@arnold_robolink should be able to answer this more accurately, but it should be around 4-5 minutes. Our recommendation would be to keep the drone indoors, because of the drone's size and weight—it's not great at wind resistance. So what we've found is that generally within the height of an indoor ceiling should be realistic. Unless it's a particularly high ceiling like in a large auditorium or a gymnasium, height shouldn't be an issue. Within 50 ft should be doable. That said, the footage from above of an indoor space may not be as epic as footage of a drone that can reliably handle outdoor flight. Hopefully that's helpful!
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RE: Flight time with camera?
RE: Using video or photo for programming?
@robolink_hansol Unfortunately, the camera is currently not programmable in Arduino. We are working on having it be programmable in Python, and we have some sample sneak peeks of it in the webinars on your facebook page. That said, it's still in development. Hopefully that helps!
RE: Is CoDrone Compatible with Chromebooks?
Yes, CoDrone is compatible with Chromebooks! We currently have a Snap app, which you can download here. You can use that for visual block coding, for younger learners to get exposure to programming.
If it's text-based coding you're looking for and you're using a CoDrone Pro, there's also a way to run Codebender, which is essentially Arduino running in a web browser. It's a workaround, but we've had good luck using it. You can find our tutorial about it here on Basecamp: Using Arduino on Chromebook