YUNEEC Breeze Quadcopter Getting Started
– Hi, I’m Clark. Let’s learn all about your new Yuneec Breeze. The Breeze is Yuneec’s smallest drone, designed to be more like a flying camera. And at just under one pound, it’s very lightweight, perfect for traveling and capturing amazing photos and videos on the go. With your Yuneec Breeze, you can capture incredible 4K video and high-resolution stills. It’s easy to take beautiful shots with features like Follow Me, Journey and Orbit modes. And with the built-in sharing options, it’s a snap to show off what Breeze can do. With this drone, you’re not just limited to flying outdoors. Breeze has an Indoor Positioning system that allows you to capture smooth and stable shots without the help of GPS. Before we check out what’s in the box, let’s go over a few safety rules.
Now these rules come from the FAA and they are important to follow. First, find an open space. Never fly near people or buildings. Use a map to make sure you’re at least five miles from any airport. I suggest leaving yourself about 10 miles. And always avoid no-fly zones. Most of the time, your drone won’t even lift off if you try to take off in a no-fly zone. One great thing about the Breeze is that it has beginner modes, that limit the distance it can fly from its controller. So let’s see what comes in the box. As we open it up, you’ll see some small accessory boxes, and a travel case which contains the drone. The smaller boxes contain the power cable, battery charger, USB cable, a beginner’s guide, and spare props. The travel case contains the Breeze drone, its batteries, and the propeller protectors. Let’s take out the drone and unfold the landing gear that are under the propellers. Next, assemble the charger and plug it into a standard outlet. Insert a battery into the battery charger. Each battery takes about 40 minutes to fully charge, and you’ll wanna have both batteries charged for maximum flying time.
Insert the fully charged battery into the Breeze with the button side facing up. This drone pairs with the Breeze Cam App, turning your mobile device into a remote controller. This App is available from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. So download the app to your smart device, and get your new flying camera paired with your controller. Okay, now check out our other Yuneec Breeze videos and we’ll prepare your drone for your first flight..
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Introducing Breeze, the flying camera designed with you in mind. Both convenient and compact, Breeze is controlled by your iOS or Android device with the Breeze Cam app and weighs just under 1 pound. Now capture aerial photos and video of your daily adventures effortlessly– and do it in stunning 4K Ultra High Definition.
So i bought this at Walmart since it was 149.99 with a controller compared to 175 on Amazon without a controller. On Amazon they give you two batteries and here they give you a controller instead of a second battery but they give you 1 of course in the box.
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