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The camera is built in to the chassis and aims forward. The memory slot is a micro SD card slot - I've used a Kingston 4GB card which works fine. I've seen other reviews saying it's limited to 2GB - maybe that is the maximum file size that can be captured? I have 5 videos on my SD card now with about 3.4GB left on t… see more The camera is built in to the chassis and aims forward. The memory slot is a micro SD card slot - I've used a Kingston 4GB card which works fine. I've seen other reviews saying it's limited to 2GB - maybe that is the maximum file size that can be captured? I have 5 videos on my SD card now with about 3.4GB left on the device. There is no view screen, so when flying you have to assume that whatever the copter's camera is pointing at will be captured. Here's the process I use to make a recording (very similar to kadams): 1. make sure microSD card is in the slot - copper contacts towards the body of the copter 2. make sure throttle is down - power up the controller 3. connect power to the copter (I wish there was a switch - I'm concerned about the durability of the wires being pulled apart repeatedly for charging) 4. press the black button just below the battery compartment, verify the tiny red LED starts to blink - just above the memory slot on the right. 5. set the copter on level ground so it can initialize and sync with the controller 6. Fly! 7. after landing, press the black button once more and verify that the red LED stops blinking. This will stop the recording and save the info to the memory card. 8. now it's safe to disconnect power on the copter and remove the SD card. see less
By GlennJ on September 10, 2017
I get about 6 to 7 minutes of flight time on my original and also on the spare battery. JT
By Johnnie T on November 18, 2017
Monoprice has one that is 720p. $50 http://www.monoprice.com/product?c_id=117&cp_id=11719&cs_id=1171901&p_id=13995&seq=1&format=2&cl=res&utm_source=151205_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=13995&utm_campaign=151205_saturday
By Steve K. on December 5, 2017
Yes, it comes with one set (1 prop per motor - 4 props total) of new blades as well as a protection ring - however the protection ring is taped to the underside of the inner packaging - if you flip over the white plastic packaging mold, you will find the ring taped underneath your model.
By Tommy RC on October 26, 2017
gently pull down on the little flap and pull battery at same time should come right out
By Joseph Woodward on December 23, 2017
Hi Nouman, I believe it may be due to the fact that the props on the quadcopter are in the wrong place or you are using the wrong ones. Take them off and ensure that the letters "A" and "B" are matching on the props and quadcopter. These are indicators for which props turn clockwise and counterclockwise. Hope this helps!
By Arsham Mojgani on July 6, 2017
Comes with the x4 copter, the controller and one battery (plus usb charger). As a bonus mine did come with a prop guard (but the product description makes no mention of that). You will need some extra propellers... and want at least one more battery. The crash kit is a good value. It comes with 16 extra props and a b… see more Comes with the x4 copter, the controller and one battery (plus usb charger). As a bonus mine did come with a prop guard (but the product description makes no mention of that). You will need some extra propellers... and want at least one more battery. The crash kit is a good value. It comes with 16 extra props and a battery (plus some more stuff)... that alone is with the extra purchase. see less
By Skywalker on April 21, 2018
I have a GoPro and the Hubsan x4 but have never tried to put them together. I've seen it fly with a keychain video camera strapped to the bottom and maybe even a Mobius action cam might work. I just wouldn't wont to put my almost $400 GoPro on a $60 micro quad. Just my opinion. Good luck.
By Amazon Customer on April 5, 2018
10 minutes tops
By Birdie on February 2, 2018
I would disconnect the battery immediately and then use a hair dryer on it till completely dry or put it in a thing of rice for a couple of days just in case.
By Chris on January 11, 2018
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July 31, 2017
Great fun.. hadn't realised how much one would have to learn to pilot this little drone.. especially when taking into account wind direction and speed. At the price I'm not sure I can think of anything more fun and absorbing to involve myself in.. regards gadgets. Love it! Loved the challenge. 4 AAA batteries are required to power the handset remote. The drone is powered by a rechargeable battery and there's a lead to recharge via a computer or mains USB socket. A full charge gives you about five minutes flight.. and that's just how it is. Unfortunately battery life/flight time doesn't get better until you spend large amounts of money. I researched the rules for flying these drones. Essentially, one needs plenty of space away from buildings and people... and they fly REALLY high but to be honest if you do that the wind will likely take it and you'll lose it. Follow the rules about reinstalling blades carefully.. as blades do break from collisions; there are two types of blade and the unit will not fly unless they are installed in clockwise/anti clockwise balanced positions. For many years I've been disappointed with 'gadget gifts' but this one hit the spot!
By Adam Bowker
June 5, 2017
Overall, this thing gets a pretty good rating from me. I'll break it up into categories, with my overall thoughts at the bottom: Durability: 6.5/10 The quad is pretty durable, but a few things could use improvement. The arms have a cool feature where they sort of "break apart" in the event of a crash, but can be popped back together again (to avoid permanent damage). The only problem is that they "break apart" way too often; the mechanism is quite loose. Also, the propellors are very cheap and will break very easily as well as pop off the motor shafts during the smallest of crashes. However, it's not a huge deal when they come off (if you're lucky enough to find them after they fly off!) since you can simply slip them back on. Sadly, the prop guard is just as cheap as the props. I dropped the quad from maybe 4 feet high, it hit a bush, and landed on the sidewalk. Not a bad crash at all, considering it only fell about a foot onto the sidewalk after coming out of the bush. But the prop guard had snapped apart! Lastly, the motors aren't quite up to the task; I dropped from maybe 10 feet onto a flat surface, landed sitting face-up, and one of the motors stopped working (that might have been my fault though). Luckily Amazon replaced my quadcopter with a new one, no questions asked. Other than all of that, the thing feels like it has a decent build quality, and I'm not at all worried about the main canopy breaking. Camera: 7/10 It's certainly not the best camera. Reminds me of an older cell phone camera. But when I bought it, I knew the quality wasn't going to be great, so I can't be too disappointed. The only real problem is focusing the camera; there's no auto-focus and no live feed out so it's almost impossible to get it focused correctly. I'll update the review in a while when I can get outside and get some footage! Battery: 6/10 This is the last category before I talk about actually flying the quadcopter. The battery isn't too bad; it's got your average R/C helicopter flight time of 6-7 minutes per charge. I'd definitely like to have more flight time, but I can always buy extra batteries for around $3 each. The main downside is charging time, which is north of 45 minutes, even with a high-output charger! Flight & Transmitter: 9/10 Flying this little guy is so much fun! Even a pilot like myself with a little bit of experience still has tons of fun, but some of my friends bought these as well and learned to fly very quickly. There are two modes: Normal & Expert; Normal mode has stick sensitivity of about mid-range, whereas Expert mode has extremely sensitive sticks. The latter allows you to flip and fly pretty dang fast. It's definitely a challenge, but lots of fun! While you're flying in either mode, the trickiest thing is orientation. When it's coming towards you, pushing the stick left will make the copter lean right, and vice versa. Sounds easy, right? Nope. But Hubsan included red and blue LEDs to assist with this. It's still kind of mind-boggling when it's coming at you, but the LEDs (and different-colored props) definitely help out. In most other quadcopters I've flown, the yaw control is a bit unstable. They all tend to lean in a certain direction when spinning, but not this one; it needs minimal correction. The transmitter isn't my favorite, but definitely beats that of the similarly-priced quadcopters such as the Estes Proto X. This transmitter is about the size of an Xbox controller and has sticks of a decent length. It can also be programmed to reverse channels or adjust stick sensitivity. Overall: 3.5/5 (rounded to 4/5) This is a nice, stable flyer suitable for beginners as well as experienced pilots. Everyone who has flown mine has had lots of fun, no matter the experience level. At just $49 (or $38 without a camera) I highly recommend this quadcopter over its competitors. Just be sure you buy lots of extra propellers, as I went through the included 2 sets within 1 day. Luckily, they're only about $7 for a 20-pack. If you have any more questions or want more information, feel free to ask!
By Fabricio Trentini
December 5, 2017
Really great drone for the price! It has a really easy set up and also its really easy to fly! All the necessary information is in the manual, and you can easily find videos on the internet to help you with any issues. The battery life is considerably small, but that's because of the size of the drone, I highly recommend buying some extra batteries to enjoy the drone even more. I also recommend buying the protection ring as I did and as I show in the pictures attached, THE PROTECTION RING IS NOT INCLUDED.
By Steven Reviews Products
October 31, 2017
Great Entry Level Quad Copter. Camera is equivalent to a webcam found in most laptops 720p @ 2mp. Great Quality, reliable and stable with auto balance. doesn't say at a fixed level but will stay balanced. (once calibrated properly) parts are easy to change out but do require some soldering. (2 wires for each component.) the camera has to be activate on the drone its self and must be stopped before disconnecting the battery. The Quad comes with: 8- props 4(a) & 4 (b) -Note they are directional. 1- prop guard (found under package) 1 - 380 mah Lipo Battery with Charger that charges at 0.36 amps. ( total charge time is about 1 hr / run time is anywhere from 5-10 minutes depending on use ) 1- Main QuadCopter 1- prop removal tool 1- Remote control (requires 4 AAA Batteries Not included) Some things to buy additionally. Spare Props, Storage case, Parts Pack, Microsd Card( 32 gb is plenty), extra batteries / charger.
By Fatma Alluwaimi
October 16, 2017
So I wanted a cheap compact drone to be my first and I got this one. It's a good practice drone, very sturdy and can take a beating and high falls. I was trying at a barely field and the wind blew it to the deep field and it was impossible to find. Two months later it was harvest time and I finally found the drone, it was in great condition, still works, footage still available. It survived rain, sun, animals, and a tractor running over it. This is a truley amazing first drone and for practice and fun travel where you are not looking for high quality footage but footage is really good considering it's size. I have a video of when I lost it and found it and another video by a lake on my instagram f_alluwaimi
By Waylon Jones Reviews
October 11, 2017
Après 30-40 min de recharge, on peut voler environ 7-8 minutes, c'est suffisant pour essayer quelques cascades. Avant de le faire voler, ne faites pas la même erreur que moi, retournez la boîte, vous trouverez le protège-hélices! ça vous évitera d'en casser une comme il m'est arrivé, heureusement qu'il y en a 4 de rechange! Après avoir feuilleté le manuel, on règle facilement le mode de conduite avec lequel on est le plus à l'aise et on se lance!La caméra permet de faire quelques vidéos pour le plaisir. Je conseille!
September 20, 2017
Un tout petit quadricoptère permettant de voler aussi bien à l’intérieur qu’à l’extérieur et d’une taille si réduite qu’il est très aisé de le transporter partout où l’on va, tout le monde en a rêvé et le voici ! //// Description du Hubsan X4 //// Le drone Hubsan X4 RTF (Ready to Fly) H107L (L pour Led) est livré avec sa radio commande, une batterie et son chargeur. La radio de ce modèle mini-drone X4 V2 H107L permet comme la première version du Hubsan X4, deux modes de vol, débutant ou expert. La petite taille de ce Drone Hubsan X4 H107, permet le vol en intérieur et en extérieur. Idéal pour des débutants ou des enfants. Tout l’intérêt de ce drone est une utilisation en intérieur car très léger il est parfait pour débuter dans le monde des drones et apprendre a piloter Ce nouveau drone est équipé de 4 leds, qui permettent un vol de nuit en toute sérénité. Deux couleurs de leds, pour différencier l’avant de l’arrière. Peuvent être désactivées pendant la journée pour économiser le temps de la batterie.
By Brady Communications
November 18, 2017
Let me start off by saying that this is the coolest little quadcopter out there. Of course I am somewhat bias, but it is amazing the way it flies. It is so nimble and stable. It is incredibly small - fits in the palm of your hand, but this little guy surprisingly does very well in light winds 7-10mph. There are plenty of mods out there to keep you busy with this. I added red and green flashing LEDs on the bottom so that it looks like an actual full-sized aircraft when it is so high. The range is exceptional. You really can't go wrong with this quadcopter. The remote transceiver itself is worth every penny I spent. I also use the remote on other RCs. I own 3 now, just because I wanted a fleet.:) way cool!
November 7, 2017
So I'm going to start off by saying I had a blast with it while I had it for 2 days, would recommending it and may buy another. After about 5 full length flights I was doing pretty awesome, doing laps around the yard, my dads shop, and my folks house. I was banking and just having an all around blast, then I landed the craft. Then it happened, I thought to myself, I got a little charge left, how about one more flight. So I high the throttle full forward and watched my craft disappear into the sky faster than I expected, so I cut the throttle, know it would fall since I've done it a few times, after about 2 seconds I put it back to a little over halfway, I heard it in a specific direction for about 3 seconds and then it went silent. I can only assume its somewhere in the woods behind my parents house. Lost all my videos of my flights :( But As I said had a blast while I had it. I'd probably get another right now but Christmas makes me broke.
By Helen Panaro
October 11, 2017
Well I received the drone but did not open it till I went to Virginia to see my grandson this past weekend March 13, 2015. We were so excited to try it. We put the batteries in the remote and went to charge the drone and discovered the black wire was broken off from the motherboard. My grandson was so disappointed as was I but I just read that it is too late for me to send it back. I learned a valuable lesson. You need to check out every product that you buy, immediately. If I had, I would have a working drone and my grandson would have been so happy. I just thought I should let you know what happened. Thanks.
October 2, 2017
this is a great beginning quad. I highly recommend users also purchase the crash pack. You will lose some blades early on while learning to fly, and I also had to replace a rotor (which was easy to do). After about a week of flying 15 minutes per day I had it down pat. It hovers well. If you are having trouble getting it to hover in place, there are a lot of good tips and how-to videos online which helped greatly. I highly recommend this as a starter quad. I bashed it into trees, walls, vehicles and other objects while learning and it usually was unscathed. The big difference between this quad and other entry levels is the size. It is easy to learn to fly indoors because of it's small size. Videos aren't bad but because it is so light any amount of wind will cause the video to be a little jumpy. I put in a lot of research and decided on this unit and am glad I did.
September 27, 2017
This quadcopter is an absolute blast. It's great for learning, though I would actually recommend the version without the video camera more. The footage from this thing is not good enough to warrant paying anything extra for it. Even if you only save two bucks with the non-camera version, do it. That all said, the quadcopter itself is a ton of fun. It's a great one to learn with as the body can take a beating. If this is your first quad, do yourself a favor and order extra propellers right away. You will need them. Flight time is so-so, and I have never got more than 6-7 minutes out of it. So definitely stock up some extra batteries too. This isn't the easiest drone to learn on, as it can be touchy and twitchy, but once you master it, you can fly just about anything. If you are an experienced flyer, you will still enjoy this quad as expert mode really opens up some speed and sportiness. Good for indoors and outdoors, but don't get too crazy with it, as the black body can get easily lost in the grass after a crash. At any rate...this quadcopter is great and absolutely worth giving a go.
By Scott Burgess
September 16, 2017
This little guy is pretty fun! I don't really have any other experience with drones to compare it to, but it's pretty cool having an inexpensive quad to play with. This thing really speeds along...I started indoors, and immediately took some popcorn off my ceiling when I started it with the throttle fully on. If I had been outside, it would have disappeared forever. Takes a bit of practice and a steady hand to get comfortable flying it. Actually, I got it as a cat toy and got different reactions from the cats...one was terrified and one wanted to play with it. The con is definitely the battery life (7 minutes or so per charge), but I suspect other drones of this size have similar performance. I would recommend using the blade guard in the beginning and also getting one of the crash packs (has extra battery and some replacement blades). I haven't used the camera/video recording yet.
By A. Chaurasia
September 15, 2017
Giving 4 because the camera is not good quality, but i knew it already. Another reason is that the propellers are little loose and come off often. Overall its a nice quad. Flies very stable. I bought a few extra batteries and now i can fly for around 45 mins. The battery it comes with gives around 6 min flying time with camera. As other users said, put the propeller guard, it saves ur props all time :) and my advice fly it outside. I damaged my props a lot when flying indoors. It withstood strong winds and rain too. A little tough to fly in strong winds as the quad tries to fly in direction of wind but keep giving constant power in opposite direction and it tackles the winds. Expert mode helps you fly it more controlled.
September 14, 2017
My first drone and I loved it. Unfortunately, I lost it in a bean field within 2 weeks of purchase. Just make sure your batteries have a full charge before flying high and above locations you will not be able to retrieve the drone if it falls. I noticed a few times the batteries were not charging when connected. I had to remove power to the charger before the battery would charge again. My main complaint is that the video quality is terrible. Just because it says 720p, doesn't mean it takes HD quality video. video quality is more like 480p clarity. I would have given 5 stars if video quality was better. Flight control was awesome after getting used to it. Had so much fun will probably buy another
By Mark L.
September 8, 2017
For the price it's very good. But I would recommend also getting the blade protection guard and extra blades. Having not flown any other drones/quadcopters before, I can not give a balanced opinion on how easy or not it is to control. The only thing I find is the the quadcopter drifts in one direction or another, despite following the procedure to stop it drifting/calibrate the giro. But again for the price it's not a major problem to cope with. When it comes to controlling the quadcopter it's a case of practice practice practice and be gentle with the controls.
August 23, 2017
Ce petit quadricoptère est vraiment étonnant. Nerveux, relativement stable (le mien a tendance à dériver un peu) et terriblement solide. Après quelques essais en intérieur, je l'ai essayé dehors (à Paris) : c'est vraiment excellent, mais attention à ne pas s'emballer (la télécommande porte à plusieurs dizaines de mètres). Il s'est pris un mur d'école, une grille... Mais avec un peu d'effort on arrive à bien le contrôler. Par contre penser à acheter des hélices supplémentaires (il y en avait 4 fournis de rechange avec, mais au bout d'un week-end...). La protection est d'un intérêt mitigé (elle protège les hélices, mais elles ont tendance à sauter plus facilement). Des batteries supplémentaires permettent de s'amuser plus longtemps. Sinon livraison depuis Hong-Kong par postNL (poste néerlandaise), ça a mis du temps (2-3 semaines) mais bien que j'avais mis mon adresse cityssimo par erreur, tout s'est bien passé.
August 11, 2017
Arrivato 2 giorni dopo aver effettuato l'ordine, in anticipo di 15 giorni. La scatola contiene un quadricottero (drone), eliche di ricambio carica batterie, il drone e 6 batterie. Attenzione manca la memoria sd per effettuare i filmati. Il drone e costituito da buoni materiali, appena lo prenderete in mano lo capirete; e piccolo, più di un palmo. Le istruzioni sono solo in inglese è tedesco ma se come me, volere farlo senza leggerlo potete, e abbastanza intuitivo! La prima cosa da fare sarà settarlo se no se ne andrà a destra e sinistra e non lo riuscirete più a controllare. Un mio amico lo ha provato e lo ha fatto finire in acqua, funzionava ancora, poi lo abbiamo spento e asciugato e funziona ancora!! Ottimo prodotto lo consiglio a chi cerca qualcosa che non è un giocattolo ma non è una cosa professionale.
August 4, 2017
This is a great little toy. This was my first quadcopter and I found my new love for ariel photography and drone flying, and so yesterday I ordered the new Phantom 3 from DJI. If you are a beginner and want a drop with a camera I could not recommend anything better for starting out. Spending upwards of £1000 on a Professional Phantom drone is not a good idea until you play around with something cheaper, this is so that you: 1. Learn how to flu these things and 2. See if drones and flying them is in fact something you enjoy doing Its important to have something to use for learning before investing in anything more expensive because you WILL crash a few times. This product is awesome, the video quality is great for such a small device, it flies for around 16 minutes and the range is quite good. You may need to calibrate it before flying and everything is explained in the manual properly, and there are tons of videos on YT. If you are a beginner looking to get in to Drones and Arial Photography/Videography, this drone is the best thing to go for, both in terms of quality and also value for money.
By Chester Christopher
April 19, 2017
I've been totally captivated by videos of people flying FPV quadcopter rigs for almost two years now. I don't have the money to build a custom rig or get something like the DJI Phantom, but I decided to finally treat myself when I read about this little Hubsan X4. It takes a good degree of coordination to fly, but I imagine it's easier than a full-sized quadcopter. It's got a fair bit of power behind it too, so make sure to fly away from people, because you could really do some damage if you're not careful. The on-board camera is an absolutely fabulous addition. Part of my fascination with quadcopters comes from being a journalist, and the ability to give you an eye in the sky is still kind of mind-blowing to me. This little guy isn't going to give me video of a quality I can really use, and when you're out in the wind the video can be quite shaky, but it's enough that you start to learn the principles behind using a drone for photography. I hope to move up to the big boys of drone aircraft one day, but until I save up the cash and do a lot more research, this is an excellent product on which to cut my teeth.
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