Hubsan X4 H107D FPV Mini Quadcopter Fly by Video

Brand: Hubsan
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Product Description

The Hubsan H107D X4 Quadcopter is a quad-rotor, palm-sized RC helicopter that features a 2.4GHz, 4-Channel transmitter and a built-in 0.3MP, 640 x 480 resolution camera. This quadcopter is a great starter drone if you are looking for FPV (first person view) flying. This mini drone is recommended for beginners as well as advanced fliers as it is fairly easy to learn on and super fun to fly! The most notable feature of this quadcopter is its size, even with a prop-to-prop wingspan of just 5.75″ it sill has room for a camera. Whether you want to fly it inside or outside it will do well for any type of environment. This is a step up from the Hubsan X4 H107C as you are actually fly by video instead of just record video. To record video there is a Micro SD/Micro SDHC memory card slot below the “tail” section that is activated using a button just to the side of the card slot. Finally, a 3.7V, 380mAh lithium-polymer battery tucks away inside the body providing up to 7 minutes flying time.  If you are looking for something without video recording check out our our beginners guide to quadcopters and drones where we talk more about the Hubsan X4 H107L and some other great quads.

The transmitter (TX) supports both Mode 1 and Mode 2 stick configurations. Mode 2 is typically preferred in the U.S. as many argue it more closely simulates actual aircraft controls, however some international users may be more accustomed to Mode 1.

We also recommend the protection ring as well as the crash pack for when you are learning to fly!

Features:

Lightweight airframe with nice durability

Latest 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity

Permits super stable flight, flying outdoor

Motor(X4): 0820 Coreless

Frequency: 2.4GHz + 5.8GHz (Video transmission)

Transmitter: 2.4GHz 4 channels vs 4.3 Inch LCD

Control distance: 50 – 100meters

Live video distance: around 100 meters

Battery: 3.7V Voltage, 380mAh li-po battery with auto cut off safety PCB

Charging time: about 30 minutes

Flight time: around 7 minutes

USB charging cable allows to charge by computer or wall charger

Camera: 0.3M pixels camera included, resolution: 640 x 480

Instant video review on transmitter

Memory card: SD card inserted in TX, Micro SDHC class6 2-16G (option)

4 night LED lights & rubber feet

Product Reviews

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  1. Crap, don't buy...

    I bought this and was really excited when it arrived, unfortunately it wasn't long before disaster struck! On my first flight, none of the controls worked even though the copter was only 5m away (clearly in range). Because of this loss of signal, my copter continued to fly away and I LOST IT!!! By all means, keep buying from readyquadcopters.com, their deals and customer service are GREAT. But NEVER EVER buy Hubsan guys!!! on Monday 11th Aug 2014

  2. Fun but is somewhat pricy

    A little spendy for this version but FANTASTIC! It's heavy and slow but it does what it does. Check-out all of the versions of the X4. Blow every mind of every person over the age of 20 who hasn't heard of youtube and check out the X4... They are all easy to fly and cheap to crash but FPV is fun stuff. Shipper is CHOICE... I got it early. Also, you can use the transmitters from the other X4s to fly it! There is no FPV but you can save on batteries and try different control rates. HECKYEAH! on Sunday 20th Jun 2010

  3. Pretty sweet little machine

    Very smooth flying machine. Video on the transmitter LCD is clearer than I would expect, but it would be hard to fly FPV with it + the fact that the camera isn't wide angle. Still, you can get pretty good at it with practice. Range in the neighborhood is about 300' (100 m) where I live, but that's near the ground. With a small clover leaf antenna installed (DIY soldering) I got it up scary high before I realized it since it was out of sight on the ground. My biggest problem (not the machine's) is when I'm up high and go down too fast. The machine buffets in the air and I lose orientation, then it crashes. Once it did a power-on crash from about 30' upside down onto the asphalt. I flipped it back up, snapped the legs back in place, and continued flying. I gave it only four stars because of the lack of a wide angle lens, but don't let that deter you! on Friday 20th Jun 2014

Product Videos

  • Hubsan FPV X4 (H107D) - Beginner's Guide
  • Hubsan FPV X4 (H107D) - Review and Flight