Yuneec Breeze 4K

  • Category

    Hobby

  • Release Date

    9/2016

  • Max. Speed

    3.54 km/h

  • Max. Range

    0.1 km

Description
The Breeze 4K is a compact quadcopter with a 4K camera for capturing stunning aerial footage. With a maximum speed of 3.54 km/h and impressive flight time of 12 minutes, this compact quadcopter is easy to fly and perfect for beginners. The Breeze 4K's Orbit Mode allows you to fly and record a 360-degree circle around a subject while the Follow Mode tracks an object of your choice--whether it be your dog, bike, or child. It also features an FPV (first person view) mode that allows you to control the device from above using the included controller or through live video feed on your smartphone. The Return Home function will automatically guide the drone back to its starting point when the battery starts running low or you if you loose your signal.
Specification
Features
Return Home?
YES
FPV Mode?
YES
Follow Mode?
YES
Bluetooth?
YES
Orbit Mode?
YES
Smartphone Mountable Controller?
YES
Performance
Max. Flight Time
12 min
Max. Range
0.1 km
Max. Speed
3.54 km/h
Size

Dimensions of the drone come in at 196 x 65 x 196 mm.

Weight
385 g
Dimensions
196 x 65 x 196 mm
Camera
4k Camera?
YES
Camera Resolution - Photo
13 MP
Live Video Frame Rate
60 fps
Video Resolution
4K
Live Video Resolution
1080p
Video Framerate
30 fps
Overview

The Yuneec Breeze 4K is a Multirotors drone that was released by Yuneec in 9/2016.

The battery capacity inside is 1150 mAh.

Type
Multirotors
Category
Hobby
Brand
Yuneec
Release Date
9/2016
Battery Capacity (mAH)
1150 mAh
Rotor Count
4
Reviews of the Yuneec Breeze 4K
Rated 3.6 / 5 from 7 Reviews
A DRONE FROM THE FUTURE
mydronelab.com
  • - 4.6
Overall, the Breeze 4K by Yuneec is designed for those who are somewhat of a drone hobbyist, people who want small snippets of their day captured to treasure for years to come, and those who are both rolled up into one.
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Selfies from the sky made simple
cnet.com
  • - 3.9
The little Yuneec Breeze 4K makes shooting and sharing aerial selfies a snap. But those looking to really pilot a drone should keep looking.
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Essentially a toy model with a nice enough camera to take selfies, but doesn't capture quality video footage
techgearlab.com
  • - 2.35
The YUNEEC Breeze 4K offers high resolution in a tiny package. That tiny package also means it can easily be pushed around by its namesake breeze and that it lacks the space for a proper gimbal. Footage from this drone is, consequently, much shakier than from any of the gimbal models we tested. Its camera has a minuscule sensor and produces unimpressive footage. This small copter can function well as a portable selfie machine or a great toy for a kid., and it is also small enough that crashes aren't very consequential. However, it just isn't cut out for capturing majestic shots. If you're looking for an actual filmmaking tool, check out the DJI Mavic Air.
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The Yuneec Breeze 4K is a small and simple-to-fly drone that takes decent video, but it's worth spending a bit more to get better results.
tomsguide.com
  • - 3
It isn't the cheapest, best or most flexible. It's a fun little drone, but at $500, costs too much for what is easy to dismiss as a quadcopter selfie stick. If you are serious about shooting aerial video, spend the extra money on a more sophisticated model like the DJI Mavic Pro. If you want a similarly priced video drone that can fly faster and further, get the Parrot Bebop 2.
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With the new Breeze 4K, Yuneec has launched a drone made just for newcomers.
wired.com
  • - 3.5
I had no trouble finding the Breeze for $380 all over the web, and it was even less at some stores. At that lower price, I have no qualms saying the Breeze makes a great buy for anyone looking to get into drone photography. Welcome, newcomers.
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The Breeze 4k is the newest drone by Hong Kong manufacturers Yuneec. At 200mm (8 inches) across, the Breeze is tiny – but at a cost of $500, it's not exactly an entry level drone.
makeuseof.com
The Breeze can shoot video in two modes; 1080p and 4k. All of these modes produce fairly shaky content, as there is no gimbal included, but it does remarkably well considering. Shooting in 1080p utilizes the remaining data to electronically stabilize the footage. This can make the video look a bit "wobbly", but it's better than no stabilizer. Video shot in 4k does not have any stabilization -- although you could do this in post production if you really wanted to. Easy to fly with great image quality, the Breeze is a dream to use. Limited range and no external storage means you may want to look elsewhere for these advanced features.
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Yuneec Breeze 4K Drone Review
wondershare.com
  • - 4.5
The Yuneec Breeze 4K Drone is a good option for people who take selfies seriously. It has 16GB of inbuilt memory that can be accessed via a USB cable and with its app controller, users are only a few clicks from sharing their amazing shots with the world. All in all, the Breeze is a solid selfie drone that should be flown carefully since it lacks the ability to detect and avoid obstacles. Also, fans of the Breeze may find it worthwhile to invest in additional batteries to prolong usage time beyond its 20min limit.
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