The Cheerson CX-35 is the new kid on the block. Cheerson are seemingly in the mood to stir the market again with the release of this new quadcopter, which is available in green and black, orange and black and white colours. It’d suffice to say that the Cheerson CX-35 is a pretty fanciful piece of technology.
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The Cheerson CX-35 comes with a 2 mega-pixel camera, with a video and picture resolution of 1280 × 720 pixels aka HD. It also comes with a 5.8GHz FPV (first person view) transmitter; and a 2.4GHz radio transmission system, and 6 axis gyro system for stability during flights. There are however no transmitter batteries as the cases usually are with quadcopter.
The quadcopter itself is however powered by a 7.4V, 1300mAh battery and takes up to three hours to charge giving the Cheerson CX-35 a flight time of about 6-7 minutes and a controller distance of 100m. This doesn’t exactly look like a great selling point for them, as other companies have been able to develop quadcopters that take less time to charge and still maintain the same flight time.
The Cheerson CX-35’s controller is also fitted with a monitor which has a resolution of 480 × 272 pixels, video reception frequency of 5.8GHz and feedback distance of about 500m.
Other features of the model include its LED colorful lights which should make it possible for drone pilots to fly the CX-35 in the dark… a removable prop (blade) guard around the quadcopter drone comes within the package, which should be of great help to beginner pilots honing their skills.
A completely retail unit of the Cheerson CX-35 comes with a charger, 2GB SD card (and card reader), 2 landing skids, manuals in English and Chinese languages, screws of large and small sizes, screwdrivers… and of course, the monitor-mounted controller.