There is no shortage of drones that can stream video to your phone, but to really get that in-the-cockpit experience, you need the video to be high definition (HD) and to offer a first-person view (FPV) on a headset. That’s what the Vidus HD does; manufacturer Axis Drones claims that this is the smallest and cheapest HD-streaming drone out there, and that with the optional headset, it’s a full-FPV drone. Priced at $95 for the drone and $20 for the headset, the Vidius HD mostly meets those claims, but with a few caveats.
Design: Sleek and simple
The Vidius HD is a sleek, small, shiny, black drone, measuring less than 1 inch high and about 3 inches across (including the rotor blade protectors; the drone body is about 1.7 inches wide). The drone weighs less than an ounce, with much of that weight coming from the 200-mAh battery in the bottom of the body. This battery provides about 6 minutes of flight and can’t be removed. It can be charged from a USB port with the included cable.
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