Galileo Drone Review

March 18, 2023
David Sunnyside

The Galileo drone flies backwards, forwards, hovers and rotates 360 degrees.

The device is powered by a battery, which has clasps on either side for easy removal and replacement. The drone also uses a downward vision sensor to help maintain its hovering position in low-wind conditions.

It is fitted with GPS, Glonass and Galileo global satellite positioning to give it the stability it needs. This can be monitored in the App and helps keep you safe in flight.

Object avoidance sensors are automatically activated, and a red line appears when obstacles appear in front of the drone or behind its tail. It also warns you when there are any problems with the connection between your device and the drone.

Controlling the Galileo is simple, with a left and right joystick. The upper joystick monitors your drone's lift-off and landing abilities, while the lower one is used to move the drone forwards, backwards and sideways.

The app also provides a live video feed of what the drone sees as you fly it. This is useful to ensure you are capturing the best footage, and is available in both landscape and portrait formats.

Camera & Gimbal

The drone's camera is mounted on a three-axis gimbal, which is quick to react to any changes in angle and direction during flight. It can take 4K videos at 30fps or 2K videos at 24fps, as well as RAW still images.

The app offers an intuitive interface to navigate settings, as well as a pause button that enables you to stop recording. You can also switch between different photo and video modes by tapping an icon at the top of the screen, as well as a range of other functions including direct record/shutter buttons.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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