JJRC H47 Elfie Plus drone: One hand control

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JJRC H47 Elfie Plus drone

Last week I was contacted to review this JJRC H47 Elfie Plus, but lately being quite busy I said pass. Anyway, I thought that at least in the news section I should say a few words about this nice selfie drone.

Following the incredible success of the H37 Elfie, JJR/C recently announced this upgraded model with one-hand G-sensor controller and a much elegant design.

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Thanks to the barometric air-pressure sensor, the H47 drone is capable to autonomously maintain its flight altitude at the desired level. The alt-hold feature is very useful when you are recording selfie videos.

In front of the aircraft is located the 720P camera which allows to record videos as well as take photos. The camera features WiFi FPV, which means that you can display the camera’s real-time image feed on your smartphone or tablet.

With “Fly more” package you don’t need to worry about flight time. According to the specs, each 500mAh Li-Po should allow about 7 minutes of fun time. The battery is wire-free and can be swapped in just seconds.

JJRC H47 Elfie Plus features and specs

  • Compact design with foldable arms;
  • Dual control mode (G-sensor controller and smartphone APP);
  • Built-in barometer air-pressure with altitude hold function;
  • One key Take off / Land;
  • One key emergency stop;
  • 720P camera for aerial filming;
  • WiFi real-time image transmission (FPV);
  • Up to 7 minutes play time.

In combo package with 3 flight batteries and g-sensor controller, the H47 can be found here for $55.99 including free shipping. Using this “CSTJJRCH47” coupon code you can get $5 off. BTW, it is available in two colors: blue and coffee.

Included with the JJRC H47 (“Fly more” combo package)

  • G-sensor Controller;
  • 3 pieces of flight batteries (1s, 500 mAh);
  • USB Charger;
  • 1 set of spare propellers;
  • Screwdriver;
  • User manual;
  • Protective case.

Thanks to the included protective case, the JJR/C H47 can be conveniently transported and stored. Featuring “soft” power button, I would recommend to remove the battery if the drone is not used for a longer period of time.

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