The animated charts work best in the Chrome browser. If you run your mouse along the lines it should show the figures for that date, and also offer some links to news stories that used either Quadcopter or Quadrotor. You can get a country breakdown by clicking on the list icon next to the Regional Interest map. It is clear from all this that the two terms are both still actively in use, but the trend is towards Quadcopter. Istobe (talk) 00:08, 9 June 2013 (UTC)

If your budget is a bit better (about $180), I’d suggest the Blade 180 QX. This is a larger quadcopter yet it can still be flown inside. Similar to the Nano, it is is relatively stable in flight which means less crashes and more time to gain the reaction timing needed.

Eagle Eye (Ying-Yan or Yingyan, 鹰眼) is a quadcopter develop by Zero Tech mainly for aerial cinematography and photography missions. Land gear consists of a pair of skids. Specification:



In conclusion, quadh20 quadcopter is wonderfully designed and well rounded machine. There is nothing quite like it out there. If you can afford the machine, which is currently about $800, this drone is for you. The customer service is out of this world good. You won’t be disappointed if you have any troubles (unlikely though).

How do the cheap Chinese 250-sized mini quadcopter frames compare to the Blackout Mini H and QAV 250 frames? I’ve had a lot of emails from people who’ve said…

The Hubsan X4 H107L is a great little quadcopter. It’s considered a “micro-quadcopter” and as you’ve seen in the photo above, it’s small enough to fit in an adult’s hand. If you want a quad that’s small enough to zip around your home without doing to much damage when you have an “accident,” this is it. In it’s beginner mode, it is slower, responds more gradually, and is generally much easier to fly.

Also the IFLY-4 has software which is easy to use just plug the quadcopter into your pc or laptop and you can tweak the flying characteristics to how you want it. No messing around with code like on the Multiwii boards, No soldering, just Bind and fly.

After trying (and crashing) numerous vehicles, I put my flight wings on hold until I could find something that was enjoyable and crash resistant. At that point my focus turned towards quadcopters. Since trying quadcopters, I have become more addicted but in a more economic and practical way. These vehicles are a lot easier to control, less crash-prone and a heck of a lot of fun. So if you are new in the hobby, I’d suggest you try a quadcopter first. But which one? You can spend anywhere between $100 and $600 trying to find the perfect starter. This article presents some suggestions based on my experience.

Remote control quadcopters are really fun to fly, and they are especially ideal for beginners. The reason is because they are much easier to control and stay balanced than your regular remote control helicopters.

I have now shown you a great selection of quadcopters that you can buy. I now want to show you some other related products that aren’t necessarily 4-prop helicopters but are still considered copters. Hope you enjoy!

The Phantom 2 Vision+ allows you to shoot fully stabilized video from the sky. It features a built-in high precision 3-axis camera stabilization system that brings a whole new level of smoothness to your aerial video’s. Thanks to this amazing system your videos will be a lot smoother than with any other quadcopter.

A quadcopter, also called a quadrotor helicopter, quadrotor, is a multirotor helicopter that is lifted and propelled by four rotors. Quadcopters are classified as rotorcraft, as opposed to fixed-wing aircraft, because their lift is generated by a set of rotors (vertically oriented propellers).

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