The X-Star controller layout enables easy access to quick in-flight options like auto takeoff, go-home, and one-touch video recording.
The left antenna transmits a 5.8-GHz RF signal to the aircraft for sending commands and receiving flight information.
Both antennas receive a 2.4-GHz Wi-Fi signal from the aircraft and transfer the flight data and camera data to the connected mobile app.
2. Mobile Device Holder
Holds the mobile device and allows a 180° adjustable viewing angle for optimum visibility.
3. Flight Information Panel
Displays the flight status, warning messages, and real-time instructions.
4. Left Command Stick
Set by default: Ascend Aircraft/Descend Aircraft and Rotate Left/Rotate Right.
5. Right Command Stick
Set by default: Move Forward/Move Backward and Move Left/Move Right.
6. Strap Hole
Attach a neck strap for easy portability.
7. Motor Starter
One touch starts the motors.
8. Take-off/Landing Button
Commands the aircraft to take off or land.
9. Power Button
Press and hold for two seconds to turn on/off the remote controller. You will hear a beep, and the controller will vibrate. The power button shows a solid green light when you turn on the remote controller.
10. Go Home Button
Commands the aircraft to return to the home point.
11. Pause Button
Commands the aircraft to stop moving temporarily and hover in position when necessary.
12. Power Port
Connection to the X-Star Premium/X-Star charger to charge the built-in battery.
13. Gimbal Pitch Dial
Turn the dial to control the tilt angle of the gimbal.
14. Flight Mode Switch
Switch between IOC, GPS, and ATTI modes.
15. Playback Button
Play back the captured images or videos. (Only functions when the remote controller is connected to the mobile app.)
16. Camera Settings Dial
Turn the dial to adjust camera settings.
17. Support Stand
Holds up the remote controller at a 40° angle.
18. Shutter Button
Takes a photo. If burst mode is selected, the set number of photos will be taken with one touch.
19. Record Button
Records a video. Press again to stop recording.
20. CAN-Bus Port
Connects two remote controllers with one operator as the instructor and the other as the learner.
21. Micro-USB Port
22. USB Port
Connects to a mobile device through a USB cable.