EACHINE E10C Review

EACHINE E10C is a small drone that captures high-quality videos. Read the complete EACHINE E10C review to more about this amazing drone quadcopter.

The word ‘Eachine’ has changed the revolution of Quadcopter drone games. It is generally a small drone offering fun for all its users. It is barely larger than an SD card. You will get to know many things in this EACHINE E10C review article. And, one of them is that the drone is capable of captured high quality of video and images as it consists of a 720P, 2MP camera.

Know more about the drone by reading the EACHINE E10C review

EACHINE E10C review
You can find a power switch and charging port, on the right side of the camera. Whereas, on the left side of the drone toy, contains a small SD card slot. It contains an LCD notification light, right under each rotor. During the night time, these lights will help you to keep a track of the drone. The LED’s present on the front is blue in color, whereas the ones present at the rear end are red in color. One of an additional LED light pops up when you use the camera for taking images or recording video.

Operation and Quality

Initially, you need to turn on both the drone and the controller for a perfect use. Later, you need to move the joystick, both towards up and down. The left part of the joystick controls the movement and rotation, whereas the right part of the joystick controls the side to side motion.

It is also capable of initiating flips, which is one of the easiest features. You can also change the speed of the drone as per your need.

All the data captured by this drone Quadcopter are stored in its mini SD card. There are two bumper buttons on the controller, which helps you to capture the images with an ease. Though the picture taken can’t be decorated with frames, it still manages to give out a decent quality of the image. The drone provides you with images, which can be used to decorate your social networking walls.

  • Dimension – 60*60*28mm
  • Weight – 15g
  • Distance covered – 20 m
  • Duration – 5 to 6 minutes
  • Charging time – nearly 35 minutes

If you are planning to purchase a drone for beginners and intermediate users, then you should definitely consider about Eachine E10C.

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6 thoughts on “EACHINE E10C Review

  • December 26, 2016 at 1:19 pm
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    Do you know what sd card is the best for it?
    I have a micro sd card with 64 gb and it does not seem to work. The red light is always on (no blinking).
    It only blinks when i remove the memory. And no matter how i press the video button (1 single click, 3 seconds hold click… 10 seconds), it does not change the light behavior and there´s not video or photos recorder what so ever afterwards.
    Thank you for the info.

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    • December 26, 2016 at 1:56 pm
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      @Pedro – when we tested it we used the SanDisk micro SD card and it worked fine (http://amzn.to/2hqSKih) What brand/kind did you use?

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      • December 27, 2016 at 12:48 pm
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        Hey. pedro again.
        I used a sandkisk 64 gb.
        My friend has an older version of the Eachine, that works just fine with this very same memory card. And I also use this card for my camera. So the card works.
        I´m guessing that this version might have a top gb amount lower than 64?
        Do you have any clue?

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        • December 28, 2016 at 12:01 am
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          @Pedro – thats weird man. I’d give Eachine a call or email them and see what the deal is. Maybe try reformatting it using the drone?

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  • December 31, 2016 at 11:17 am
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    Hey all. it seams this model does not accept 64 gb cards. i tryed with a smaller card and it works.

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  • February 1, 2017 at 4:09 pm
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    i had the same issue but i solved it by creating a smaller partition on the 64gb micro sd! i just cheated it that way

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