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Hubsan X4 H107D FPV RC Quadcopter With Live LCD Transmitter

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  • Hubsan X4 H107D FPV RC Quadcopter With Live LCD Transmitter

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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 4 x 10 cm ; 200 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 798 g
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  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Item model number: H107-D-FPV
  • ASIN: B00FNC8AX4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,549 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)

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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 14 years. For use under adult supervision

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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By J. Hooton on 4 Mar 2014
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A bit disappointing in many ways. It flies OK as most Hubsans do. FPV works OK although flying by FPV is confusing and the craft can move quickly out of range. It is far better to fly by sight which rather defeats the purpose of FPV, but remember this aircraft can’t hover on its own and needs constant input from the pilot. So it flies OK and transmits a video well enough; so what is wrong? Well, transmitter battery life (4 AA cells) is nothing to get excited about. They show serious signs of exhaustion after only 3-4 flights and there is no doubt that the video screen is consuming most of the power. You would be lucky to get an hours flying in total if you are recording video as well.
But that’s not the main problem, the main problem is this. In their wisdom, Hubsan choose to record video in a strange 720 x 240 elongated format. This is compressed on the screen and plays back OK on the transmitter screen but it is a problem when trying to play it on a computer. There are links given for a free conversion programs, but I did not have a lot of luck with these as the format displays exactly the same on screen, even though the properties show it as converted to 720 x 480. So I tried on my Mac using Final Cut Pro, an expensive but capable editing program. In that, I was able to transform the display to the correct proportions, but not without jagged edges to lines. I can only speculate that Hubsan is splitting the signal scan somehow in order to transmit the video signal on the same band as the controller signal, hence the need for doubling the width of the image. However, technical jargon aside, it makes editing complex and the video quality suffers. I have the previous Hubsan with a standard 640 x 320 format and the video quality is much better given its limitations.
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63 of 66 people found the following review helpful By John on 13 Nov 2013
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I have the original Hubsan X4 quadcopter and the upgraded X4 H107L version. Both these I can fly easily indoors or outdoors in normal or expert mode. I was going to buy the camera version but then thought I would skip that version and buy the fpv version instead. It was well packaged with a nice small box for the quadcopter which would be useful for transporting it. Also a cover and prop spanner are provided. But no extra batteries. It is supplied with a more powerful 380mAh battery than the earlier models which gives 7-8 minutes flight time. Fitting the battery is much easier than with earlier models. It will also fly using the 340mAh batteries provided with the earlier models. The old 240mAh battery gives about 4 min flight time.
However, initially it was a disaster! It would not hover, I could not trim it and it would not respond to the controls instead it shoots off uncontrollably. I had to do a factory reset. Now it flies just like the earlier models. You can also fly it with the transmitters from the original and upgraded Hubsan X4 versions
The streamed video works well. After one flight the 4 duracel AA batteries in the transmitter are down to a quarter power already. But even though it reads a very low battery I have had 6 flights before I had to change the batteries. I have now bought rechargeable Ni batteries and these are working well.
So far I find it impossible to fly by just looking at the video screen. I have to watch the copter in order to fly it and barely have time to look at the video screen while flying. It is nice to see the flight time and battery levels on the video screen. However, I usually switch the video on at the beginning of the flight and switch it off at the end of the flight.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Tony M on 25 April 2014
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The copter works straight out of the box with minimal reference to the instruction manual. It is not hugely easy to fly and I had a lot of crashes to start with but that was all part of the fun.I do wish, though, that I had used the rotor blade protection cover from the start as that helps considerably to prevent crashes - it stops the blades from snagging on things - as well as limiting damage. I hadn't noticed that it was in the box at first. That proved to be important as I broke some of the blades, which are still surprisingly resilient bearing in mind how light they are, after a few days and had to delve into the spares pack provided. Currently I have exhausted those and am grounded while awaiting a 'crash pack' that I perhaps should have ordered at the outset but put off doing as I wanted to see whether it was all worth the money.

The battery life also proves to be a limiting factor although I am easily getting the 8 minutes they claimed from the 380mah battery supplied. I did buy a 5-pack of supposedly better 500mah batteries from a different supplier on Ebay but they proved to be a bad purchase as they all swelled up the first time I charged them and then wouldn't hold their charge. I have since obtained a refund on those and bought a 3-pack of 500mah from another Ebay supplier.

The copter is surprisingly agile and responsive and I had it on the Normal (Beginner) mode to start with but then found later that it was more controllable in Expert mode. It can move and climb very quickly, as I found out to my cost after a few days when it shot over the roof of my neighbour's house and landed in another garden about 200m away, resulting in several hours of searching for it and knocking on doors.
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