BLU R1 HD Phone Review and Camera Test - 8GB - Black

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Hubsan X4 H107D FPV Quadcopter Review | and Flight Test | with Calibration

Hubsan X4 H107D on Amazon: Today we’re looking at the Hubsan X4 H107D FPV Quadcopter. Now the Hubsan X4 H107D Quadcopter comes in several different flavors and is an extremely popular quadcopter for beginners. The Hubsan X4 H107D model is the FPV or First Person View version, which comes with a built-in camera that transmits a live video feed to the transmitter. Now right off the bat, we don’t recommend the Hubsan X4 H107D as your first quadcopter. We suggest getting a less expensive version of the Hubsan X4 H107D FPV Quadcopter and learning how to fly, before moving on to this version. The Hubsan X4 H107D measures about 5.75 inches from propeller tip to propeller tip and has a body that’s made from plastic. Like all X4’s, it has four brushed Dc motors with colored directional LED’s on each motor arm. It has a standard definition, 720 x 240, camera embedded on the front and 5.8GHZ video transmitter antenna protruding from its undercarriage. The prop guard can be taken off to give it a bit more agility, but recommend keeping it on to reduce damage to the rest of the craft when you crash. And talking about crashes, the 107D is extremely durable. It can take tons of hard crashes and always comes back for more. What you’d mostly end up breaking is propellers so, make sure to keep plenty of them in stock. You can also buy a crash pack that comes with all the parts you might end up breaking during a crash. I’ll put links to all those items in the description below. Its 380MAH battery slides into the the belly of this tiny beast and lasts about 4-5 mins depending on how aggressively you fly it. Again, we recommend getting a spare set of batteries to increase the amount of time you’re in the air with the Hubsan X4 107D. The X4 H107D’s transmitter seems pretty cheaply built, but the sticks are very usable and gets the job done just fine. The screen on the Hubsan X4 H107D is surprisingly decent and offers a pretty good FPV experience. The screen also displays some very handy information such as battery voltage on both the transmitter and craft. The transmitter also has a SD card slot, in case you want to record the video the craft is transmitting. The video quality is great for FPV flying but we certainly wouldn’t even bother recording the video it streams. The resolution is poor and the video’s size is also a pretty strange 720 x240- not exactly useful for anything. The transmitter is powered by 4AA batteries and is pretty comfortable to hold and view video while flying. Now setting up to fly the Hubsan X4 H107D is pretty easy. Turn the transmitter on first and wait till the screen displays the Bind to Plane message. Then slide the battery in, plug it into the connector on the back and place the Hubsan X4 H107D on a flat surface. All the LED’s on the craft turn solid and and you’re now ready to fly. The Hubsan X4 107D Quadcopter is really meant to be a an indoor craft. It can be flown outdoors but it has almost no ability resist even the slightest of a breeze. Its a good idea to calibrate the Hubsan X4, before your first flight. To do this, power the Hubsan X4 H107D on and place it on a flat surface. Then move the left stick to the bottom right hand corner and then move the right stick to the left and right, until the front LEDs blink. This calibrates the Hubsan X4 H107D. When up in the air, the Hubsan X4 H107D is pretty stable for the most part. Subscribe & More Videos: Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #hubsanx4h107d, #hubsanx4h107dvideo, #hubsanx4h107dvideo

Huawei E5336 Mobile Wifi Router Review | and Setup

Huawei E5336 Mobile WiFi Hotspot Router: Today we’re looking at the Huawei E5336 Mobile Wifi Router. The Huawei E5336 is mainly used as a device that converts an internet connection, through a data sim card, into WiFi internet that several devices can use. The Huawei E5336 is very useful for people who travel a lot or for people in countries where fixed line internet access isn’t as easily available. Lets take a closer look at the HUawei E5336 and then I’ll show you how to set it up. Now the unit we’re testing today is an unlocked, quad-band version which will work with almost any GSM mobile carrier in the world. The Huawei E5336 will work with 2G and 3G network speeds but does not currently support 4G speeds. Like every other Huawei Mobile router on the market, the Huawei E5336 has this rectangular shape with rounded corners and has a body that’s made from plastic. While most Huawei routers in the past had a simple status indicator display with multi-colored LEDs, the Huawei E5336 sports a 1.45” LCD screen that displays all the status information. Once the device is powered on by holding down the power button, the screen displays lots of useful information like network signal strength, Wifi Connectivity, Battery life, the name of your network and your Wifi Password. It also displays the monthly data usage, which is pretty useful for keeping a tab on data overages. A button on the top edge of the device allows you to scroll through and select a few basic settings and options on the device. The bottom edge of the device has a micro usb port to charge the device. You can either charge the device through a computer or AC wall adapter. Huawei provides a micro usb cable but does not provide a wall adapter. You can use any standard ac to usb wall adapter. The back cover can be pried off using a shallow slot on the right hand edge of the device. The Wifi password can also be found on the inside of this plastic cover. The Huawei E5336 is powered by a removable 1500mah battery, which should get you about 5 hours of regular internet usage. Removing the battery reveals a full size sim card slot and a micro sd card slot. You can insert a micro sd card to store data and access this data through the device’s local network. There’s also a reset button on top, which will restore the E5336 to factory settings. Setting the device up is fairly straight forward. Insert a sim card into the sim card slot, install the battery and power up the device. Once it powers up and your network’s name appears on screen, you need to connect your devices or computers to the Huawei E5336’s wifi network. In your computer or device’s Wifi settings, look for the network that begins with Huawei E5336. So our overall thoughts about the Huawei E5336? The Huawei E5336 is pretty useful little device if you travel a lot or if you live in a country where fixed line internet connections are not that common. Its fairly simple to setup and use and lets you connect multiple tablets, phones, laptops and desktops to the internet. It also uses a sim card directly and doesn’t need any additional 3G usb router. Overall a very useful and well-designed product. The link to this device is below. If you found this review useful, please hit that like button and subscribe for more reviews. Subscribe & More Videos: Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #huaweie5336, #huaweimobilewifihotspotreview, #huaweimobilewifihotspotreview

GoPro Hero 3 Plus Silver Review | with Video Footage and Slow Motion

Go Pro Hero 3 Plus Silver on Amazon: Today we're going to be looking at the GoPro Hero 3 plus Silver edition. Now the GoPro Hero 3 plus silver edition is the edition between GoPro's top of the line Black Edition and the less expensive White Edition. It has some of the useful features of the Black Edition, like the ability to record 1080p HD video at 60fps which you can use for slow motion, but comes in at a more reasonable price point. So lets first take a closer look at the GoPro Hero 3 plus silver edition. For starters its tiny and you can appreciate just how tiny the GoPro Hero 3 plus silver edition is when compared to a camcorder or even the iPhone 5S. And its size really adds to its appeal. You can practically mount the GoPro Hero 3 plus silver edition anywhere in several different innovative places, as we'll show you in a few minutes, and capture footage you'd probably never have been able to capture with any other camera. Subscribe & More Videos: Thank for watching! Please Help Me get 100K Subscribers on Youtube #goprohero3plussilverreview, #goprohero3plussilvervsblack, #goprohero3plussilvervsblack

Cam Caddie Scorpion vs Opteka X-Grip vs Scorpion EX | with Video Test & Comparison

Cam Caddie Scorpion on Amazon: Today we're going to be comparing three of the most popular camera stabilizing grips. The least expensive Opteka X-Grip, the slightly more expensive Cam Caddie Scorpion and the most expensive one, the Cam Caddie Scorpion EX. In terms of size they are almost about the same. They will all give you approximately 4.5inches of vertical clearance and about 8 inches of depth. However, if you remove their accessory mounts, the clearance on the Opteka X-grip rises rises to about 5.25 inches while the clearances on both the scorpion and scorpion EX rise to about 5.75. They will all fit small DSLR and camcorders and they all allow you mount your camera in several different orientations, thanks to their slotted bases. However, the Cam Caddies both have a few more slots than the X-grip. The Opteka X-grip comes with an accessory mount right out of the box. However, the comparable Cam Caddie Scorpion does not. Nevertheless, you can buy as many accessory shoes as you need for the Cam Caddie Scorpion and Scorpion EX, to mount as many accessories as your rig needs. However, each of these accessory mounts are pricey and currently retail for around $20 in the US. And some might argue that you could expand the accessory mount of the X-Grip with an inexpensive cold shoe extension bar. The Scorpion EX comes with one accessory mount, but it does sell at a much higher price than the other two. Subscribe & More Videos: Thank for watching our Video, Please Like and Share #camcaddiegopro, #optekaxgripvscamcaddie, #optekaxgripvscamcaddie

BLU R1 HD Review - 8GB - Black - Prime Exclusive - with Lockscreen Offers and Ads
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Today we’re reviewing the BLU R1 HD Android Smartphone. Now I usually try and stay away from discussing prices in my reviews, as prices usually change over time. But the price is a huge selling point with this phone. The BLU R1 HD is being released in association with Amazon and retails for $49.99 for Amazon Prime members for the 8GB version. If you’re a Prime member and choose to step up to the version with 16Gb of storage and 2GB of RAM, the price jumps 10 dollars, to 59.99. However if you’re not a Prime Member and don’t plan to get a Prime Membership the phone retails for $99 for the 8GB version and $109.99 for the 16GB version. Now considering that Prime Membership in the US is about $99, the price difference between the Prime and non-prime version pays for half of your Prime membership, so it might not be a bad idea to sign up for Prime and then get the BLU R1 HD. However, if you do get the Prime version you will have the mild intrusion of ads like these on your R1 HD’s lock screen. I honestly didn’t find these annoying or intrusive and I really wouldn’t recommend paying the extra money, to get rid of these ads.
The BLU R1 HD is jam packed with a lot of features that you’d usually find on a much more expensive device. For starters, the BLU R1 HD is a beautifully designed phone. It has a 5”, 720pHD Gorilla Glass display with a gray metallic frame that encases it. The device is about 7mm thick and has all the ports and buttons embedded into its metallic frame. The removable rear cover has the device’s 8MP camera and flash and the device’s speaker embedded in it. Peel the cover off and you’ll find two micro sim card slots and a micro sd card slot to expand its storage capacity. Now it’s important to note that the BLU R1 HD is an unlocked, Quad Band Dual-Sim phone which will work with any GSM carrier on the planet. For example, in the US, it’ll work with AT&T and T-Mobile but won’t work with Verizon or Sprint. You can also use two different number on the same phone, thanks to the dual-sim slots. And again, the sim card slots are micro sim slots. So if you have a full size sim card, you’ll need to cut it down to a micro sim size using a cutter. And if you have a nano sim, you‘ll need to use a sim adapter, to make it fit. I’ll leave links to a cutter and an adapter below, in case you need one. The 2500mah battery however, is not removable, unlike other BLU phones.The BLU R1 HD also performs extremely smoothly and comes with very little bloatware installed. Web browsing and video playback from sites like youtube and Netflix are flawless, and the 720p HD screen makes watching videos a very nice experience. The speaker quality is pretty good, as you can hear in this clip. But I really wish they had embedded the speaker into the frame instead of the back cover, as it does reduce the speaker’s intensity slightly. It’s not a huge issue, but it really would have improved the audio. Again, for a phone that costs $50 or even $100, I just can’t complain.The 8MP rear-facing camera is a huge improvement over the 5MP camera on other BLU phones. The images are much sharper, the colors are well reproduced and the autofocus works very accurately, as you can see in these pictures. And you can take nice looking pictures to post on instagram or facebook. The 1080p videos are also pretty decent. Everything looks pretty sharp and the colors are also well reproduced. Certainly not award-winning video quality, but definitely a huge step up from phones of the past.
The front-facing camera is also good enough for skype and taking selfies, and even has a flash for low-light shots.The BLU R1HD also works really well with graphics intensive games. It didn’t drop any frames and the phone responded very precisely to inputs. Definitely a good gaming device. The battery life on the BLU R1 HD was pretty decent. A single charge should get you through most of the day, without any issues. And that’s with a mix of calling, texting, taking pictures and web browsing- basic day to day tasks.So should you buy the BLU R1 HD. At even a $100, the R1 HD packs more features and refinement than any phone currently on the market.

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