FQ777 FQ11 WiFi FPV Foldable Arm Camera Drone Flight Test Review



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This very portable little quadcopter includes folding arms, real time FPV flight video, and has a larger than normal battery for extra long flight time (for a nano). Find the FQ777 FQ11 WiFi FPV here

Pros
– Very portable with folding arms. Its controller also serves as its carrying case.
– Real time in flight video (FPV) which is viewable via your smartphone over WiFi connection to the quadcopter. Includes an adjustable phone holder which clips on to the controller.
– Includes an unusually large (for a nano) 3.7V 220mah battery. This gives this little quadcopter plenty of flight time. The longest flight time that I’ve seen for a nano FPV drone.
– Very fast and maneuverable. More of an outdoor flier for these reasons.
– Has “tail wag” mode (extreme yaw rate button).
– Controller also includes a built-in charging cable to allow recharging if the quadcopter in the field using the controller’s AA batteries for power.
– Headless mode and one key return.
– Does not require FAA registration.

Con’s
– Somewhat short range due to WiFi interference with controller.
– Does not have altitude hold.

Vendor’s Description:
Description:
Brand: FQ777
Item name: FQ777 FQ11 3D Mini RC Quadcopter
Frequency: 2.4G
Channel: 4
Gyro: 6 axis
Camera: 0.3MP
SD Card: 2G(901A)
FPV: Wifi
Product battery: 3.7V 220mAh 20c(Included)
Remote battery: 4 x AAA dry battery(Not included)
Charging time: 40-60mins
Flying time: 7-10mins
R/C distance: about 30-50m
Color: Black, Rose, Gold, Silver
Product size: 9.6 x 9.6 x 2.9cm
Distance of motor shaft to motor shaft: 5.4 x 5.4 x 2.9cm
Product weight: 24g(with battery)
Package weight: 400g

Features:
With Foldable Arm.
WIFI FPV with 0.3MP HD camera.
Inverted Flight, Rolling 180° ,3D Flip
With Headless Mode,no need to adjust the position of aircraft before flying .
One key to return function makes it easily to find the way home.
4 Channel which can do ascend, descend, forward, backward, left sideward fly, right sideward fly and rolling 360°
It has 6-axis gyro which can have more stable flying and be easy to control
With collapsible arm, very convenient to keep it in the case.
The quadcotper can be charged in transmitter.
It can realize 3D tumbling in four directions with 4 LED lights.
Lightweight airframe with nice durability

Function:Photo/Video, 3D flip, up/down, left/right, sideward fight, forward/backward, turn left/right, with gyro/flash lights,

Package Included: 1 x FQ777 FQ11 3D Mini RC Quadcopter, 1 x 3.7V 220MAH battery, 1 x Transmitter, 1 x USB cable, 4 x Propeller, 1 x Screw driver, 1 x Phone Holder, 1 x Manual

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good morning quite Cocker 101 here and what I got for you today you might say oh you reviewed that already well this is not really this is the FQ 777 FQ 11 W now the W model is the Wi-Fi fpv version of the fq 777f q xi now those have you seen my review of the FQ 11 know that the FQ 11 is a portable and horrible quadcopter little nano quadcopter pretty darn cool what why they could do this you know you just unfold the arms and you're ready to go it also has a quite a big battery for all quite a long flight time at least the FQ 11 version does much flying I believe close to nine minutes or over nine minutes it's the longest flying nano quadcopter in existence okay we'll see if that's still the case with this Wi-Fi fpv version because of course the Wi-Fi fpv is the transmitter in this is going to take some power from that battery so we'll see so again you know it's a very ingenious design with foldable arms there's your fpv antenna very large battery 220 ml a per hour and on/off switch and a power plug right there for charging the battery let's look at the transmitter transmitter is kind of unique also it has a notes transmitter first also a carrying case for this quadcopter it also has a charging cable in here that you can unplug and charge your quadcopter out in the field using the four double A batteries of this transmitter the controls on the transmitter this is for rates for going to beginner intermediate expert this has a tail wag mode which is extremely ah that you activate by pressing this button here these are trim buttons for pitch roll for there's a camera version also of this quadcopter not just Wi-Fi but a pure camera version and that would be these buttons here for taking video and photos these buttons will be inoperative though for this Wi-Fi version okay this is for recording the stuff onto an SD card and there is a version of the 211 which has a camera and an SD card slot this is one key return and this is headless mode so that more or less is all the buttons on this let's go over the app for this now the app for thee this is not fu my phone came sorry about that folks okay we're going to fly this right now I moved over the shade to be able to fly this so we'll be able to see the fpv video on the phone now there is a fq 777 app on play that is not for this quadcopter this quadcopter uses Wi-Fi UFO okay so there is another app other than fq 77 which this uses so we're going to turn on the quadcopter first and place it on a relatively flat level surface i brought a piece of cardboard for such an occasion and before I came out here I actually connected this quadcopter at home via Wi-Fi to my phone so my phone will be automatically connecting to it and it did and now we're going to open up that app that I told you about and again it is Wi-Fi UFO so activating the app and then you hit play and we should have fpv video and we do now I'm going to make sure that control is off on this because we're gonna be controlling is strictly through this phone here but we will be recording a video I'm not going to record just yet I want to bind this this transmitter to this app by pressing that button there and we're bound actually took off there for a second okay we're ready to go now I'm going to turn on the recorder by pressing that button there and again this records the video directly to the phone let's take it up and see how it performs now the original version of this quadcopter was very twitchy and this one is kind of twitchy – I'm got I got two fingers I'm holding the throttle with today because of that but it's Wi-Fi is working well but but but but since we are operating on the same frequency 2.4 gigahertz fpv frequency as the transmitter we see we have reduced range so this does not have the right same range as the original FQ or 11 nan laughs I version Ranger this appears to be after that appears to be about 15 meters so you got to keep this one in close keep it in real close let's take it off again and that's what we'll do for the remainder of the flight let me make sure I got that video I'm going to start over again take another video recording okay so now we know with this Wi-Fi flier you want to keep it close and I will keep it close okay while we're up in here let's try the you one key return I think it was pointed that way no I know what it was pointed over on let's bring it back and we're going to rebind we want it to be pointed that way so what we're going to do is turn off this transmitter turn off the video turning on the transmitter again rebinding it setting that is the headless mode direction turning on the camera going back to the air and going out a bit and then hit in one key return now I don't know how okay it thinks that's the one key return heading one key return and here it comes back how about headless mode here's headless mode one bad pushing forward to the right and this mode is working coming out headless mode well you know if you want to close in fire actually this one it seems to be more stable than the one I flew originally at least the throttle is they've adjusted that the original FQ 11 it's not twitchy like that one was but again it's not very far range because they had a nice little drop out there 11 meters it flys flys well just curious is it have the the legs or the flight time that the original fq 11 diz of over 9 minutes I doubt that because of the Wi-Fi again the transmitter is going to be second power but again most Wi-Fi fpv flyers only have a flight time around three minutes so this exceeds three minutes that's a plus and it's in the box right there okay you've been seeing the video on this let's go out in the Sun a bit so you can see the quadcopter better a lot flips I'll do flips I forgot to mention you do flips by pressing the picture all stick and then telling it what direction to flip and it flips okay about that higher rates let's go to higher rate because this is intermediate its maneuverable let's try to tail wag and it has extreme yaw go back to beginner so yeah you're looking for a maneuverable Wi-Fi fpv flier this is it too bad doesn't have headless mode though if it had headless mode it could compete with a CX w d which is a pretty darn cool quadcopter too but it don't it's a pure manual flier so you have to I would recommend if you get this that you already have some flying skills or use this as a learn to fly and forget about the fpv just keep it in beginners right brayton learn to fly that way but not bad up after intermediate flier so they'd like this go back the tail wag till lag coming back to beginners right that's not beginners rate intermediate there's my wife a dog yeah it's a long flyer long long slider I got myself that happens let's lay out it for a second I want to do something okay see if I can calibrate the gyros just a deed I guess you can there you go let's turn off that video I've been recording for a while remainder the flight we are going to fly just to check out maneuverability this is beginners right which is kind of unusual it has a that's a fast yaw rate for beginners radom kind of find that hard to believe I am in beginners rate let me double-check that okay hopefully that's beginners right that's better I was not the beginners right that was two extremely ah let's try the punch on this sands a lot of power I'll give you that you ready set let's turn on the camera give it some punch camera on okay let's plated let's point it this way and do the punch again Ready Set camera view fellas it's a long flyer long flyer okay okay there's a hawker he's I in this thing he is eyeing it see him up here I don't want him to get it he comes after it I'm gonna go chasing it but he's on top of the light there let's see he's eyeing this this would be a first folks I am recording so if he does get it and it Hawks hungry okay the lights are flashing now let's see if you can see that you see that folks lights are flashing so we know we're getting done or low and battery power turning off the camera making sure I get that recording okay and that's it now there's a co-op or a raven up there saying go away mr. hawk let's watch it for a second you see you know like that hawk okay well that was a flight okay chased the hawk away that was the flight of the fq 7 7 7 fq 11w neat little flyer neat little Wi-Fi flyer i hope you enjoyed this flight it's quite cut through water 1 setting

33 thoughts on “FQ777 FQ11 WiFi FPV Foldable Arm Camera Drone Flight Test Review

  1. Anyone help me out? Just bought one of these but I think the gyroscope is out of whack. I reset it with the transmitter but nothing changed. Seems to be pulling to one wing really hard. Should I open her up?

  2. Hey Brother I have bought many drones due to your excellent videos….You are the" Drone Master" By watching your videos..I started out on the smaller and cheaper Syma's and became a skilled flyer, before I got my first Dji, then the Phantom 3 and now the Pro 4..Thanks for excellent advise….Its insane for someone to go out and buy a 4 or a Mavic Pro as a first drone….

  3. – I have a question regarding the charging of this quadcopter.
    – Tthe manual said that"The red light is on when charging,green light is on when charging finishes.Charging time is about 40-60 minutes"
    – After I connect the transmitter to the FQ11 (through the small yellow cable inside the transmitter) to charge directly from it, then I turn the transmitter ON. the LED Power button turn from red to blue, and then it remains blue like that for over an hour, and I have no idea when the charging will be finished. Will the LED light changes when it's fully charged or will it always remains blue like that ?
    -Please help.

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