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Hubsan H107C HD 61170-02 4 Channel 2.4GHz RC Quad Copter with HD Camera (Green/Black)
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- Latest 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity
- Lightweight airframe with nice durability
- 4-ways flip(left, right, forward, backward)
- Camera: video recording module included (requires a Micro SDHC card)
- Permits super stable flight. With 4 channels
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Main Features: Latest 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity Permits super stable flight. With 4 channels Lightweight airframe with nice durability 4-ways flip(left, right, forward, backward) USB charging cable allows charge by computer. Camera: video recording module included (requires a Micro SDHC card) Able to fly outdoors Includes: 1 x Hubsan X4 H107C R/C Micro Quad Copter with Camera 2.4GHZ 1 x 2.4G Remote Controller (does not include batteries) 1 x USB charging cable 1 x 3.7V 380mAh LiPO Battery 1 x Protection Ring 1 x U Wrench 4 x Rotating Blade Specifications: Motor (x4): Coreless Motor Frequency: 2.4GHz with 4 channels Battery: 3.7V/380mAh Camera: video recording module included (memory card: micro SDHC is not included.) Flight time: about 7 minutes Charging time: 40 minutes Product size: 2.7 x 2.7 x 1 inches Box size: 14 x 3.6 x 7.2 inches Weight (include box): 1 lb. 2.4 oz. Note: This R/C model is not a toy! RC model helicopter is not toy and is not suitable for children under 14 years. Keep it away from children. If you are beginner, it is recommended to be assisted by an experienced helicopter pilot. HUBSAN HOBBY international reserves the right to modify the model without prior notice.
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I plan to make a quadcopter in the next few months but thought it would be a good idea to pick one up, learn to fly it, and take notes of important features. I found that this 'copter is VERY stable, VERY easy to fly, and a GREAT value. In the event that I completely demolish it, I would quickly buy another. My ONLY gripe about this 'copter is that it uses odd connectors for the batteries which makes it difficult to find aftermarket chargers. I will be swapping out the connectors in favor of something else.
Here are a few videos I've done with it: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLr4hIQwsRSpAoAyn1ZbbpQHFz8bSdI32S
Three good tips for folks buying this: 1) Buy yourself a few extra batteries, a crash pack, micro screwdrivers, and two or three 2GB SD cards. This is a *model aircraft*, not a nerf football - it WILL need servicing. 2) Install the prop guard. It may cut 20 seconds or so from your flight time, but it it will also keep you from getting turned into hamburger or killing your props on bad landings/the wall. 3) Turn off your transmitter before picking up the 'copter. I have a few good gashes from holding onto the copter and accidentally jostling the truster on the transmitter.
To address the complaints of several people:
"The battery life is short (~6 minutes)." Motors drain an insane amount of power and don't last long. 'Copters that can fly longer also cost 10x as much.
"The frame is fragile." It can take some good rough landings, but it WILL break at some point in time if you aren't careful and landing on a 3 foot file of fuzzy bunnies. Buy yourself a "crash pack" with an extra frame, motors, props, ect. Even the really expensive 'copters will break during heavy landings - it is just part of the hobby.
"The motors wore out!" Motors are mechanical parts. Unless you are building a 'copter from scratch with brushless motors, be prepared to replace them every so often. Keep in mind that you are continually taking off from and crashing your 'copter in dirt, grass, and all kinds of gritty places.
"The props fly off!" I've never had them fly off during flight, but I have had them come off on hard landings. It is *good* that they come off - chances are that if they stayed on, they would have gotten chipped or shredded making them useless.
"It is hard to replace the motor/led/garble garble! Tiny wires!" This is an aircraft. You want it to be as light as humanly possible to increase flight time and responsiveness. Yes, the wires are thin and short, but anyone who takes their time in replacing parts will have no problems.
"It takes too long to charge the battery!" This is the fault of the user. If you try to plug it into a computer's USB port, you are going to have a bad time (South Park joke, heheh). Your computer will only allow a very small amount of current through its USB ports by design to keep things from getting fried. Try using a nicer cellphone charger with USB, an iPad/iPhone charger with USB, or get a powered USB hub. It takes around 35 minutes for me to charge a battery using my iPad Mini's charger.
"The video sucks." It is a $70 'copter, not a filming rig. The HD video is okay, but it is slightly grainy and doesn't have stellar color or refresh rates. Because the camera is built into the main housing, it moves with the 'copter. So, every time you move the copter or a gust joggles the craft, things will vibrate a bit. Even though the video is not perfect, it is still spectacular IMHO.
Now, I wouldn't call myself a beginner, as I've had a couple quads before, and I usually know what to expect with new Quads.. But when we first took it out of the box for a test-flight, it's blades wouldn't start turning, until the throttle was maxed.. so then it flung itself into our ceiling fan at top speed, which broke/bent several of the quad's blades, and probably damaged a motor a bit.. But it still worked, so I didn't try to return it or anything.. but at that point I was already kinda depressed that my nice new expensive toy, was already damaged..
So, I replaced the blades, and it worked fine... for the 2 or 3 times I tried flying it indoors.. But then I didn't fly it again for a couple months, as I was busy enjoying my Proto X, and life was too busy..
After trying to fly it again recently, I had installed a new set of Hubsan brand blades.. But now whenever I fly it, the blades pop off mid-flight, and I can't figure out why.. Every set of blades I've tried so far, dangerously flings off the quad after a few moments flying.
AND just now, when I tried flying it, one of the blades split in half down the middle, and like bullets, exploded out and smacked either side of the room.
The drone is still working.. But for the life of me I can't figure out why the official Hubsan blades keep popping off. I feel like I'll just have to toss it into a box somewhere, and forget I wasted so much money on this. :(
So, nothing against this seller, or even really the device itself.. I just feel like I need to warn others, that this might give them a bit of trouble. :/ I really dono what to do at this point..