W is not cheap at $60 (I think you can still get X5C-1 BNFs for $23 … team that up with a $14 X8 TX and you'd have something). Kind of sad to see Syma sticking with proprietary connectors, 0.3mp cameras and wi-fi quads that will only give you a decent picture for 50-60 feet. Oh well, perhaps they will look at MJX's recent successful series of "Bugs" quadcopters and try to up their game. Hope that you were able to help the dogs. They may be "Chipped", in which case, any 'animal control officer' should have a reading device to find out who the owner is. Cheers.


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