This is the 'Night' version with included LEDs, however there is also a 'Cargo' version which doesn't have LEDS but does have a small cargo area. The Cargo version can carry weights up to 40g, and the cargo is secured using a lego-like connectors.
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Pro Removable guard
The guard that protects the blades when indoors can be removed to provide more maneuverability. Removing the guard also removes some weight, adding some extra time to the battery life. The guard is suggested for indoor use, as it protects the blades from damage when you inevitably run it into a wall.
Pro Automatic landing
At 9% battery life, you will get an alert that the battery is getting low. At 4%, the drone will automatically land itself wherever it is. At the 9% mark, you should start moving towards a safe landing area (away from trees and water).
Pro Different control modes
You can control the drone by choosing one of the 3 modes: joypad, normal, and ace. Joypad uses two on-screen sticks - left is for altitude and right is for direction. Normal and ace modes use the accelerometer of your phone - tilting your phone will move the drone. Ace mode allows for more complex aerobatics such as steep turns.
Pro Easy to learn
To launch it, you can just toss it up in the air and the motors will jump into action. It can also perform full front-flips and back-flips while flying simply by pressing a button.
Pro On-board lights
The Night model has two LEDs on the front of it which can be adjusted to different intensities. They also have flash and strobe modes.
Con Short flight time
This drone can fly for 9 minutes under ideal situations before it needs recharging. In real-world use, expect 7 minutes outdoors with the guard removed and very little wind.
Con Poor camera quality
The camera is mounted on the bottom, and aims straight down. It doesn't take video, and stills are only captured at 640x480 resolution. Because the LEDs are on the font, they don't help illuminate objects that are seen by the camera. Taking selfies can be uncomfortable and unflattering - you will be looking straight up.