LiteHawk QUATTRO SNAP
SNAP an image, SNAP some video and have fun doing it too! Our newest quad comes fully featured with adjustable flight modes, fully digital stabilization and 2.4 Ghz control! The unique clam-shell design protects internal electronics and motors! SNAP also comes with removable rotor guards and "high lift" landing gear, shown above. This protects SNAP when you are flying in tight spaces or when you are just learning.
Removing and replacing the battery in LiteHawk SNAP
There is very little room in the SNAP for the Battery connectors! I have found only one way to button up the Battery Door. I place the Battery into the SNAP with the Battery connection to the right side of the Door, and push the Battery in as far as possible.
Connect the battery to the Drone. Now push the white part of the Battery connection into the Drone onto the top of the Battery on the left side of the Door Hatch.
It should just fit. Tuck the remaining wires that stick out on the right side, into the Door Hatch, and the Hatch should have enough room to close properly.
Tip: The Snap comes with a very handy tool to help remove the rotor blades. This tool is also very handy to help gently push the connectors and wires into place in the SNAP's Hatch way, and even handier to gently fish the wires back out.. until you can get your fingers on the connector and carefully remove the Battery from the Drone.
Charging the battery for the SNAP
Rotor Blade Care on the SNAP
Synchronizing the SNAP
MicroSD Card Management