Welcome to our Bwine F7GB2 Drone Review, where we discover one of the most beginner-friendly drones on the market. If you’re a novice drone enthusiast eager to explore the world from aerial perspectives, you’ve landed in the right place. In this review, we’ll delve into the key features, performance capabilities, and user-friendliness of the Bwine F7GB2 drone.
The Bwine F7GB2 with its boxes and content.
With the promise of being a beginner-friendly, easy-to-use drone, the Bwine F7GB2 should be on your list as one of the most affordable options, and a possible alternative to some of the entry-level DJI drones.
So how does it deliver? The drone definitely has its pros and cons, like any other drone on the market Read on for the details and to find out if this drone is the one for you.
I’ve weighed the drone with a battery and it’s exactly 532g, which is great if you need to carry it around.
Packaging and Unboxing
The drone comes nicely packaged with an external box to protect the drone box.
Here’s what you’ll find inside the box with the drone:
- A good quality drone bag
- A remote controller for your Smartphone
- An extra battery
- Replacement propellers
- Two USB charging cables
- Quick start guide
- The User Manual
The drone also has a cover to protect the 3-axis gimbal and another plastic band to keep the foldable arms in place.
Flying the Bwine F7GB2 Drone
To fly the drone you will first need to install the Bwine app on your smartphone. You do not actually need any cables to connect the RC to your smartphone, everything is wireless. You just need to connect the smartphone to the wi-fi of the drone and that’s it.
The App will also guide you through the first-time setup, which is quick and easy. It took me less than ten minutes to set it up and start flying. The drone isn’t particularly noisy, so that’s another plus.
There also are a few useful fly modes, like Follow Subject, Fly Around, Route planning, and more, which are all very handy for quick shots. Lastly, the drone has a return-to-home functionality which is triggered automatically when the battery is low.
There is no obstacle avoidance, so be aware of that if it’s an important feature for you. I personally do not really on it even with my Mavic 3, but it’s of course nice to have it for peace of mind.
The remote controller has an LCD screen that allows you to view the connection status and flight data, but not the livestream from the drone’s camera. You would need your smartphone and the Bwine app for that. For this purpose, the RC offers two smartphone holders, one above and one below the controls, so you can put it where you feel most comfortable.
Bwine F7GB2 Image Quality and Video with sample photos.
As mentioned earlier, this drone offers 4k video recording at 15FPS, which gives decent results even if the video is not super smooth. There is also a 2.7k at 30fps if you need to record smoother videos. Here is a sample video in 4K followed by one in 2.7k for you to judge.
In terms of photo quality, the drone shoots JPEG so there’s not much latitude for post-processing adjustments. The image quality is fair for its price point. The images have good contrasts and the camera seems to try and balance highlights and shadows to retain maximum details where possible.
Sometimes photos seem to be a little over-saturated Here are also some samples:
Conclusion – Bwine F7GB2 Drone Review
To sum it up the Bwine F7GB2 is a fun drone to fly, good value for its price. It also offers decent image quality if you do not need to do any post-processing.
Suitable for beginners, this drone is a good introduction to the world of aerial video and photography due to its ease of use and uncomplicated features.
Also, this drone is a great option for those looking for a reasonably priced drone that offers good features and you do not need or want to do any post-processing.