Walkera QR Ladybird Ultra Micro Quadcopter RTF (Mode 2)
Finally a ready to fly micro quadcopter that requires no setup or tuning. Just charge the batteries and fly!
The QR Ladybird features leading edge technology including a 6-axis gyro stabilization system making this micro quad ultra stable. Normally, building and setting up of a quadcopter requires lots of time, tuning and having to choose your own power system/components. The Ladybird takes away all of the complicated setup and makes it as easy as opening the box, charging the batteries and flying!
The Ladybird is very capable with plenty of power to spare. In normal mode, it's stable flight characteristics make it stress-free for the less experienced quad pilot. Switch it to aerobatic mode and it's very responsive for those looking to push it to it's limits. When in aerobatic mode, the responsiveness is greatly increased which allows for flips, rolls and loops to be performed!
From basic flying to amazing quad aerobatics, the QR Ladybird does it all. All this and it's still small enough to fit in the palm of your hand!
The Ladybird comes completely ready to fly with the Walkera 2402D 2.4gHz transmitter included. The 2402D features an easy to read backlit LCD display and is very ergonomic. This package also includes the flight battery, USB dual battery charger and spare propellers.
Features: 6-axis gyro stabilization system Ultra stable flight characteristics Aerobatic flight mode allowing for flips, rolls and loops Compact and lightweight design Ready to fly including 2.4gHz transmitter
Included in box: QR Ladybird Ultra Micro Quadcopter 2402D 2.4gHz transmitter with backlit LCD display (Mode 2) 3.7V 25C 240mAh lipoly battery USB dual battery charger Spare propellers (2 x black, 2 x orange) Screwdriver User manual
You can change all 4 mode, simply unscrew radio back cover and move friction to selected motor stick. Don't forget to move also the little screw that relase the accelerator stick. Very simply end fast.
some missunderstanding... :) I mean Aerobatic flight mode and usual one.
Got this Ladybird some time ago. Waht can I say... moving on 1' of elevator or rudder stick on the remote and it goes to that side like I moved it to 50 degree. Impossible to change curves on the remote. Stable? I can't even trim it corectly, 'cause every time it goes to another side. Maybe something whond with my beetle? On video it flyes like on rails!!
ooops! i'm sorry :D i never viewed and i don't know how to change fly mode... and isn't possible to change accelerator curve imho... but isn't normal your ladybird are too reponsive as you describe... faulty ladybird?
Mode refers to the stick layout on the remote. Mode 1 has the Throttle on the right thumb and mode 2 has the throttle on the left thumb. In the USA mode 2 is the more popular layout whereas here in Australia mode 1 is more popular. I would suggest you get the mode that is most popular in your area or what your friends have so you can easily share, swap and learn with each other’*s gear. As for the difference between the quad, there is no physical or performance difference between the remotes or quad.
having wrapped difficulties in understanding the orientation at a distance of my quaddino I decided to equip it with a pair of blue LED with high brightness. the result seemed good. what do you think?
I put two resistors smd for each LED and 30mA in total I absorption in less than 10 minutes of flight resulting in a ridiculous 5mA and added weight of 0.6gr.
I suspect that there are three more gyros aligned with the important three, but they have a time constant that is very short. The turns them into accelerometers. I think that allows damping without creating sluggishness. That's the kind of answer I was looking for, but I suspect this is the wrong forum for that.
C'mon guys, 6 axis refers to 3 axis gyro's and 3 axis accelerometers. The gyro's sense rotation but drift over time, the accelerometers sense acceleration (i.e. G force) like gravity and are necessary to correct gyro drift to facilitate auto leveling the quad.
now the quad as 2 free ports on it, i brought a camra that plugs in to those ports but the control can not activate the cameras function... now is it esayer to upgrade my transmitter by adding a switch or just buy a new one with the function ??
Hello Oleg, Have Accel, Trimer, batt status and other config informations. Nothing sofisticated but enought for this model. I can say to you that is the best choice between mico quad models! I have one and is very.. very funny!
"Yes that is what is supposed to happen, but you should check the other settings such as the AUX which will either be on or off and this either gives u more control of the bug or the gyro and sensitivity have more control, and wen the bug is in flip mode it will be more unstable."
where are the settings found as I am having same issue with mine being unstable??
That's a limitation of this site.
Use the Quick Search on this site... On the field put QR LADYBIRD and you will find all spare parts.
This is good to you to see that your QR LADYBIRD have many spare parts!
Good 2013 for you!!
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I don't personally own one ( for now :p ), but I have flown one that belongs to a friend.
I can only say I'm super impressed with this little piece of kit!!
This is your ideal living room quadcopter!
It's super stable, yet will do crazy things if you tell it to.
i haven't flown it outdoor myself, but I've been told it will perform pretty good in windy conditions too!!
5/5 no doubt!
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These little quads are fantastic perfect for in the lounge and a really good trainer for larger quads. They can even handle a little wind outdoors with no problems,just keep it close it gets tiny really fast,loops and rolls are cool too.You get around 7mins flight time so thats pretty good you just need a few batteries.All said its a really stable micro quad,please hk get some bigger ready fly quads in Aus! Cheers,Pete
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What a jolly fun machine! Fully marks for packing and quality. I wish HK had spare batteries on stock with this particular connection. I was not able to bind receiver and transmitter the way it was described in the manual. I had to turn receiver on first and then transmitter. Nevertheless, I'm really enjoying it.
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This is a dream come true: super stable, super agile RC model that you can fly in your living room. Mine came wth Mode 2 transmitter but I fly mode 1. The change was easy enough: open the backside, take out the metallic plate from the left stick, replace it symetrically to the right stick, take out the screw that blocks the spring effect on the left stick, put it back on the right one. Then change on the interface to select the proper mode electronically. Done. Overall, highly recommended!