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If your Typhoon H Plus is having issues refer to the Yuneec Typhoon H Plus Troubleshooting.
Background and Identification
Released in July of 2018, the Yuneec Typhoon H Plus hexacopter is the second generation of the Typhoon H, offering several improvements. The updated air frame allows the drone to withstand winds of up to 35 mph. The major improvement, however, is in the camera. The new C23 camera offers 4K/60fps video with 20 megapixel stills. It has a one inch sensor with improved low-light performance, larger aperture optics, and extended ISO range. It also offers 360 degree capture by rotating on its 3-axis gimbal.
Intended for professionals, the Typhoon H Plus retails for $1899.99. Being a hexacopter, it has six rotors that can fold for portability and storage. It has two carbon fiber legs that are motorized to easily fold away when in the air. Even with the larger and better camera, it is still lighter than its predecessor at 1905g, compared to the Typhoon H’s 2205g. The Typhoon H Plus has a five-rotor mode for when one of the six rotors fails, highlighting its robustness.
In September 2019, Yuneec released the Typhoon H3 in collaboration with Leica Camera. The Typhoon H3 effectively replaces the Typhoon H Plus.
Diagonal Length (without rotor blades): 520mm
Battery: 4S 5250mAh LiPo
Weight (with battery): 275g
ISO Range: 100 - 6400
FOV: 91 Degree
Electronic Shutter: 4 - 1/8000s
Gimbal Axes 3
Operation System: Android
Number of Channels: 16
LCD Size: 7”
Flight Systems Telemetry Data on Screen Display: Yes
Video Link Resolution: HD 720p
Connection Types: HDMI, 2x USB