The Mantis Q is a slick, futuristic-looking drone, with arms which fold against its own body when not being used, forming a bundle about 6.2 x 3.7 x 2.2 inches. If you wish to fly, then you fold the arms out and then lock them into position. You can check out the Yuneec Mantis Q specification online.
The remote controller is somewhat more compact than the drone that also contains a neat, folding smartphone holder. Additionally, there are two fold-out Wi-Fi aerials on the rear of the control, along with a USB Type-C and USB Type-A interface. A USB Type-A-to-USB Type-C cable is included for connecting to Android phones.
The Mantis Q is a simple drone to control. Just disclose it, change to the distance, join it to the telephone, and then hit on the take-off switch. The drone then carries off and flies roughly 5 ft above the floor.
From the conventional flight manner, the Mantis Q is quite secure — ideal for novices. A sports-style makes the drone considerably faster and more pliable. Yuneec asserts the Mantis Q could go around 44.7 mph, but we include it in a marginally slower (but still quite quickly ) 33 mph.
Photo and Video Quality
The Mantis Q includes a 4K camera, but if you enable the digital image-stabilization attribute, the camera resolution drops to 1920 x 1080 pixels. The Mantis Q's digital image-stabilization attribute is also less powerful compared to stabilizing gimbal which drones such as the Mavic Air two usage. The video taken with these drones is in a greater resolution and is smoother and sharper.