The Mota JetJat Nano-C isn’t what you think of when you hear the word ‘drone’. It’s tiny, weighing just 17 grams, and and sounds more like a frisky mosquito than a quadcopter.
At it’s core it’s a toy, and is as fun as it is challenging. For novice drone pilots (present company included) it can be quite frustrating trying to bend the tiny drone to your will, and the controls don’t feel intuitive at times. One thing is for sure, I wasn’t willing to let this miniscule toy beat me, and it really made me want to get better at flying due to it’s tauntingly erratic movements at times.
The camera is nothing to write home about, and the 0.3 megapixel lens doesn’t make for the most Instagram-able photos.
It was small enough to fly around the office, so I didn’t have to deal with any wind interference – but something tells me