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Hubsan H107D+ FPV X4 Plus RTF Quadcopter with 720p HD Camera, Includes Controller with 4.3" LCD
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- Intelligent Orientation Control/Headless The Hubsan X4 H107D+ features "Headless" (IOC) flight mode, which makes flying much easier than before. Headless mode eliminates the need for a "nose", as it can be flown in any direction regardless of which end is in front or back.
- Wifi FPV (First-person view) World’s smallest FPV Quadcopter, with instant transmitter video review.If the motors do not spin freely afet a crash : press the shaft down from the top of the propeller abd motor to remove any objects , or replace the motor.
- 6 AXIS GYRO The latest 6-axis flight control system is easier than ever to control, with stronger wind resistance, and greater stability.
- Altitude Hold Equipped with the latest altitude hold technology which allows for stable flight to get better images
- HD Camera The Hubsan X4 H107D+ also comes with a HD camera (resolution:1280x720). Ideal for taking aerial photos and videos.
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In short I think it is a very "buggy" quad copter. I had it beyond return time and Hubsan ,except for a programed response email, never would comment. I asked them to at least send me a cheaper little quad as some kind of recompense but as i said no reply from them to date. Been a week.
There other model may be good and I've seen a lot of positive reviews on many but in my opinion the 107 D+ is a minus. I would't buy it again.
EDIT: 1/12/16 - There is now a version of the quad sold with two batteries on Amazon, but still no single batteries for sale. B&H Photo & Video seems to be the only place to purchase single spare batteries.
The video quality is good. The video antenna in the controller is directional, so if you are seeing static, try facing toward your drone. I would say the range is around 100 feet or so. Put to drone in photo Mode to enlarge the view to full screen. The onboard recording makes decent 720p videos that are static free, but the downside is that the live video transmission frame rate drops to 15 fps on the controller monitor when you are recording, which can make FPV flying difficult while recording.
The drone can be difficult to control for beginners, especially indoors, but it is quite durable. I crashed mine several times the first day and it has held up fine, even though the props took a little damage. Plan on buying extra props. Practice makes perfect, and I don't crash it very often now. The best place for beginners is in a grassy field on a calm windless day. Keep this little drone close by, not too high, and within line of sight to avoid losing it. It will practically disappear above 30 ft. Make sure you calibrate the controller and quad sensors as per the user manual, and trim out your controller for best results. I like to bend a couple of fiberglass tent poles into hoops, add flags for visibility, and make an obstacle course to fly through.
The Altitude Hold function of the quad works somewhat, but can cause problems, especially indoors. I have found that in a room with an average ceiling height, the air pressure above the quad is not what the onboard sensor expects and the quad will want to rise and hit the ceiling. This problem doesn't seem to be present in larger rooms and arenas. Outside, a sudden small gust of wind can trick the sensor into thinking its too high and cause it to descend. Mine has bounced off the ground once or twice outside because of this.
One thing I really don't like about the drone is that it can sometimes be difficult to cut the throttle. If lowering the throttle wont stop the motors, try putting the left stick down and to the right and the right stick down and to the left...This is supposed to be the fail safe, but it doesn't always work. I have had to physically press the power button on the quad while the motors were spinning, which was quite scary. I have been bitten by the props a few times, but they haven't cut me so far. There still aren't any prop guards available for this model yet, and the generic X4 guards will NOT fit it.