Hubsan H107D X4 Mini RTF Quadcopter with FPV Camera (Black)
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I found that determining your preferred sensitivity setting makes a big difference in response and expected performance as well- I modified the base settings for non expert mode to "60" for each value and had much better results compared to stock.
I also want to add an additional testament to the durability of this model- I crashed mine into a shallow salt water tide pool, where it lingered under 8 inches of water for several minutes (throttle and steering input was at zero) and it continued to display active running lights while I retrieved it. After a fresh water rinse and a couple of hours drying out next to a heater, I was able to start it back up with no trouble.
I would also recommend purchasing a handful of spare batteries and a bulk charger as well- the fly time vs. recharge rate is pretty dismal if you are only using the stock components, but a stack of five+ batteries to cycle through makes a big difference!
The hud was gravy for me, a free extra compared to the blade. I'm just getting used to it. It has great range (500+ft) and is handy for when you have to ditch your copter out of sight. You can see what it's looking at which oftens tells me where to look for it.
If this is your first multirotor/quadcopter/drone/whatever, save yourself the dough and stay away from the fpv version. You can learn to fly on the $50 version and then, if you want to move on to an fpv get something that's not a beginner multirotor because this one is BASIC.
If this is NOT your first multirotor and you're looking for an inexpensive fpv, this is not the machine for you. It's works and it's not the worst picture you will find on an entry-quad but at $150 you'll get what you pay for. The battery life, which is meager, would be acceptable if you didn't have to spend a minute adjusting trim every time you cranked it up.
All of these downfalls are to be expected with a base quadcopter of a third the price.
Again. I don't hate this multirotor. It was what I expected. But just out of the x4. Not the x4 fpv.
Outside of that, it was a blast to fly. If you get one that works and are careful not to break it then I highly recommend. FPV flying, even with just the screen, is a new way to fly.
Note what going about 20' down a hallway, putting the wall between me and the quad caused the signal to flicker. Then going up the stairwell, the signal went out - so it does not work very well with obstacles in the way.