Wingsland is a company you probably wouldn’t have heard of before, but the OEM seems to have a decent offering in the form of the Wingsland Scarlet Minivet quadcopter drone.
The funky-coloured quadcopter drone looks like a viable alternative to the more expensive DJI series of quadcopter drones. To add to its value, the Scarlet Minivet quadcopter drone also comes with an on-board 3-axis gimbal and 1080p camera… which according to the press renders transmits FPV video up to 1km from the transmitter!
Speaking of FPV, the Scarlet Minivet feeds the display (2.5-inch in size) on the controller via a 5.8GHz downlink, which should be much more usable than other 2.4GHz FPV quadcopter drones. The quadcopter drone is claimed to do a massive 25min of flight time thanks to the 5200mAh battery on board, which certainly will take a handful hours to charge up to maximum capacity.
According to the listing of the product, it appears as though it’ll be available in a couple variants; one without the camera, and the other with camera and controller monitor. It is currently listed for $590, but prices might vary. Some might pit this against the recently launched biggie, the DJI Phantom 3.