The three main components of this kit are the transmitter, the ProSight receiver, and the Falcore drone. The ProSight receiver easily slides on and locks to
Most of this section will talk about the Shield
mode of flying, which is truly a fun way to learn
to fly and race. In Shield mode, the drone flies
in the direction of the right stick. The racer’s
altitude is controlled by the left throttle stick,
and the Falcore will fly just 3 feet above the
ground. Its flying height is regulated by the two
sensors on the bottom of the bird. In addition,
if the right stick is pushed to the left, the quad
combines the bank and yaw in that direction
to fly a smooth turn every time. You can add in
additional yaw with the left stick.
The three-way on/off switch has a standby
click that turns on the transmitter and powers
up the Falcore so that the video feed starts and
can be seen in the goggles. Moving the switch to
the arming position will allow the motors to start
up when the throttle stick is pushed forward.
When you’re flying the Falcore, it will
maintain its altitude relative to the ground, and
it’s fun to watch the altitude change as the racer
moves over higher and lower ground. Be aware
that grass, snow, and water may interfere with
the sensor. There are no sensors to prevent the
Falcore from crashing, but it can take a pretty
good hit and still fly.
The battery slides into the rear of the Falcore
and locks in. Notice that the motors are tilted
to keep the Falcore body level during flight
and minimize wind drag.