Cheerson surprised the entry-level drone market with the Cheerson CX-10 sometime around 2 years back. The brand then took the hobby market to astonishment with the CX-20; and are back at it again with the all new CX-10D altitude hold mode drone.
What’s special about the CX-10D? Well, for one, it features the same chassis and design as the CX-10. However, there’s one major addition to it now — that of a barometer, which allows the drone to fly at (roughly) a constant altitude.
It can make the learning curve extremely gradual for beginners. On the other hand, intermediate and experienced pilots like myself can get a kick out of flying a nano quadcopter drone with just one hand!
Anyway, we got a CX-10D a couple of days back in the office, and to be very honest it has been tough to stop flying it around and focus on the work. Here’s a video of the Cheerson CX-10D unboxing:
Cheerson CX-10D: Pictures
1. So much colour…
2. It’s tiny!
3. On top of a 5.5-inch phone
4. On top of a 5.5-inch phone (2)
5. On top of a 5.5-inch phone – Top view
6. Ready to fly!
7. The transmitter’s got colour too!
8. The glare… of the joysticks!
9. Three… Two… One… TAKE OFF!