Call us now 0116 2677 454 or 07787 292 455

Parrot ANAFI Thermal Dual Camera, 4k Video, 410 C Range, 2x Lossless Zoom, 26 Min Flight Time

Parrot ANAFI Thermal Dual Camera, 4k Video, 410 C Range, 2x Lossless Zoom, 26 Min Flight Time

  • Brand: Parrot
  • Product Code: ANAFI Thermal
  • Availability: Out Of Stock
  • £2,040.00

  • Ex Tax:£1,700.00

Available Options

  - OR -  

ANAFI Thermal Dual Camera, 4k Video, 410 C Range, 2x Lossless Zoom, 26 Min Flight Time

This drone has been discontinued by Parrot.
For a much better Parrot thermal drone check out the

Parrot Anafi USA

Or for a DJI flavour of thermal drones check out the

DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced

Construction industry and public works professionals; experts in civil security and rescue services; energy producers and transporters and environmental protection officers; ANAFI Thermal is the complete drone solution, adapted to all your needs. Even in complex environments, you can easily and safely take thermal and visual readings. You are more efficient, more precise, more responsive.

An all-inclusive pack:
Drone + Dual sensor (Thermal and RGB) + Control and analysis app

  • Only 315 g and a unique foldable design so you can take it anywhere;
  • 2 cameras: Thermal FLIR® and 4K HDR with 21MP Sony sensor. 3-axis stabilisation and +/-90° tilting to observe right underneath structures;
  • up to 78 min of accumulated flight (3 batteries);
  • easy to use thanks to the FreeFlight 6 app.

The ANAFI Thermal drone's 2 cameras capture both the invisible and the visible. Images of the visible and the invisible are merged directly within the FreeFlight 6 app to reveal everything you've never seen in such a detail..
You can take thermal readings and measure the temperature of a specific scene or point, observe thermal losses on a building, identify or monitor subjects

As construction industry professionals like a craftsman or a team member of a Public Works Group you can produce thermal readings, get an overview of the thermal losses of a facade or observe the condition of a structure. The drone offers cost-control benefits and removes the need for equipment such as ladders and scaffolding.

As civil security experts, you can, remotely and post-intervention, monitor hot points and decide whether, according to the results observed, to retain a team or equipment on site. Whether using 4K images or thermal rendering, searching for people in rugged areas can be faster, without endangering the teams.

As energy suppliers and transporters, in just a few minutes you can identify a power failure on a high-voltage cable, or isolate a defective solar panel with a light and easy to implement solution.

As environmental protection and preservation officers, you can operate with the drone discreetly and silently which minimizes potential stress to animals. ANAFI thermal makes it possible to observe, identify and count species while the pilot remains at a safe distance – potentially even protecting animals from poachers through remote monitoring.

Making thermal imaging accessible to everyone
The FreeFlight 6 app allows you to easily switch from an RGB view to a thermal view or merge the two for a perfectly readable and comprehensible rendering of everything.
The details of the scene are visible and coloured to reveal the thermal differences and the areas of loss. 3 groups of settings are available:
- Relative: displays the range of temperature differences, from the hottest to the coldest
- Absolute: set the range of temperature values
- Spot: only the hottest or coldest spots are isolated
In just a few seconds you can share photos and videos of your tasks with your customers, collaborators and partners. Replay videos and change the range of settings to isolate an element or analyse temperatures. Compatible with the FLIR Tools® software solution, you prepare inspection reports in PDF format.

4K camera to inspect, observe and analyse the visible
Thermal imaging camera to reveal, measure and capture the invisible
A FLIR Lepton 3.5 thermal-imaging camera module, a market-leading product, is integrated into ANAFI Thermal's gimbal. Each element of the environment appears in high precision, with visual representations of thermal leaks and temperature differences superimposed on the image. It reveals the thermal differences of flyover areas and elements:
  • Hot spots, cold spots, thermal leaks, etc.
  • FLIR Lepton 3.5 microbolometer (radiometric)
  • Precision of  ±5% max.(High-gain) or ±10% max.(Low-gain)
  • Dynamic Range: -10° to +140°C (High-gain) or -10° to +400°C (Low-gain)

4K camera to inspect, observe and analyse the visible
ANAFI Thermal embeds the very best from the world of imaging using a 4K HDR camera with 21MP Sony sensor.
You can accurately inspect a building, capture illustrative elements of the state of a structure or a search area for example, or carry out 3D modelling.
  • Sony® CMOS sensor HDR 1/2.4’’ 21MP
  • ASPH wide angle lens f/2.4
  • 23-69mm (photo), 26-78mm (video) in 35mm equivalent focal length
  • Lossless zoom x2.8 (x3 in standard mode)
  • Adobe DNG/RAW and P-LOG professional formats

180° and x 3 Zoom tilting cameras
ANAFI Thermal’s gimbal tilts vertically to +/-90°. Using thermal imaging and RGB, you can inspect right underneath structures in zenith view or roofs and flat surfaces in nadir view. Thanks to its x3 zoom, you can see a flyover building or area in minute details with complete safety.

The drone that goes everywhere, any time

Lightweight (315 g) and ultra compact with a unique folding design, ANAFI Thermal unfolds and is operational in 3 seconds only. It accompany you on every task, even the most complex, thanks to the reliability and precision of its control and the power of its engines.

Visual and thermal inspection
Prioritizing and planning works

Real-time or thermographic display
One unique solution for all visual or thermal inspections
Parrot Business Solutions take both conventional and thermal shots with 2 built-in RGB and thermal cameras.
This single, compact, lightweight and robust tool enables construction professionals to begin visual inspections and then switch to thermal inspection mode during the assignment.
The package is very simple to use and to fly.
building seen through the thermal camera, the windows are shown as hot

Identifying heat losses quickly and easily
Identifying the work to be prioritized or checking the compliance of any insulation work

Parrot Business Solutions simplify thermal inspection and give a live display of colour temperatures superimposed onto the actual image.
They identify the heat losses in buildings which are highlighted with the colour red and generate a precise scan of surfaces and materials. The specialist then collects key information to carry out their diagnosis.
In addition, images viewed during the assignment can be saved for future reference.
a tablet displaying the thermal view

Identifying the places at risk
Preventing the outbreak of fires

The Professional Parrot solution makes it easy to locate and analyse fire risk areas.
Equipped with a thermal camera, it can display both real and thermographic images in colour. Easy to use, it allows you to plan flights in advance to capture images in the places you want.
The Professional Parrot solution generates a precise scan of surfaces and materials, allowing firefighters and other key people to collect the information required for a diagnosis.
No flying knowledge is required. The photos and videos taken by the drone can be accessed from a smartphone or tablet, making discussions in the field much easier.
the ANAFI above a forest on fire, there is lots of smoke

Increased safety for teams on the ground
Send a drone instead of firefighters for a first reconnaissance

The Professional Parrot solution gives teams a first assessment of buildings and forests on fire.
Thanks to infrared sensors, the speakers can switch from conventional video to thermal vision. An essential feature for identifying heat differences, locating homes, evaluating access, monitoring the evolution of the fire and preventing hazards.
The drone retransmits live images. The user can adjust the altitude at which flyover takes place according to the height of the flames.
A drone pilot in the background with the ANAFI in the foreground, there is smoke

The key tool for decision making
Collecting data from the scene to better plan the action to take

Teams can carry out a thermal analysis of locations and buildings.
The first agents on the scene can then make decisions quickly and increase their efficiency. Because Parrot technology can be used in emergencies, preparing for action is even faster.
The data and images collected by the drone are mapped and geo referenced, and can be viewed live from a smartphone or tablet.
A drone pilot showing emergency services what they see on their tablet connected to their remote control

Speeding up searches
Innovative technology that's easy to use for greater efficiency
Time is of the essence when searching for missing persons.
The professional Parrot solution provides both an overview of the monitored sites and a quick inspection of the different areas.
During a fully autonomous flight, the drone takes photos and videos that are immediately visible from the screen of a smartphone or tablet.
No knowledge of flying drones is required to manage this. Thanks to the images taken from the sky, teams can observe the site over an extended distance.
The drone is also equipped with infrared sensors that can switch from conventional video to thermal vision. An essential feature for identifying heat differences and locating people.
The ANAFI hovering above someone on an aerial work platform

Decision-making assistance
The drone at the heart of all missions
The professional Parrot solution enables teams to make more reliable decisions based on data with increased readability and accuracy.
Thanks to the images captured at altitude or in difficult to access areas, agents benefit from an exhaustive and rapid view of the locations. Determining and innovative elements for faster action.
Parrot's DGAC approved drones play a key role in the action.
A person lying in undergrowth views through the ANAFI's thermal camera

What's Included?
Anafi Thermal Drone x 1
Long Range Anafi Controller x 1
Drone Batteries x 3
Additional Propeller Blades x 8
Multi Port USB Charger x 1
USB-A / USB-C Cables x 4
Shoulder Bag x 1
16 GB MicroSD Card x 1
Tablet Holder x 1

FAQ Contents

General FAQs
Compatible Phones
Compatible SD Cards
Installing FreeFlight 6
Pre-flight Checklist
Flying best practices
Learning to fly
How to maintain the batteries

General FAQs

Can ANAFI Thermal be used just like ANAFI?

Absolutely! ANAFI Thermal is part of the ANAFI drone range: the FreeFlight 6 app gives you access to all ANAFI features with the addition of thermal analysis.

So, what is the added value of ANAFI Thermal?
In addition to its 4K camera to capture the visible spectrum, ANAFI Thermal is equipped with a thermal imaging camera that captures infra-red radiation. The collected data is directly analysed by the FreeFlight 6 app to display the temperature of a specific scene or point.

How can ANAFI Thermal be used?
ANAFI Thermal, the thermal-imaging drone, is changing the way many professions and industries work. Here are some examples: for rescue services, they make it possible to locate a body after an accident; in the fight against fire, they can detect a hot spot or a smouldering fire; in the context of night surveillance, they are particularly useful for picking out the shape of a human or an animal, even in absolute darkness; in construction, they highlight thermal insulation defects of buildings.

ANAFI Thermal Compatible Phones and Tablets

Considering the technical requirements of thermography, only Android 7 Nougat (and later) devices support ANAFI Thermal and FreeFlight 6.5.

The iOS and Android devices composing the following (non-comprehensive) list have been extensively tested by Parrot staff, and are fully compatible with ANAFI Thermal and FreeFlight.

Don't worry if your Android phone is not on this list, if you have a mid range-high phone bought new in 2019 or later there's a 99.9% chance it will be fast enough for the app and running the correct operating system.
iPhone XS Max
iPhone XS
iPhone X
iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone 8
iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone 7

Pixel 2

View 10
9 Lite

P20 Pro
Mate 10 Pro
Nexus 6P

Nexus 5X

Moto Z
One Plus
One Plus 6
One Plus 5

Galaxy S10
Galaxy S9
Galaxy S8
Galaxy S7
Galaxy Note 8

Xperia XZ1

Power 3S

Redmi Note 5

Compatible SD Cards

The following microSD cards have been tested extensively by Parrot teams and are fully compatible with ANAFI's latest firmware:

Lexar 300X 64GB
Lexar Pro 1000x 64GB
Lexar Pro 1800x 64GB

PNY Elite Performance 64GB
PNY Elite Performance 128GB
PNY Turbo 32GB
PNY Turbo 64GB

Sandisk Extreme 32GB
Sandisk Extreme 64GB
Sandisk Extreme 128GB
Sandisk Extreme Plus 16GB
Sandisk Extreme Plus 64GB
Sandisk Extreme Plus 128GB
Sandisk Extreme Pro 128GB
Sandisk Industrial 16GB (supplied with ANAFI)
Sandisk Ultra 32GB
Sandisk Ultra 64GB
Sandisk Ultra 128GB
Sandisk Ultra 200GB
Sandisk Ultra 256GB
Sandisk Ultra 400GB

Sony SR UZA 128GB

Installing FreeFlight 6

You will need the FreeFlight 6 app to update ANAFI and Parrot Skycontroller 3 when you switch on the drone and controller for the first time.

FreeFlight 6 is available;
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.parrot.freeflight6 here on Google Play for Android
https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/freeflight-6/id1386165299 here on the Apple App Store for iOS.

In addition to opening up all the exceptional features of ANAFI, the FreeFlight 6 app will allow you to keep the on-board software of your drone and Parrot Skycontroller 3 updated at any time.

It must therefore be downloaded and installed on your phone (Android or iOS) before your first flight with ANAFI.

Although the procedure for doing this is very simple, every step must be followed in the right order, exactly as described below:

Find FreeFlight 6 on Google Play or the Apple App Store, depending on whether you are using an Android or iOS smartphone. Download the app, install it and give it all the permissions it asks for.

It's time to open up all the systems:

Unfold the arms of ANAFI, place it on a flat surface and turn it on by pressing the power button of its battery.

Unfold Parrot Skycontroller 3's central arm to switch it on.

Using the charging cable of your smartphone, connect it to the USB-A port of Parrot Skycontroller 3: FreeFlight 6 will open automatically.

Do not try to log on to the ANAFI network using Wi-Fi.

FreeFlight 6 will offer you the following two updates: one for Parrot Skycontroller and another for ANAFI.

First, accept the update of Parrot Skycontroller 3: the application performs the update and confirms that it has been completed.

Second, accept the ANAFI update: the application performs the update in the same way and confirms that it has been completed.

The updates must be installed in the right order for your drone to work properly. That's why we urge you, one last time, to:

update Parrot Skycontroller 3 first, ANAFI second.

When this procedure has been completed, your ANAFI is ready to fly:

either with Parrot Skycontroller alone;

or with your smartphone alone;

or by associating Parrot Skycontroller and your smartphone.

Pre-flight Checklist

A safe flight is a well-prepared flight. Here is a reminder of all the points you need to check before you fly ANAFI.

Make sure you have downloaded the latest version of FreeFlight 6 and that both your Parrot Skycontroller 3 and your ANAFI have been updated with the latest versions of firmware.

For the ultimate ANAFI experience, make sure you have the right USB-A cable to connect your Parrot Skycontroller 3 and your device.

Make sure ANAFI is fitted with a microSD card with enough free memory space.

Make sure all four foldable arms of ANAFI are unfolded.

Make sure its propellers are clean, intact and unobstructed.

Make sure both ANAFI’s and Parrot Skycontroller 3’s batteries are fully charged.

Make sure ANAFI’s battery is securely installed on the drone’s body.

Make sure the lens cap has been removed from ANAFI’s camera.

Make sure ANAFI’s lens is clean – if you need to clean it, hold the gimbal between two fingers so that you do not pressure its mechanism when you clean the lens, and gently wipe the lens with a microfibre cloth.

If you are wearing a smartwatch, Parrot recommends you take it off to avoid Wi-Fi interference.

If you experience excessive interference, remember you can fly ANAFI with your device in Airplane Mode, as long as you keep its GPS activated.

Make sure both ANAFI and your controller are synchronized to enough GPS satellites so that both GPS icons of the HUD of FreeFlight 6 are green.

Make sure the use of ANAFI is allowed where you are intending to fly.

Check for potential restrictions regarding the use of Wi-Fi frequencies in the area where you are intending to fly.

Check that your flying zone is safe and clear.

Do not fly ANAFI at night.

Do not fly ANAFI over urban areas or over restricted airspaces such as airports, train stations, power plants, national reserves, and so on.

Check the weather: do not fly ANAFI in the rain, fog, snow, or in a wind exceeding 14 meters per second or 50 km/h.

Make sure you have adapted your minimum RTH altitude (PREFERENCES / Safety) to your flight environment.

Due to the operating mode of its vertical camera and ultrasound sensor, Parrot recommends you do not fly ANAFI over water and other reflective surfaces (mirrors, glass, and so on).

Flying best practices

Is your drone ready to fly? A number of checks must be made before take-off.

Check the weather forecast: to fly your drone safely, choose a day when the wind is light and it is not raining.

To check if the weather is good for flying, download the UAV Forecast app that uses precise calculations to advise you on whether it is safe to fly your drone:  Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.uavforecast
Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/uav-forecast/id1050023752

Check that your smartphone, your Parrot Skycontroller 3 and your ANAFI have enough battery life for the duration of the flight.

Also check that your drone has enough memory to store the videos and photos you are planning to take during the flight: On the microSD card supplied with ANAFI, you can store an entire flight in 4K video, but not two complete flights! Consequently, we recommend that you save your content and empty the card after each flight.

Let's go for take-off! Here are some tips for ensuring a pleasant flight with ANAFI.

If you are a beginner, choose the "Film" flight speed. This will help you to familiarize yourself with the controls at a speed that is forgiving of any errors you might make!

Set yourself an objective:practice taking off, landing or capturing a particular shot, etc. Give yourself a specific goal that you will be proud to have accomplished!

To get some inspiration regarding potential photos or videos, do not hesitate to browse Google Maps and have a walk around the area: lakes, mountains, dunes, islands, etc.

Everyone loves capturing great pictures and breathtaking videos with their drone! Feel free to read our suggestions to improve your results.

Practice flying your drone as smoothly as possible in order to shoot memorable photos and videos: if you can fly without causing vibrations, the final result will be perfect!

The framing is very important too: you will get better results by devoting special attention to this factor. Here's an important tip: do not hesitate to take advantage of ANAFI's adjustable pod to rotate its camera slightly towards the ground, in order to reduce the space occupied by the sky in the image.

Take advantage of the possibilities offered by ANAFI: do not hesitate to under-expose a photo or a video (EV - exposure value - negative) to highlight a sunset or overexpose your shot (EV value positive) to rectify an image with strong backlighting.

Flying Your Drone in Cold Weather

Many drone owners want to know more about flying their drone in cold weather. Here are some tips and suggestions if this should apply to you.

Charge your battery completely. This will ensure that it has a higher voltage. We recommend that the battery of your drone be charged to 100% in order to take-off. ANAFI's smart battery gives the battery charge level at all times, whether it is charging or not, when you press the ON/OFF button.

In cold weather, we recommend that you fly your drone particularly smoothly, without seeking to complete difficult manoeuvrers and sudden movements.

Plan for a shorter flight time to preserve your battery as much as possible.

Preheat your batteries or charge them for a few minutes before taking off.

Store your batteries in a warm place!

Learning to fly

Mastering your ANAFI is surprisingly easy and this is where we teach you how to perform the basic manoeuvrers to become an experienced pilot!

To start, always position ANAFI so that it is facing away from you and lying flat on a horizontal surface to ensure a straight take-off. To simplify the flight, we also recommend choosing a take-off area that is completely clear of any obstacles.

Practising to improve your ANAFI piloting skills

Your first goal? Learn to take off and land on a fixed point while changing the orientation of the drone relative to your position. Spend some time doing this exercise to acquire good flying technique and improve your situational awareness.

To start, we suggest that you fly within a range of 0 to 15 meters of yourself to ensure you have full control over the device and learn how to take off smoothly. Then, stabilize your ANAFI in the air before landing it.

Before each take-off, make sure ANAFI is on a flat surface. Press the "Take-off" button to get your drone in the air. The drone takes off automatically and hovers at a height of about 1 meter without moving.

Controlling your drone
ANAFI's controls are easy to use and very intuitive. To make the drone rise, push the left stick of your Parrot Skycontroller 3 upward. To come back down, move it down. To make it rotate (yaw), move the left joystick to the right or to the left and observe the rotation of ANAFI in the chosen direction.

If you are only using your smartphone, the FreeFlight 6 app displays two virtual joysticks, on the left and right of the screen, that respond exactly like those of Parrot Skycontroller 3: to make ANAFI go up, put your left thumb on the white circle that represents the left stick and slide it upwards. To go down, slide your thumb down. To make it rotate (yaw), move your left thumb to the right or to the left.

If you are using Parrot Skycontroller 3, control the pitch of your drone with the right joystick. If you are only using your smartphone, you can control the pitch of the drone with the right virtual joystick.

In "Manual Flight" piloting mode, make ANAFI move forward by pushing the right joystick forward. To go backward, push the joystick backward. Moving the right joystick to the right or to the left makes ANAFI moves sideways in the chosen direction.

By releasing the right joystick, ANAFI starts hovering again without moving.

Finding your bearings in the air

Depending on the direction in which ANAFI is pointing, you must adjust your piloting controls. For example, when the drone is facing you, the controls seem to be inverted: if you move it forward by pushing the right joystick up, it gets closer to you; if you point the joystick downward, it moves away from you; if you push this joystick to the left, ANAFI slips to your right – and vice versa.

Similarly, the sideways movements of the left joystick seem to be inverted: pushing it to the left makes ANAFI turn (yaw) toward your right.

This is why, for your first few flights, we recommend that you stay facing the rear of ANAFI with its camera pointing in the same direction as you are facing.

ANAFI has a built-in GNSS-type GPS chip with GLONASS satellite tracking.

When the drone is switched on outdoors, the right GPS icon (that of the drone) on the top bar of Parrot FreeFlight 6 changes from red to green as soon as ANAFI is connected to the satellites.

The GPS gives you access to Parrot tools such as Touch & Fly and Flight Plan (can be purchased in FreeFlight 6) and makes ANAFI more stable, especially at high altitude. The GPS also allows you to locate the drone at any time on the map provided in FreeFlight 6.

Before any outdoor flight, we recommend that you wait until your GPS signal is confirmed (GPS icon of the drone turns green) before taking off. Indeed, this will allow you to use the Return To Home (RTH) feature if needed.

Return to Home (RTH)
This function allows you to automatically bring ANAFI back to its take-off point. To activate it in flight, press the home button of Parrot Skycontroller 3 or the corresponding FreeFlight 6 icon.

Whichever way you have enabled this function, the RTH icon of FreeFlight 6 turns green: ANAFI switches to automatic return mode. It is still possible to control the drone as it returns. If necessary, press the Return to Home icon again to shut down the autopilot.

Recovering content
ANAFI comes with a 16GB microSD card, which is pre-installed in the drone, and a microSD to SD adapter. This adapter allows you to access the photos and videos recorded by ANAFI with a card reader or specialized port, marked "SD", on some computers.

With ANAFI's microSD card, you can save an entire flight (25 minutes) in 4K video, but not two complete flights. Therefore, we recommend that you save the contents of this card to a computer and empty the card between each flight.

To recover ANAFI's microSD card, first remove the battery from the drone. The card is found under a metal flap in the middle of the body of the drone. Slowly slide this flap toward the rear of the drone to unlock it, until you hear a little "click". You can then lift the flap and remove the microSD card from its slot.

To reinstall the microSD card, make sure that its connectors are properly fitted to those of ANAFI: there is a mistake-proofing system for checking that it is properly fitted. Close the metal flap on the card and lock it by pushing it down and gently sliding it toward the front of the drone until you hear a little "click". Reinstall ANAFI's battery: your drone is ready to fly and capture beautiful images!

My Parrot
Enhance your flying experience with My Parrot! Find all your flights, watch your videos enhanced with interesting new statistics and share them with other pilots around the world!

When you connect to ANAFI for the first time, you will be asked to sign up to My Parrot. You can also do this by choosing the My Parrot tab from the contextual menu of FreeFlight 6.

How to maintain the battery of the ANAFI?

Your ANAFI's smart LiPo battery is an essential element of your drone: it can power it for a flight lasting 25 minutes. In this section, the parrot.com team provides some advice and tips to maintain and maximize its lifespan.

What type of battery is fitted to ANAFI?
ANAFI is equipped with a Lithium Polymer (LiPo) battery. The latter needs to be handled and stored in a particular way if you want to maximize its lifetime.

How to charge a new battery
A new battery, just out of the box, is charged to approximately 50 %. As with any high-performance equipment, it is important to keep your battery in peak condition to optimize its capacities. We therefore recommend that you systematically recharge the battery for about half an hour after the end of your first few flights.

How to charge a discharged battery
Always wait for at least twenty minutes before charging a discharged battery. In any case, if your battery is still warm, this is the sign that it must "rest" before recharging.

How long does it take to charge your battery?
The charging time of ANAFI's smart battery depends on the energy source you choose.
USB Power Delivery (5V, 9V, 12V – 3A):105 minutes
Wall socket adapter (5V – 3A):between 150 and 210 minutes (2hrs 30mins to 3hrs 30mins)
Computer USB port or external battery: about 270 minutes (4hrs 30mins)

How to store ANAFI's battery
If you are not using your battery, it must be stored correctly. Ideally, it should be stored with a charge of between 40 and 65% in a dry and well-ventilated area at a temperature of about 68°F.

To store the battery, use a flame retardant bag, such as a LiPo safe bag, or get a cork-lined iron box for optimal storage.

What is the lifetime of a LiPo battery?
A LiPo battery has a lifetime of about 300 charge cycles, but it all depends on how you maintain your battery. That's why we are giving you this advice in order to maximize its lifetime!

What are the factors that can damage the battery?
Several factors can significantly reduce the life of a battery.
Never leave a charged battery on a charger.
Never fully discharge the batteries before recharging them.
Never expose LiPo batteries to extreme temperatures.

How to increase the lifetime of a battery?
To preserve your battery as much as possible, be sure to follow the advice below:
Never store a battery that is fully discharged.
Charge your battery fully when using it for the first time.
Do not charge a battery that is still warm.
Recharge the battery after each use – within 20 minutes.
Always carry your battery in a bag with fire protection.
Always respect the charging time indicated in the instructions.
Never use a swollen or damaged battery.

Max Service Ceiling Above Sea Level: 4.5 km
Satellite Systems: GPS & GLONASS
Weight: Weight: 315 g (without battery)
Flight Time: 26 min
Max Ascent Speed: 4 m/s
Max Speed: 54 kmh (34 mph)
Operating Temperature: -10 to 40°C
Wind Resistance: 50 kph (31 mph)
Dimensions: Size folded: 21.8 x 6.9 x 6.4 cm Size unfolded: 31.5 x 24.1 x 6.4 cm
Remote Controller
Battery Capacity: 2500 mAh 3.6 V
Supported Mobile Device Size: screen size up to 10 inch
Transmission Distance: 2 km (1.25 mi) in the EU/UK 4 km (2.5 mi) in US
Video Transmission: HD 720p
Weight: 386 g
Operating Frequency: 2.4 - 5.8 GHz
Transmission System: Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n
Running Time: 2h30 (Android) / 5h30 (iOS)
Ports: USB-C (Charge), USB-A (Connection)
Size: folded: 9.4 x 15.2 x 7.1 cm Unfolded: 15.2 x 15.2 x 11.7 cm
Capacity: 2700 mAh
Max Charging Power: 24 W
Type: High Density Lipo (2 cells)
Voltage: 7.6 V
Weight: 125 g
Battery Life: 26 min
Charging Port: USB-C
Thermal Camera
Field of Vision (horizontal): 57°
Photo format: JPEG
Sensitivity: <50 mK (0.050°C)
Video format: MP4 (H264)
Sensor: Sensor: FLIR LEPTON 3.5 microbolometer (radiometric)
Resolution: 160 x 120
Pixel Pitch: 12µm
Spectral Band: 8 - 14µm
Photo Resolution: 3264 x 2448 (4/3)
Photo Modes: Single / Time-lapse / GPS Lapse
Scene Range (High Gain): -10° to +140°C
Scene Range (Low Gain): -10° to +400°C
Video Resolution: 1440 x 1080 at 9fps
Precision: ±5% max (High-gain) or ±10% max (Low-gain)
Image Stabilisation: 3-axis hybrid Mechanical: 2-axis Roll / Tilt angles Electronic (EIS): 3-axis Roll/Pan/Tilt angles
Photo Formats: JPEG, DNG (RAW)
Photo Resolutions: Wide: 21MP (5344 x 4016) / 4:3 / 84° FOV Rectilinear: 16MP (4608x3456) / 4:3 / 75.5° FOV
Video Formats: MP4 (H264)
Video Resolution: 4K Cinema (4096 x 2160 24 fps) 4K UHD (3840x2160 24/25/30 fps) FHD (1920 x 1080 24 / 25 / 30 / 48 / 50 / 60 fps) HD (1280 x 720 48/50/60 fps)
Zoom: Lossless: up to x2.8 (FHD), up to x1.9 (2.7K), up to x1.4 (4K UHD) Standard: up to x3 (all resolutions)
Sensor: 1/2.4" CMOS
Aperture: f/2.4
Shutter Speed: electronic shutter 1 to 1/10000s ISO range: 100-3200
Focal Length: (35 mm format equivalent): 23-69 mm (photo), 26-78 mm (video)
Max Bitrate Of Video Storage: 100 Mbps
FOV (Field Of View): 69° (horizontal)
Controllable Range: - 90° to +90° (180° total)
Dimensions: 9.4 x 2.8 x 6.1 cm
Input: AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 1.5A (Max)
Output: 4 USB: DC 5V/6.8A (each 2.4A Max) 1 USB Quick Charge 3.0: 1 x DC 3.6V-6.5V/3A, 6.5V-9V/2A, 9V-12V/1.5A
Type: 4-port USB Charger
weight: 198 g
Power: 52 W (Max)

Write a review

Note: HTML is not translated!
    Bad           Good