Hubsan X4 (H107C) 4 Channel 2.4GHz RC Quad Copter with Camera - Green/Black
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||13 x 3 x 7 inches|
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- Latest 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity
- Permits super stable flight. With 4 channels
- Lightweight airframe with nice durability
- Camera: 0.3 MP video recording module included (requires a Micro SDHC card)
- 4-ways flip(left, right, forward, backward)
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Description: Brand Name: Hubsan Item No.: H107C Item Name: The Hubsan X4 Motor (x4): Coreless Motor Frequency: 2.4GHz Battery: 3.7V 380mAh Flight Time: around 7 minutes Charging Time: 40 minutes Transmitter: 2.4Ghz 4 channels Camera: 0.3 MP Video Recording Module: included Memory Card: Micro SDHC(excluded) Feature: New hubsan x4 h107c RC quadcopter with camera Latest 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity Permits super stable flight Lightweight airframe with nice durability 4-ways flip (left,right,forward,backward) USB charging cable allows to charge by computer. Flying both indoor and outdoor ability Protection cover is also available( not included,need order separately) Package Included: 1 x RC quadcopter 1 x transmitter 1 x battery 1 x charging cable 4 x blades
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In addition to the quad, I also ordered a guard cover with extra props, SD cards, and extra batteries - I highly recommend the SD cards and batteries. I didn't know that the quad ships with guard and extra props in the box (that's pretty cool!) so I would have waited to order more.
While they arrived on the Saturday after Christmas, we caught up on the fun very quickly. The boys were excited to just fly and the quads were ready out of the box to do just that. After a few hard landings, we installed the guard covers (very easy), and read a little more of the manual. I strongly recommend a reading of the manual.
I was a little more cautious in my first flight. I was happy to start with a take off and a landing a few times. I wanted to a get a feel for the controls so I flew low and slow. With patience, the X4 is very stable and easy to control. I recommend learning in a large room and learn to calibrate and use the trim controls.
The extra batteries really came in handy as we were all able to get good experience in flying these quads. With all the batteries waiting to charge, we reviewed the manual a little more to understand trimming, calibration, and how to take videos.
In a week's time, we were all flying the quads pretty well. Of course, we replaced a prop or two, and learned how to reset the arms after a hard landing (p19 in the manual). But that didn't distract us from having a lot of fun with this quad!
We were all impressed with the video. The color and detail are good for indoor flying. I found it fun to watch a video of zooming around the living room. More recently, I was able to take a video outdoors. I waited for a day with no wind. The video resolution is not the best for distance but familiar landmarks are recognizable. I estimated the X4 ascended to 70 feet - what a view! I had good control at that height. When the quad descends, it appears to wobble a bit but was not unstable. A little more throttle near the ground and it recovered very well.
I had earlier purchased an AR Drone but its size limits what I can do indoors. The X4 is a welcome and fun alternative!
20 Apr 2014 Update
I still have a lot of fun flying this tough, little quad! With the warmer weather, I'm getting some great videos from almost 200 ft high.
I had noticed that my quad would rotate left slightly after take off. I presumed it was my props getting a little bent and it did not affect the flight. When I removed all the props and guard to adjust an LED, I noticed fibers wrapped around each motor armature. These fibers would not be noticeable with the props on! I removed the fibers from all four armatures. Now, my quad no longer has that slight rotation. I recommend a periodic check for fibers to maintain the quad in good flying condition!
By Bill on April 4, 2015
- The flight capability is outstanding; the copter's speed and sound (like a hundred little bees) make it intimidating and fun to fly with.
- You crash it a lot. The prop guard is extremely helpful in the beginning for not breaking too many props. You'll want to buy a bunch of extra props.
- It's durable: through all the crashes, my maintenance attempts, and even a couple times when my dog has gotten a hold of it, it still works.
- The camera is fun to play with, but the footage is pretty much useless.
- When you get more advanced: Take the prop guard off to reduce weight and it flies like a dream comparatively.
- The pro controller mode vastly improves the copters capabilities; fast turns, flips, and higher speeds all become possible.
- The battery lasts for about 8 minutes, buy an extra
What it boils down to:
Solid little copter worth the $50
Buy extra parts (the Hubsan "crash pack" is a good choice)
One HUGE QUALM:
If you want to replace the body, you must do some soldering work!
I don't know why Hubsan didn't design the copter engines to "slide" out (like the LEDs do), but they force you to detach the engine wires from the circuit board if you want to replace a cracked body. I see this as a huge design flaw and dropped a star off for this reason.
- Always calibrate before flying
- Make sure props aren't damaged, are in the right order, and are attached securely
- Twist the battery cable and stuff it into the body as much as possible, it can/will otherwise affect flight
- Take it easy, only move forward when competent (it can be dangerous, some people have suffered cuts)
By Heather on December 14, 2016