BAYANGTOYS X21 drone: GPS position system and intelligent flight modes

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BAYANGTOYS X21 drone

Dual GPS, Intelligent flight modes and brush-less-motors, just three key features of the BAYANGTOYS X21 which were not imaginable for only $200 few years ago.

This new BAYANGTOYS drone was announced in two variants, a cheaper one with fixed camera mount and a more expensive one with 3D PTZ gimbal. Both variants are equipped with Full HD GoPro alike camera.

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Being powered by a 2200mAh (3 cell) battery, the advertised flight autonomy of the BAYANGTOYS X21 drone is about 16-18 minutes. IMHO without gimbal and camera, could stay easily in the air at least 20 minutes.

BAYANGTOYS X21 dimensions

In case you fly out of the transmitter’s range or the flight battery’s voltage is critical, the aircraft will return to the “Take-off” point and will land safely.

BAYANGTOYS X21 features and specs

  • Dual GPS positioning system;
  • Powerful brushless motors;
  • Intelligent flight modes (like: Circle hovering and Follow me mode);
  • Altitude-hold and Headless flight mode;
  • Telemetry (GPS status, Flying speed, Flight altitude, Flight battery voltage and distance from take off);
  • Fail-safe auto-return to home (Signal loss and Low battery);
  • WiFi real-time image transmission (FPV);
  • Full HD 1920×1080 video recording;
  • About 400-450 meters control range;
  • About 250-300 meters FPV range;
  • Up to 18 minutes of flight time.

BAYANGTOYS X21 remote controller

Included with the BAYANGTOYS X21 drone

  • Transmitter with phone holder;
  • 1080P Full HD Camera;
  • 3D PTZ Gimbal (optional);
  • 3s/11.1V 2200mAh Li-Po Battery;
  • Balance battery charger and AC/DC power adapter;
  • 2 sets of propellers;
  • Tool pack;
  • X21 user manual.
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8 COMMENTS

  1. on the pic of receiver there is a note where they have wrote “Gimbal depression angle tuning” and above “Gimbal level angle tuning”, i cant understand, I can move for example a Walkera Gimbal 2D with the receiver?
    Thanks

  2. I recently purchased a Bayang x16 GPS drone. It flew great but my son killed the engines in 40’ hover and crashed it. One of the arms broke and the battery was ejected through the shell. One of the esc wires was torn loose.
    I ordered new shell, soldered esc wire and put everything back together. In test flights it does not stay stationary, it slowly rotates and I cannot fly it without crashing it. In preflight it shows it is connecting to satellites but does perform as though it is.

    Any help is appreciated.
    Marc

    • So no GPS signal? all the connections are OK?
      Did you tried to re-calibrate the drone, I read that gyros loose very fast their calibration and need to be re-calibrated before each flight by moving both stick in lower-right position.

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