EHANG Ghostdrone 2.0 with 4K Camera or VR

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EHANG Ghostdrone 2.0 with 4K Camera or VR
Price: $199.99 - 399.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, May 29 to Tuesday, May 30) + transit
Condition: New


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Sharing my experience with the 2.0 4K sports camera version (black):

Connecting your phone or tablet to the g-box and to the drone takes some finicking and is frustrating sometimes. When I first flew it, it let me auto-takeoff, but would not let me auto-land until I completed the tutorial. I had to close the app to get it to auto-land. No issues since then.

Using your phone or tablet to fly this means this is not meant to be raced around with precision control. However the platform is very stable, even in 15mph winds. I watched it auto-land in gusts without any issues.

The gimbal is all-metal, and you can pan and tilt the camera from the app. The gimbal performs well, however I saw some slight vibration in the 4k 24fps captured videos. I did not see it with 1080p 60fps. I checked the props and they are all balanced.

All-in-all for an aerial camera platform this is a good deal in my opinion.

For what it’s worth the non-VR with 4K sports camera still transmits video over 5.8GHz. You can see it with a 5.8GHz receiver and display.


I don’t think this model has collision avoidance.

I find these are louder than an average ghost, and no matter what I try, I can’t get them to pass ethereally through the wall. YMMV.

Looking at what’s included, the 4k camera version (without goggles) doesn’t include batteries or battery charger?

Must be a typo, because the pictures show the battery. Also since these are new in the box I know they come with battery and charger.