Parrot Bebop Drone 2 Quad copter

People have been using quadcopters for more than a decade now but in the recent years, due to the usage of light weight material and other advances, production of mass quadcopters have led to its popularity. People love to own quadcopters. Due to the small size of these quadcopters, it is very convenient to have these conduct flights indoors as well as outdoors. Quadcopters are cheaper than the usual helicopters due to their maneuverability, durability and smaller size. One of the latest and most amazing quadcopter is the Parrot Bebop Drone 2 Quad copter.

Technical Aspect of Parrot Bebop Drone 2 Quad Copter:

The Parrot Bebop Drone 2 Quad copter offers double flying time than its first counterpart.  This drone is created with safety in focus; its feather weight structure ensures full secure flight. Parrot Bebop Drone is super-fast. It is created with advanced technology. It is eight times more powerful than the Parrot AR Drone. The Parrot Bebop Drone 2 Quad copter has a Parrot P7 dual core central processing unit. It also has a flash memory of 8 gigabytes. The CPU and the memory card are fixed on the radiator which is basically a magnesium shelf; it also acts as electromagnetic shielding. What’s even belter is that this drone generates its very own dual band WiFi hotspot. The Bebop 2 quadcopter is amazing to fly and gives an unmatched performance. It also has a great a battery life and shows visuals which are better than any other quadcopter of its category.

Design, Battery And Flight Time:

The Bebop 2 quadcopter is similar in design with the original Bebop. The shape of this quadcopter is the same as its predecessor. It also has a plastic structure and has a fish eye lens placed in the front, which is the same as the old one. According to the engineering team working on the Bebop 2, they have completely restructured the design including its body and frame at the same time keeping its size and weight consistent with the original one. Its size is 13x12x4 inches and it weighs 17 ounces in all. Isn’t that amazing? Its light weight allows efficient maneuvering. Most of the weight of the quadcopter is allocated to the battery which weighs about 6.8 ounces. The battery is basically attached to the back of the flying copter with locks which slide. It is a 2700 mAh Li-Polymer battery.  This is twice of as much efficiency of the original battery used in the first version of the Bebop quadcopter. The battery life is approx. 22 to 25 minutes and the flight time is limited to 23 minutes.

Camera Angle, Quality Images And Video Shooting:

The lens is located in the front and gives a 170 degree view; this allows getting wide imagery from Parrot Bebop Drone 2 Quadcopter from above, below, left and right side of the drone. The camera gives images focused up to 14 megapixels. The quality of video from this drone is impressive. It captures videos at 30 frames per second with high definition. Videos are recorded and stored as mp4 and can later be imported. The Bebop2 has 8 GB of flash drive which is enough to save fifty minutes of HD video. Once these videos are imported, they can be viewed using any software which runs mp4 files on smartphones, tablet PCs and laptops.

Bottom – Line:

This drone can also be controlled with a smartphone though it is not necessary, just an option. What is even better is that it is an easily repairable drone just like the original Bebop. If any of the part of drone gets damaged or counters any technical issue, it is quite easy to take that particular part out of the drone and get it repaired or swap it with another piece. All in all, The Parrot Bebop Drone 2 Quad copter is simply a fun to fly.

 

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