4DRC F13 aka F-XIII Rambler

4DRC F13

The 4DRC F13 (F-XIII Rambler) comes with some top-notch features for a reasonable price. In addition to the handy folding design, it comes with an advanced 360° obstacle avoidance system. Its true 4K main camera uses a 1/3inch CMOS sensor and f/2.8 lens that allows 3840×2160@30fps video recording with up to 50Mbps.

With folded arms, the drone measures just 160 x 100 x 110mm. The take-off weight with the OA module and flight battery is about 360 grams. The design of the fuselage resembles the first-generation DJI FPV drone. Every foldable propeller gets a brushless motor to ensure a great flight.

4DRC claims that their new F13 Rambler drone has up to 10KM range, thanks to the 5GHz Repeater transmission system. Its 2s 3000 mAh smart battery pack provides up to 30 minutes of flight time.

Thanks to the fail-safe return to home (RTH) function, in case of transmitter signal loss or low flight battery voltage, the 4DRC F13 drone will return autonomously to the take-off point.

Key features

  • Folding design with a carbon-fiber-like finish;
  • About 360grams take-off weight including battery;
  • Three-dimensional sensing intelligent obstacle avoidance system (360° invisible protection);
  • True 4K camera with 1/3inch CMOS sensor, f/2.8 lens, and 105° FOV;
  • 3840×2160@30fps video recording with up to 50Mbps;
  • 3-axis gimbal that allows 90° camera angle adjustment;
  • Drift, Spiral, Skyrocket, and Comment quickshoot modes;
  • Image and GPS-assisted follow me;
  • Multi-point planning flight and Fixed-point surround;
  • GPS one key returns the take-off point, low-battery return, and no signal returns;
  • 5GHz repeater transmission with up to 10km range;
  • About 30 minutes of battery life.

Price and availability

The 4DRC F13 can be ordered from Banggood with a starting price of $259.99 with one battery or $294.99 with two batteries. These prices include a pair of spare propellers and charging cables.

Test video


  1. Hello,

    I just bought the 4 TRC. 4D-F13 drone!

    I have already tried everything on 3 mobile phones. The mobile phones do not receive a signal from the drone! Control and drone are switched on.

    What are we doing wrong?

    Best regards, Uwe


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