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Drone - 300dpi HD camera £49.s99 in Aldi £49.99

£49.99 @ ALDI
Add stunning new aerial shots to your home films with this sturdy 300dpi HD camera. Takes film or stills 1GB memory Can flip 360° Safety rotor blades, so it can be used indoors …
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Add stunning new aerial shots to your home films with this sturdy 300dpi HD camera.

Takes film or stills
1GB memory
Can flip 360°
Safety rotor blades, so it can be used indoors
Includes Charger Cable

In store 13th December.
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1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago
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1 Like #1
Might be worth mentioning that it's not available until Sunday
#2
Shambles
Might be worth mentioning that it's not available until Sunday
Thanks, have added.
1 Like #3
Definitely getting one, making it the 3rd drone i will have and it will probably sit unopened on the shelf with the other two.
8 Likes #4
Why are they quoting a print resolution for the camera?
2 Likes #5
Hope these get banned have had 2 crash into my garden already
#6
GlanzaV
Why are they quoting a print resolution for the camera?
Good point, it should be in megapixels, unless its got a built in printer
#7
I think the Syma X5c is better value.

Ok, so they say this can be used indoors but why would you??
#8
copystuff
Hope these get banned have had 2 crash into my garden already

There is already a code from the Civil Aviation Authority which users should be following.

http://www.caa.co.uk/docs/33/CAP1202droneawareNov15.pdf
1 Like #9
Anyone able to comment on the quality of the drone?
1 Like #10
Love the Aldi Ratings & Reviews on this - Thanks Bob :D

★★★★★ 5 out of 5 stars. Bob11 · 3 days ago
Drone
I have one of these . an they are great I've took pictures an films with it I'm shore I.ll be getting this when it's in

✔ Yes, I recommend this product.


Just noticed that its a 0.3 MegaPixel Camera which = 640 x 480 .... Hardly HD!!

Edited By: restyler on Dec 13, 2015 11:34
1 Like #11
restyler
Love the Aldi Ratings & Reviews on this - Thanks Bob :D★★★★★ 5 out of 5 stars. Bob11 · 3 days ago
Drone
I have one of these . an they are great I've took pictures an films with it I'm shore I.ll be getting this when it's in
✔ Yes, I recommend this product.

Just noticed that its a 0.3 MegaPixel Camera which = 640 x 480 .... Hardly HD!!

That Bob's a special kind of guy...not only has he "got one of these" but he's "shore" he's going to get one when they're in stock.

I wonder if he's watched too many 12 Monkeys episodes?.
#12
I saw this at my local ALDI a couple days ago - it's worth noting that these are NOT made out of plastic, and simply cheap POLYSTYRENE - doesn't look too sturdy in my opinion and not worth the price.
#13
That camera won't even get DVD quality footage, better off saving your money and put it towards a decent one like a parrot drone at least I would imagine.
#14
All a bit too much big brother stuff for me' these things are just dangerous' menacing and just down right nosey.

It's a good job one of mine works there and has side lined one just for me X)

Heat added
2 Likes #15
copystuff
Hope these get banned have had 2 crash into my garden already

May not be the drone operator's fault:
http://i.imgur.com/k4JxOex.jpg
#16
Stu
I think the Syma X5c is better value.
Ok, so they say this can be used indoors but why would you??

I got (myself) an X5C-1 for xmas. Wish this rain and wind would do one so I can get it outside for a proper play. I've mastered flying it up and down the stairs, and can take off from the floor and land it on the kitchen worktop, but really want to get it out in the open! Having fun chasing the cats for now though.

Do you have the X5C? I'm struggling a little with trim, just can't find the sweet spot for hovering!
#17
I have an X5C yes. It is very light and hence very susceptible to the effects of wind but for the money it is great.

I've had to buy a few spares such as motors and prop guards but that's to be expected.
#18
At this rate, I'm really going to start closing my curtains when I have a bit of me time
1 Like #19
Hivanh91
I saw this at my local ALDI a couple days ago - it's worth noting that these are NOT made out of plastic, and simply cheap POLYSTYRENE - doesn't look too sturdy in my opinion and not worth the price.
Right, so an energy absorbing material is worse than a brittle one with a device that's prone to crash?

Okayyyy then.....
#20
All the comments here just affirm how people are ruining it for others. If you buy one of these, fly it legally!!
1 Like #21
copystuff
Hope these get banned have had 2 crash into my garden already


​are you an attractive young lady by any chance?
#22
What does anyone actually do with them apart from a few photographers and film makers?
#23
BlackCloud
What does anyone actually do with them apart from a few photographers and film makers?
Same thing people do with R/C helicopters, R/C planes, R/C boats....
#24
brookysm
Hivanh91
I saw this at my local ALDI a couple days ago - it's worth noting that these are NOT made out of plastic, and simply cheap POLYSTYRENE - doesn't look too sturdy in my opinion and not worth the price.
Right, so an energy absorbing material is worse than a brittle one with a device that's prone to crash?

Okayyyy then.....


​depends how much you want to spend. My plastic one D700 drone has survived so many crashes it deserves a medal! a polystyrene one will snap with the slightest pressure. but hey, don't take my word for it, knock yourself out and get this one if that's what you want...
#25
Hivanh91
brookysm
Hivanh91
I saw this at my local ALDI a couple days ago - it's worth noting that these are NOT made out of plastic, and simply cheap POLYSTYRENE - doesn't look too sturdy in my opinion and not worth the price.
Right, so an energy absorbing material is worse than a brittle one with a device that's prone to crash?
Okayyyy then.....
​depends how much you want to spend. My plastic one D700 drone has survived so many crashes it deserves a medal! a polystyrene one will snap with the slightest pressure. but hey, don't take my word for it, knock yourself out and get this one if that's what you want...
And you assume I have no experience with RC devices. Foam based survive a lot better than plastic ones do.
#26
brookysm
Hivanh91
brookysm
Hivanh91
I saw this at my local ALDI a couple days ago - it's worth noting that these are NOT made out of plastic, and simply cheap POLYSTYRENE - doesn't look too sturdy in my opinion and not worth the price.
Right, so an energy absorbing material is worse than a brittle one with a device that's prone to crash?
Okayyyy then.....
​depends how much you want to spend. My plastic one D700 drone has survived so many crashes it deserves a medal! a polystyrene one will snap with the slightest pressure. but hey, don't take my word for it, knock yourself out and get this one if that's what you want...
And you assume I have no experience with RC devices. Foam based survive a lot better than plastic ones do.
Your money, do what you want. ;)
#27
Hivanh91
brookysm
Hivanh91
brookysm
Hivanh91
I saw this at my local ALDI a couple days ago - it's worth noting that these are NOT made out of plastic, and simply cheap POLYSTYRENE - doesn't look too sturdy in my opinion and not worth the price.
Right, so an energy absorbing material is worse than a brittle one with a device that's prone to crash?
Okayyyy then.....
​depends how much you want to spend. My plastic one D700 drone has survived so many crashes it deserves a medal! a polystyrene one will snap with the slightest pressure. but hey, don't take my word for it, knock yourself out and get this one if that's what you want...
And you assume I have no experience with RC devices. Foam based survive a lot better than plastic ones do.
Your money, do what you want. ;)
Yup, it all ends up knackered or in a tree anyway!

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