The Hubsan x4 is still a very popular choice for drone enthusiasts even in 2018!
That’s because these drones were so well made the first time around that they became a staple of the quadcopter industry and I still would recommend you try one of these flying things for yourself.
Granted its low price point the Hubsan x4 provides an amazing flight experience in a sturdy mini-drone.
As mentioned in the title, in this article I will review all the three models of the x4 drone.
The main differences between them are the camera functions and some other features that I’ll talk about bellow.
How does the Hubsan x4 Fly?
These drones are quite flawless when it comes to piloting and flying all over the place with ease.
The controls are sensitive with instant responsiveness and the speed of flight and the yaw rate are quite impressive for this price range and quadcopter size.
Every model can do flips and barrel rolls with ease, both inside and outside the house with a safe landing thanks to the rubber mounts on the bottom of the device that take impact absorption.
Hubsan x4 H107L
Hubsan x4 H107C
As you can see, the main difference between the two is the addition of a camera. The camera version is a few dollars more expensive, but if you’d like to fly for longer, the H107L is the better choice.
If you really worry that much about battery life I suggest you get additional ones that are even more powerful (520mAh).
These will allow for a flight time of over 10 minutes.
Controller for H107C and L
Both models come in the package with a 4 channel 2.4 Ghz Transmitter with the following feats:
The controls are instant and respond quick and the material used is plastic, although it doesn’t feel cheap.
The transmitter requires 4 triple A batteries and can be bought separately if needed.
Latest Hubsan x4: H107D with FPV
This little guy is pretty much the same as the ones mentioned above, yet a whole new story altogether.
The experience can be fascinating for people who never used FPV before.
It is a perfect drone for beginners who want to experiment with FPV without goggles and in an affordable price range.
Hubsan x4 FPV Transmitter
This controller can be used with the H107C too but not for FPV, just recording.
The Transmitter works with 5.8Ghz RX 2.4Ghz TX Remote Control and can transmit real time First Person View video from your H107D drone.
The distance for the FPV is a maximum of 100m. The quality of the video is quite good and there is no lag in the transmission.
The controller has the following features:
Only the H107C and H107D have cameras incorporated. Both standing at 0.3 px with hd 720p resolutions. the only difference is that one supports First Person View.
The camera on the H107D has an antenna under so it can send the live video information up to 100m.
Battery and flight times
All the drones come with 380mAh Lipo batteries.
Estimated time for charging:30 min and flying time about 7-8 min
Tip: there’s a battery indicator on the controller of the H107D(FPV) showing the current voltage of the drone battery.
When it gets below 3.4v you should land the drone as it’s an indicator that the battery is about to die.
The transmitters all have AAA batteries except for the FPV one( which also consumes more energy). So the Fpv remote will burn through batteries a lot quicker than the other two.