At first look, the Jin Xing Da (JXD) 509G looks like a knock-off small toy form of the Yuneec Q500. But once you begin traveling it, you’ll realize that within the gimmicky overall look is one amazing toy quadcopter that will make an impression on even expert lovers.
The JXD 509G, which features wireless management and movie transmitting, also comes in two other versions — the 509G with 5.8GHz FPV and the 509V which is the simple and simple most affordable edition that has a camera but does not feature any type of FPV.
Complementing its elevation keep feature is the 509G’s outstanding journey efficiency. The 509G is very constant in the air and reacts very well to lead feedback. This constant journey efficiency is attributing of the newest creation of RC Quadcopter of which the 509G connected to.
The most amazing feature of the 509G is being able to take reasonably constant antenna movie clips. Being a sub-$100 toy quadcopter, the 509G’s movie efficiency isn’t exactly in the same group as more costly antenna photography drones such as the Phantom 3 but within that budget variety it is probably one of the best, if not the best.
This is mostly due to its extremely constant traveling efficiency helped by its fantastic elevation keep feature. Under extremely ideal circumstances where there is little to no breeze at all, antenna movie clips taken with the 509G is just a category above all other RC Quadcopter we’ve examined up to now.
The only meat I have with its camera is the filter field-of-view (FOV). Although this filter FOV is an excellent way to decrease distortions, the FOV on the 509G’s camera is a bit too small for my preference. Also, a camera that has a broader FOV can take in more of the landscapes below and also help counteract trembling camera since the 509G does not feature any type of gimbal backing.
As with any other WiFi prepared toy quadcopter, FPV on the 509G experiences from excellent latency which declines as the drone goes further away from your intelligent system. For the best FPV encounter, I suggest getting the 509G which features 5.8GHz FPV. The 509G does not encounter from the top latency issue that impacts all WiFi camera drones.
The Discovery UFO app also allows you to management the 509G via on-screen manages that simulate the traditional transmitter via a WiFi link to the drone. Although this may audio like an awesome concept, it is not exactly the best way to fly the 509G since WiFi latency can negatively impact your managing of the drone, leading to unforeseen journey actions which may outcome in accidents.
Despite its few disadvantages, the 509G could well be one of the best RC Quadcopter currently out there. The JXD product itself is relatively new in the entire realm of multirotor but that doesn’t quit the 509G from impressing me with its amazing traveling efficiency and balance in the air.