Yuneec - Typhoon H Hexacopter Pro with Intel® RealSense™ Technology - Gun Metal Gray
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Intel® RealSense™ Technology
The intelligent obstacle navigation technology is used to detect obstacles and self-navigate around those obstacles while flying or following the user.
Stunning 4K camera
Typhoon H offers flight durations of up to 25 minutes while filming with the CGO3+ 4K UHD camera.
View real-time footage in HD 720p on the screen of the ST16 transmitter with the integrated digital video downlink with a range of up to 1 mile (1.6km).
Integrated transmitter, receiver and Android platform that gives you full control over Typhoon H, allowing you to easily program autonomous flight and capture stunning photos and videos.
The large 7-inch integrated screen displays real-time footage of your flight, eliminating the need for an external device.
A bunch of flight modes
Orbit Me, Point of Interest, Journey, Curve Cable Cam, Follow Me / Watch Me and Dynamic Return to Home.
Six Rotor Safety
Typhoon H’s six rotor design automatically switches to five rotor mode should a motor fail, enabling it to remain in flight, making piloting safer than ever before.
The following website may help you make informed decisions about flying your drone: KnowBeforeYouFly.org. Additional state or local requirements may apply. Check your local jurisdiction.
- 2 Batteries
- CGO3+ 4K camera
- Intel® RealSense™ Technology module
- Owner's manual
- ST16 Transmitter
- Travel Backpack
- Typhoon H Hexacopter Pro with Intel® RealSense™ Technology
- Wireless Range5280 feet
- Maximum Flight Time (no payload)25 minutes
- Integrated GPSYes
- Integrated CameraYes
- Product Weight3.37 pounds
- Video Resolution1080p
- Product NameTyphoon H Hexacopter Pro with Intel® RealSense™ Technology
- Recommended Minimum Age14 years
- Recommended Maximum Age14 years
- Assembly RequiredPartial
- Model NumberYUNTYHBRUS
- SeriesTyphoon H
- ColorGun Metal Gray
- Color CategoryGray
- Records AudioYes
- Memory Card IncludedNo
- Field of View115 degrees
- Maximum Payload Capacity4.33 pounds
- Wi-Fi Built-inYes
- Obstacle Avoidance TechnologyYes
- Indoor Or Outdoor UseOutdoor
- Image Resolution (Display)1080
- High DefinitionNo
- 3D CaptureNo
- Image StabilizationNone
- Image Sensor TypeCMOS
- First Person View (FPV)Yes
- HD StreamingNo
- Video Frame Rate30 frames per second
- Camera GimbalIncluded
- Burst ModeYes
- Camera CompatibilityYes
- Mobile Device HolderNo
- Autonomous Flight ModesCircle, Follow user, Hover, Landing, Other, Waypoint navigation
- Directional ControlsAll
- Number of Rotors6
- Operating Frequency5.8 gigahertz
- Maximum Speed43.5 revolutions per minute
- Minimum Operating Temperature14 degrees fahrenheit
- Maximum Operating Temperature122 degrees fahrenheit
- Additional Accessories IncludedBackpack
- Memory Card CompatibilityNone
- Landing Gear/Legs IncludedRetractable (in-flight)
- Battery TypeLithium-polymer
- Battery SizeOther
- Number of Batteries Required1
- Batteries IncludedYes
- Charging Time120 minutes
- Remote Control Power5.8 gigahertz
- Controller Battery TypeOther
- Controller Battery SizeBattery pack
- Number Of Controller Batteries Required1
- Controller Batteries IncludedYes
- Battery Capacity5400 milliampere hours
- Charging Interface(s)USB
- AC Adapter CompatibleYes
- AC Adapter IncludedYes
- Battery Voltage14.8 volts
- Internal Memory10000 megabytes
- Manufacturer's Warranty - PartsNot Available
- Manufacturer's Warranty - LaborNot Available
- Product Setw/ Intel RealSense
Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 193 reviews(193 Reviews)
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great Videography Drone - Do Your Research.Posted .
Let me start off with purchasing any drone you should take your time and do your research. I spent over a month researching both Yuneec and DJI to review their products relative to my needs and I choose the Yuneec Typhoon H Pro and here is why. Research - While product reviews give a wealth of information I also wanted to connect with people who were currently using the H Pro and get some feedback. Having done some research I found forums for both the Typhoon H Pro and the DJI Inspire. There I was able to connect with both communities and get a real understanding of what the products really had to offer, their successes, and some of their short comings. During my time reviewing the Typhoon H Pro I wanted to make sure the company also stood behind its product. Having called DJI support multiple times with a list of questions I never seemed to get a straight answer. I did the same with Yuneec’s customer support (which I didn't have to sit on hold, they called me back) and answered all of my questions throughly. This reinforced what I had read in the forums, that their support was nothing less than top notch. Of the list of needs and what I was looking for this was the deciding factor in why I chose the Typhoon H Pro over the Inspire 1 v2. The Product Build & Quality - The Typhoon H Pro really is a comprehensive package. It’s a stand alone system that doesn't require me to attach my phone or tablet to it to fly. From what I read with DJI’s Inspire it’s recommended you use a cellular connected device. So I would need to get a tablet (I like larger screens), add it to my data plan, and this adds to my overall cost. Build quality is evident when you open up the backpack for the H Pro. Its light but you can see it’s built to a very high standard. The controller is heavy, large, and very complex but has everything within one system I don’t find it awkward to hold or unbalanced. The additional packaged charger (Includes a 12V car charger), cables, SD card (does have an SD card), and two batteries all fit well into the backpack of the H Pro and will keep your gear organized. Flight & Video- Note: Make sure you update the firmware on the Typhoon before your first flight if the firmware if older, double check their website for the latest releases. There wasn't anything in the packaging to suggest to do that, like a “STOP Update your Firmware”. The H Pro flies like a dream but take it SLOW on your first flight. The documentation out there isn’t the best but the forums and research really set me up to understand what to expect and how to fly the drone. The first flight I had was a windy day with steady wind over 20mph and it’s incredibly stable. I recommend taking each flight and breaking down 2 settings or controls to perfect because of the learning curve with the controller. Video footage is remarkable, it really did a great job. There are a tremendous amount of video settings but make sure you configure your settings for that particular flight, white balance etc. Tip: when you peel off the sticker on the camera lens make sure you use a microfiber cloth to clean it off. Unless you look closely in a glare there is a smudge or residue from that sticker on there after you peel it off. Closing - The Typhoon H Pro really is a fantastic product and I can see where they built it to expand future camera systems. Yuneec has done a great job really focusing on the hardware and has brought the software in line to continually perfect the H Pro. Lastly my only advise is to take it slow there is a lot to learn. It’s a complex system but It’s well supported and has a great community surrounding it.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Yuneec phone support rocksPosted .
Drone flys so beautiful! I love it! Had a crash, called Yuneec and they had me send them my broken bird. (Broke 2 arms and cracked the top body case and ripped the camera off). $177 for the repair and sent the drone right back to me. Great quality, price and service. I'm part of the Yuneec familyI would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Powerful and Ready To FlyPosted .
I started with the 4K and I love it! Flying this beast is phenomenal! If you have never flown before, take it nice and slow. The videos and photos are absolutely stunning. You have Journey mode, this is pretty cool when taking action shots, follow me is easy and convenient to use, and watch me keeps the camera on you. There are so many different features to choose from in Smart Mode. The Typhoon H with Real Sense has a lot to offer and you don't want to miss out on any of it. Go to the manufacturers website and absorb all the information you can. Like with any technology you do have to constantly check for updates. I do this with all my technology including my cellphones, computers, tablets and a drone isn't any different. I wish I could post some videos, but a couple of pictures will do.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great drone, easy to fly, ALMOST care free.Posted .
This is a great drone, BUT, you crash it is expensive!! This is first hand experience speaking. Take your time, do not get over confident or you'll pay the price. This drone practically flies itself. The camera is great, just wish it could zoom. Lots of possibilities with this unit. Can't wait to try out the FPV goggles AFTER I slowly get the hang of things again.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great DronePosted .
I really recommend this drone for new users its easy to set up and really easy to use (fly)but first check some videos at YouTube you can find a helpful videos there .I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great DronePosted .
Drone is very user friendly for the beginner. Just enough technical to not be overwhelming. Allows room to grow.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great for all usersPosted .
I can't stress how awesome his product is. I would highly recommend he Typhoon H to anyone interested in getting into dronesI would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
High Quality. Attention to Detail. ALL IN ONE!Posted .
I have several camera "drones" from different brands but this one is a favorite. It is large enough to feel and look "solid" in the air, but it also portable enough with its folding "arms" to easily transport anywhere. I keep it in the back seat with the propellers on and ready-to-go when i drive from location to location. On your first flight you will definitely feel the power of the 6-motor design. As soon as you turn it on, it just defies gravity! It is also very responsive and agile in the "fast/rabbit" mode, but very smooth in the "slow/turtle" mode. The radio of the "H" is certainly a step up from anything else you may have tried before. The screen is built-in and it doubles as a tablet when not flying the "H". I use it to review my footage after the flight! Another thing to mention is that the "Watch Me" and "Follow Me" modes in the "H" work in my experience better than any other "drone" i have tried. The "H" camera will point to you and the "drone" will follow you around effortlessly. Also, with the Real-Sense technology by Intel, it will even avoid obstacles on its way. It was scary, but i tried this and it works (even has an audible alarm when you get too close and the on-screen display will show you the distance from the obstacles in 0.2m increments). Then, you also have the Wizard, it is pretty simple to use and if you want the "H" to follow someone else (instead of the r/c), you just give them the Wizard and you can control the camera (this is what they call the "team mode"). But beyond all these advanced technology and features in the "H", it can also be a very user-friendly "drone". I regularly give mine to people that have never flown a "drone" before and they are always surprised at how easy and stable it is! Just press the red "start" button for 3 seconds, and the left-stick up and you are airborne. I use the "smart mode" for people without RC experience that always keep the same orientation regardless of where the camera is pointing and they never have a problem with it. Right is always right, and left is always left. Let go the sticks and it just stops and hovers in place (GPS accuracy is very good too). About the camera, it is 12MP & 4k and the video from it is very well stabilized and sharp. Stills and video both look great. I use a 4k monitor for video editing and the footage from this camera is sharp (even too sharp - if there is such a thing). If you plan to record at 120fps, then you will need a very fast SD memory card or frames might be dropped (use at least 85MBps cards). I usually like 4k@30fps and use ND filters. Low light performance is good, considering the size of the sensor. You certainly can film after sunset, no problem, and it even has a "night" mode that actually works well. I have noticed that, depending where the light comes from, the video can be a bit overexposed, so i recommend using a -0.5 to -1 exposure override (it is very easy to set). Camera and video controls are very user-friendly and if you are beginner, just set everything to auto and it will do just fine. If you are an advanced user, there are enough controls to let you adjust the settings to your liking as well. The camera gimbal can also rotate 360 degrees, and since the landing gear is retractable, it will never get in the way. Finally, to keep this short, this package comes with everything you need to fly, and then some. Two batteries, a wall charger, a car charger, the wizard, all cables you need, even an SD card, and of course the screen is built-in so you do not need to have an extra tablet with you. Everything fits in the backpack - so you can transport this anywhere you go. P.S. I had the Q500 before i upgraded to the "H" and i also have a Yuneec Breeze now and NEVER had an issue with any Yuneec products or batteries! Also, i believe that Yuneec has good customer support and after all, they are located in California! Overall, i highly recommend this "H" if you are looking for a quality built multi-rotor.I would recommend this to a friend
Q: Questionwhat is intel realsense how dose it help
Asked by jimmyg.
- A:Answer On the front of the drone you will see a bar between the gimbal and the actual aircraft. This is where the Intel Realsense is located. On that bar there are 3 different cameras that use IR sensors. These 3 cameras together are able to sense depth. Because they are able to sense depth of objects IN FRONT OF THEM, (not on sides or above and below) the drone is able to maneuver around objects. This will help the most if you have the drone in follow me mode and it will automatically fly around objects while keeping the camera on you.
Answered by Manonfire
Q: QuestionWhat kind of memory card it uses?
Asked by yolo.
- A:Answer It uses any size micro SD card plugged directly into the camera. Obviously, the larger capacity the card, the longer you’re are able to record during flight. Honestly, I think it comes with a 16 or 32GB, which is pretty cheap of Yuneek considering the cost per unit. Let’s just say anyone who has more than a flight or two knows a micro SD less than 64GB isn’t worth the cost since neither of which can hold a full battery’s life worth of video.
Answered by Drucifer35
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer No there was no warranty when I purchased the this nor was the option to get one either. I wish there had of been cause I would have taken it.
Answered by Anonymous
Q: QuestionI understand that Intel Real Sense lets the drone avoid obstacles in follow mode, but does it keep the pilot from flying it into a tree when you are manually flying?
Asked by JohnnyBGood.
- A:Answer The real sense sensors has to be facing the tree
Answered by Yukon
Asked by MrsSmith.
- A:Answer Yes, comes equipped with its ST16 controller.
Answered by User1223
Q: QuestionI am assuming that this camera will be upgradeable in the future. Does anyone know for sure?
Asked by DesertFox0420.
- A:Answer It comes equipped with a 4K camera so the only updates with be through the firm ware.
Answered by Technology