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Finally an affordable GPS 1080p Drone

The BUGS 2 GPS enabled HD camera drone is here


The body is made of sturdy ABS plastic, the kind used in automobiles and helmets.


The quadcopter is powered by four MT1806 1800KV brushless motors.


Inside the Drone is a compact 1800mAh Lithium Polymer battery running at 7.4 volts.


The craft utilizes 2.4 GHz frequency dual way transmitter for stable control and comms.


The Bugs 2 uses an onboard GPS system to guide itself outdoors.


For improved stability, there is a 6-Axis gyroscope on the flyer.

Video Capabilities:

The drone has an integrated camera capable of 1080p resolution.


The quadcopter can be operated using a remote control with intuitive and easy to master joystick controls. To grab visuals from the camera in real time, there is a First Person View system that can be accessed from a smartphone/iPhone, using WiFi.


25.5 x 25.5 x 7.5 cm, or 10 x 10 x 3 inches. The mentioned figures are without including the rotors/propellers. The drone weighs 445g, or 15 oz, including the battery pack.

Brushless Advantage

Thanks to those four MT1806 brushless motors, the Bugs 2 is very quiet, and very powerful.

Excellent Flight Duration

Very efficient brushless motors also mean that the Bugs 2 can stay in the air for nearly 16 minutes on a full charge. Regharge time is 2-3 Hours.

Long Range

The 2.4 GHz dual way transmitter can keep the Bugs 2 in your control at ranges beyond 1000m. Video range is stated at 500m.

Rechargeable Battery Pack

This is pretty much the norm these days in the world of drones and RC quadcopters. And the battery capacity is a middling 1800mAh, which is not at all bad considering the compact size of the drone. A battery pack is always a better option in comparison to AA batteries. If you want to keep the quadcopter airborne for several flying sessions, you have the option of buying additional battery packs.

GPS Navigation & One Key Return

With the addition of this feature, MJX has considerably improved the safety and reliability of the Bugs quadcopter. Thanks to the inclusion of GPS, a nifty “one key return” feature makes its way to the Bugs 2. This is a pretty essential feature these days for new drones. With just the press of a button, you can now call back the drone in mid-flight. And it will fly home on its own without your assistance, guided by the GPS system and the signal from your remote. This feature is incredibly useful if you happen to stray into restricted airspace or over private land.

Onboard Camera and Optional FPV

The Bugs 2 can function either as a racer or as a device for aerial videography. The onboard camera can shoot HD 1080p videos. FPV stands for First Person view, and most higher priced drones have a built-in screen on the remote control where you can see the feed from the onboard camera in real time. The Bugs 2 offers optional FPV support through WiFi, in one of the variants on sale. The video feed can be accessed on your smartphone through an app.

Altitude Hold For Better Video Capture

With a dedicated altitude hold feature, the Bugs 2 makes it easier than ever before to hover at a particular height. This feature is invaluable when it comes to capturing high-quality video. It helps take stable long takes and zooming shots from any altitude you desire.

Failsafe Headless Mode

Headless mode is a feature found in many drones. When this mode is activated, any directional changes you make do not affect the controls. It is hard to figure out the front or back of a quadcopter once it is high up in the air. With headless mode on, pushing the flight stick forward will always keep the drone going forward (and right is right, left is left, and back is back), regardless of which way the drone is pointing. It is a useful feature that removes the need for us pilots to worry about orientation.​

One-Touch Landing

The advanced navigation systems on board help the Bugs 2 perform certain maneuvers at the touch of a button. The one-touch landing system is especially useful when you want the craft to return to earth fast. Beginner drone pilots will find this system quite helpful until they master the basics of drone flight.


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