Easy to fly quadcopter drones combining quality video and stabilization for beginners and enthusiasts.

Altitude hold

‘Altitude hold’ mode on a drone allows the aircraft to maintain a roughly consistent altitude. This feature is achieved most commonly via use of an ultrasonic sensor. It makes take-off and landing easier, by automating the action.

App control

Control your drone using the app. Simply download the software from the app or Play store to begin flying and shooting footage.

Speed control

This feature supports the agility of your drone and its reaction time. By using the slow speed, your drone will take longer to respond to commands keeping the stability in-air. We recommend this feature for beginners learning to fly. The fast speed setting however will see the drone react quickly to controls which more advanced users will enjoy.

One button take-off and landing

Take-off and landing are the trickiest parts of flying. With a button take-off, this automates the process and makes them easier to avoid damage from accidental crashes.


The photography option allows the user to shoot selfies and get great aerial photos.

Headless mode

Drones with a headless mode are generally easier to fly. Headless mode stops a drone’s ability to rotate left and right. So essentially, if placed in a forward facing direction at take-off, the front of the drone will always stay front facing and land in a front facing position. If the headless mode is disengaged, the drone will be able to rotate left and right and by introducing this extra axis to control, will make flying more challenging.

360 degree flip and roll

Flips and rolls are mid-air stunts. A flip is a forward facing 360 degree rotation and a roll is a sideways 360 degree rotation. By simply pressing one of the stunt buttons, your drone will be able to enact a stunt when approximately 5 metres above ground.

What is FPV

FPV stands for First Person View. Experience the flight as if looking through the drone’s camera lens by using this feature.

Gyroscope calibration

With all the bangs and bumps a drone takes, sometimes it needs a little tune up to keep it in the best running condition. If your drone is off centre and is slowly drifting to one side when it should be stationary, you may need to calibrate the internal gyroscope. To do this, simply place the drone on a flat level surface. Turn the drone ON then press the gyroscope calibration button. This will reset and equalise all the sensors, to give your drone the best chance at optimal flying control again.





Navig8r encourages pilots to follow safe flying practices as outlined by the Australia Civil Aviation Safety Authority.


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