GTENG T905C Ninja Altitude Hold Camera Drone Flight Test Review

GTENG T905C Ninja Altitude Hold Camera Drone Flight Test Review
This altitude hold quadcopter is a very stable flier that produces nice steady video. Buy it here

– Auto takeoff and auto landing. Cansafely auto land from high altitudes.
– Altitude hold
– 720p HD camera
– Headless mode and one key return

– Upon loss of signal, the quadcopter continue flying 17 seconds before it will descend. This creates a potential for flyaway if the pilot flies too far from the transmitter. Strongly recommended that pilots keep this quadcopter upwind when flying distant to lessen chance of flyaway.

Vendor’s Description
Brand: GTeng
Type: Quadcopter
Model: T905C
Features: Radio Control
Motor Type: Brushed Motor
Functions: 360 degrees spin,Camera,Height Holding,Left / Right Hand Throttle Switch,One Key Automatic Return,One Key Landing,One Key Taking Off,Slow down,Speed up,Turn left/right,Up/down
Built-in Gyro: 6 Axis Gyro
Material: Electronic Components,Plastic
Kit Types: RTF
Level: Beginner Level
Remote Control: 2.4GHz Wireless Remote Control,Built-in LCD Display
Channel: 4-Channels
Mode: Mode 1 & Mode 2(Left & Right Hand Throttle)
Detailed Control Distance: 80~100m
Transmitter Power: 4 x 1.5V AA battery(not included)
Battery: 7.4V 350mAh
Flying Time: 6-8mins
Charging Time (h): 70 minutes
Camera Pixels: 1280 x 720
Video Resolution: 720P
External Memory: TF card up to 4GB
Product weight: 0.165 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 32.00 x 32.00 x 10.00 cm / 12.6 x 12.6 x 3.94 inches

Package Contents: 1 x Quadcopter, 1 x Transmitter, 4 x Spare Propeller, 1 x Screwdriver, 1 x 4GB SD Card, 1 x Card Reader, 1 x USB Cable

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Tim-DVG says:

Nice video!

Jerry Berglund says:

Mm…. sad that bird is at the moment prohibit to fly in Sweden. They counts for just a day ago as surveilance camera so to fly them you have to apply for a permit and they are kinda not giving out those. Many companies over here that uses quadcopters and their camera as a jobdiscription has to put down their buisness. Its no fun to be a quadflyer and want to film from the sky at the moment. 🙁 It is though still allowed to fly without camera or a so bad camera that you cant see anything.

George Bamber says:

these are getting better and better

MasterCheifn343 says:

Wish I had a little one like this that I could bomb around without worrying about loosing several hundred dollars worth of investment!

DragonirHD says:

Why is the video so wobbly?

Reon Woodman says:


ATLANTAS loveflying thanksALLAH says:

i love that song

Bill Somrak says:

Saw a couple other reviews of this one. Do NOT like the proprietary battery. The video IS comparable to the 808 keychain, but unfortunately, it has considerable jello. Seems to lack power/punch, even though it has a 2S battery in it .. it practically fell out of the sky when you tried flips. You could do worse than buying this quad, but, imho, its no bargain at its current price. Thanks for the review. Cheers.

Jorney says:

show us your drone collection OMG

N for Noah says:

it’s too bad that it has brushed motors

RD's Drone Reviews says:

I reviewed the FPV version and it’s a nice bird. fpv works great. I had no issues with flips as long as you do them early in the flight when the battery has plenty of punch still. It’s not a racer though like some describe it. It’s a slow flying aerial video quad. There is some Jello but I’ve seen much worse. The video quality is not horrible, pretty much on par with other 720p toy grade cameras.

John Forbes says:

for the money great stable camera bird

Ruudy L says:

Price is just a tad too high, should be around the $60.   That fly away issue, think it is because of the AH mode, also I have the Hubsan that you have too switch off the motors after it lands, not good, because in a crash you will burn the motors, because they keep spinning

adam benson says:

Different looking,bet it’s a motor killer though as you mentioned,a little odd they went with 7.4 v but who know I have had some brushed quads do fine with 7.4v power supply,especially the MJX X101 which after a year and a half it still is on stock motors,it may have it’s range issues/flyaway possibilities but if you watch out for that it certainly does well for life longevity 🙂

Meme God says:

What’s a brushed motor?

Papa Apple says:

That was actually some pretty good footage.

John Forbes says:

thank you for doing this vid

ATLANTAS loveflying thanksALLAH says:

very stable

Thatrandom Kid says:

Do a review in a Dji phantom plz

lasersbee says:

When are you finally going to to a 1 key return BEFORE…. let me repeat…. BEFORE going into
headless mode ???????????

Josh Wagner says:

I just bought an X5C-1 and have a few questions before I begin flying since I’m a noob. What is One Key Return and “Headless mode”?

Joel Marji says:


marshall Mann says:

can u do a review on the HOVER CAMERA

Sergej Nadaždin says:


erick sagita says:

Please review Gteng T905F

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