Vivitar 360 Skyview Drone Review

Vivitar 360 Skyview drone review

The Vivitar 360 SkyView drone is a remotely controlled drone that can capture high-quality spherical images and video using a camera mounted on a 360-degree rotating gimbal.

The drone is controlled from a smartphone using the SkyView app, which is available for iOS and Android. The app allows you to control the drone’s altitude and direction. The gimbal can be rotated to capture scenes in every direction.

The Vivitar 360 Skyview drone is a relatively small drone. It measures about 10 inches from end to end and weighs about half a pound. When I first opened the box, I was surprised at how small the drone was — it’s about the size of a football.

The drone is constructed from lightweight plastic with a few metal parts. The drone is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery charged using a charger that plugs into a power outlet.

The Vivitar 360 Skyview drone comes with an array of accessories. It ships with a protective case, a remote control, a charger, a microSD card, an extra battery, an extra propeller, and a screwdriver.

The case is a nice addition since it can help protect the drone in transit. The case is small enough to carry with you, and it has a handle on the top.

Like most drones, the SkyView is easy to set up. The drone and controller are pre-paired at the factory, so you don’t have to do anything to get the drone flying.

The Vivitar 360 Skyview drone uses a 2.4GHz wireless connection to communicate with your smartphone. I had no trouble connecting the drone to my iPhone 6s Plus, and I could fly the drone around my backyard.

I was also able to use SkyView to take photos and videos of people at a recent party. The SkyView can capture 360-degree photos and video, and you can view the photos and video using the SkyView app.

The app is easy to use, and it can be used to transfer the photos and videos you take to your smartphone. The app also includes a social network that can be used to view and share photos and videos taken by other SkyView users.

I found the SkyView to be easy to fly. It’s very responsive, and it can be flown around easily using the remote control. The drone can fly at up to 30 miles per hour, but it’s not very fast.

The SkyView can be flown indoors or outdoors, and it has a range of about 90 feet. The SkyView can fly up to 100 feet in the air, which is the limit for drones regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

The SkyView drone has a built-in GPS, which means that it can be flown using “follow me” mode. This mode can be used to capture photos and videos of you as you move around.

The Vivitar 360 Skyview drone uses a 16.1 mp camera to capture photos and video. The camera can capture 360-degree photos and video in either 2D or 3D. The camera lens is mounted on a 360-degree rotating gimbal that keeps the camera level as the drone moves around.

The SkyView supports microSD cards that can store up to 32GB of data. The drone can capture 2GB of data per minute, which means that it can record about 36 minutes of video before filling up the microSD card.

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