Hubsan X4 (H107C) 4 Channel 2.4GHz RC Quad Copter with Camera - Red/Black, Red/Black (Discontinued by manufacturer)
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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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Latest 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity. Very easy to fly novice to expert. Can charge through USB from your computer. Completely pre-assembled, no construction required. Fun straight out of the box. Includes 4-channel digital proportional rc system. Get off the computer and in the air.
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Pros: 1) price. If you are a beginner don't drop a bundle on a high priced drone until you learn to fly. You'll just crash it or loose it.
2) It's a tough little bird. Crashing it often breaks the props but otherwise no harm. Make sure you have spare props.
3) It's feisty, very agile. This turns out to be both a pro and a con depending on your experience level. In my case it's a con.
1) Camera does not work.
2) The battery slips into an opening with nothing to keep it from falling out as it sometimes does in a crash.
3) Hover is difficult to achieve and maintain.
4) Trim commands on the transmitter have a delay. Try to hover and it drifts off in one direction, enter a trim command to correct it and lose control before the command takes effect.
5) Props press on and pull off. After each crash, press on each prop to make sure it is still firmly seated and the battery is still in place.
This little bird is probably better suited to more experienced pilots.
If this drone was a car, it would be a model T. Technically it moves/flies/films, however, today's driver would be lost as to how to operate it and find it particularly useful. For a novelty however, it's hard to beat at the current price.
I see a lot of people have issues with the camera. Being an old design you have to understand its limitations: It can only support FAT file systems, and only up to a size of 2gb (might be able to go up to 4gb, but I was happy enough to get it going that I didn't try to go higher). You can get this to work with a larger memory card, however, you have to create a 2gb partition for the camera to see. I got this working on an 8gb SDHC card, smallest one I had laying around.
What you have to do is:
Put it in your PC using a memory card reader.
Open up windows explorer,
Right click on "this pc" and choose manage.
In the new window, click on Disk Management on the left
Find the removable drive/memory card on the right; in the lower section.
Right click on that and delete the volume (for the love of god make sure you're on the memory card volume before you do so).
Right click again on the now "Unallocated Space" section
Select New Simple Volume
Type in 2000 when it asks you for the size in megabytes
Click Next. On the next page it'll ask for a drive letter and a volume label (these don't matter that much, it's basically how it'll show up in your computer).
Click next again, select FAT file system.
You can leave it on Default Allocation Unit, windows might gripe that it's too small or that it wont work with older OSs, whatever you do it might complain about something. Click ok, and let it continue
If when you're done formatting it, it comes up with a blank windows explorer window where you can see the 2gb memory card, you're done. If not, and it says you need to format it, format it again, leave it on "Default Allocation Unit" and this time it'll work. (windows 10 apparently hates 20+ year old file systems)
Take it out.
Put it in your drone.
Turn controller on
Turn drone on. There will be a tiny blue led solid inside by the memory card. Normally this is flashing if it can't detect a memory card.
Turn the stupid tiny little button on the right - took me an hour to figure this out, because who reads the manual.
The LED inside will also gain a red LED in addition to the blue. You're now recording.
Enjoy your jittery spazzing footage. Happy crashing.
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I think this works best indoors as it is really difficult to handle in any wind and cannot cope with anything over about 8mph with its small propellers. The wind will just take it. The Hubsan came with the propeller guard and a set of propellers but if you fly anything like me I would advise buying a couple of extra sets the same time.
Great fun but buy loads of spare blades & batteries!! Ps guard is included/ hidden in underside of plastic box insert.