HUBSAN X4 H107C-HD Quadcopter with 720p Video Camera (Black/White)

HUBSAN X4 H107C-HD Quadcopter with 720p Video Camera (Black/White)

HUBSAN X4 H107C-HD Quadcopter with 720p Video Camera (Black/White)


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Product Highlights

  • Palm-Sized, Remote-Controlled Quadcopter
  • 4-Channel, 2.4 GHz Transmitter (TX)
  • Transmitter Supports Mode 1 and Mode 2
  • Integrated 2MP HD Video Camera
  • Camera Records Video to microSD Card
  • Up to 7 Minutes Flying Time
  • 6-Axis Gimbal w/ Adjustable Sensitivity
  • Expert and Normal Flight Modes
  • Performs Acrobatic Flips & Barrel Rolls
  • USB Battery Charging Takes 40 Minutes
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WARNING: Carefully read instructions to ensure proper configuration before use. Failure to use this product responsibly may result in loss, damage, or injury.

HUBSAN H107C Overview

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The X4 H107C-HD Quadcopter with 720p Video Camera in black and white from Hubsan is a quad-rotor, palm-sized RC helicopter that features a 2.4 GHz, 4-Channel transmitter and a built-in 720p resolution HD camera. The most notable feature of this quadcopter is its size, even with a prop-to-prop wingspan of just 5.75" it sill has room for a camera. To record video there is a microSD memory card slot below the "tail" section that is activated using a button just to the side of the card slot. It will accommodated microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC cards up to 64GB. Finally, a 3.7V, 380 mAh lithium-polymer battery tucks away inside the body providing up to 7 minutes flying time.

The transmitter (TX) supports both Mode 1 and Mode 2 stick configurations. Mode 2 is typically preferred in the U.S. as many argue it more closely simulates actual aircraft controls, however some international users may be more accustomed to Mode 1.

Internal HD video camera (H107-A28 Camera Module)
Records to microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC cards up to 64 GB


LCD info screen displays: remaining battery, stick trim settings, and other data
Supports Mode 1 and Mode 2 stick configurations
Adjustable rudder, elevator, and aileron trim to compensate for drift
Finds rudder central point automatically after landing and powering down throttle for three seconds
Red/green LED indicates proper binding with receiver (RX)
Powered by 4 x AAA batteries

Flight Control System

Expert and Normal flight modes
6-axis gimbal with adjustable gyro sensitivity
Advanced aerobatics including 360° barrel rolls possible in Expert Mode

Battery System

Flies up to 7 minutes with featured 380mAh lithium-polymer (LiPo) battery
Four LEDs on the prop posts flash to indicate low battery
Charges via USB in approximately 40 minutes using a computer or USB charger

HUBSAN H107C Specs

Resolution 1280 x 720 (720p)
Recording Media microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC memory card (supports up to 64 GB)
Control Modes Mode 1 and Mode 2
Frequency Band 2.4 GHz
Number of Channels 4
Power Requirements 4 x AAA batteries
Flight Control System 6-axis gimbal with adjustable gyro sensitivity
Battery Type: 3.7 V, 380 mAh lithium-polymer
Flying Time: Up to 7 mins
Charging Time: Approx. 40 mins
Charging Method: USB charging
Motor 4 x coreless
Dimensions L x H x H without Props: 3.25 x 3.25 x 1.25 (95.3 mm)
Diameter with Props: 5.75 (146 mm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight 1.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.3 x 7.2 x 3.7"

HUBSAN H107C Reviews

X4 H107C-HD Quadcopter with 720p Video Camera (Black/White) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 131.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The little drone that could Need a well lit environment for video. The wires in the back could have been better thought out. I'm not sure how long it will be until they are ruined from not being secured (with all the pulling and movement they take). Other than that, my dad and I found these drones extremely fun and usable--both indoors and outdoors. I would suggest buying the extra blades, as they do get banged up quickly. I would also suggest buying an extra battery, as they only hold between 6-15 minutes of power for the drone. I only have one and wish I had purchased a second one. Overall, I definitely recommend as a first drone.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Powerful little toy! I bought this because I'm a videographer and this has an HD camera. I haven't purchased the optional mem card but I've been flying it indoors. I'm trying to learn how to control this thing but I'm a slow learner. The instructions say to fly with an experienced pilot. The only thing I don't like is the battery life is very short 5-7 minutes then you have to recharge using USB. The manual doesn't give many tips on how to fly it, it just explains what all the buttons are for. YouTube does have some good videos that will be helpful. I would eventually like to upgrade to a quad that has a longer battery life. For now this is a fun, inexpensive toy to practice on. This is a very small unit so check out the dimensions before you buy or you may be disappointed.
Date published: 2014-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun for this beginner I bought my dad one of these for Christmas and decided to purchase one for myself too. I am so thankful I listened to those who told me to start out small. This is the perfect size to start out with and it is a fun little guy! I did note that the directions are not as simple as one might want for someone starting off; however, after a bit of toying around, one is able to get it going. The camera in mine is dreadful. Perhaps it was just the cloudy day, but I was rather disappointed in its quality. Here's another however--it was only $50. There is a ton of junky drones out there for the same price--or more.
Date published: 2016-12-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Inexpensive but not up to the task. Perhaps I expected too much, but any drone that doesn't stay in good enough trim to be able to stay in one spot aka hover, is a waste of time, never mind how low the price. It's possible that mine is a dud, but from reading the different R/C fora I have a suspicion that quite a few other users are in the precise same boat. What finally made me say no more was the second burned-out motor. Yes, I have spares on hand and replacing the motor is no big deal, but two motors within two days? To shorten the story a bit, the X4 may or may not get repaired, the replacement from a different manufacturer is on the way. On the Hubsan X4 .... be prepared for surprises.
Date published: 2016-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fun flying Bought this unit to learn to fly these units and although it is a little touchy.....its still fun to fly and a great learning tool.....would highly recommend that you buy the following accs for it: extra blades, blade protection ring, extra battery, extra charger....the unit is small, but it really does fly well... It does take some time to get the 'feel' for the remote units joy sticks, but when you get it down....your in and especially for someone like me who only uses a TV remote.!!!!
Date published: 2014-09-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Don't lose your X4! This is a fun little quad copter and the video on the HD model adds to the enjoyment. But... let me tell you from experience - fly this indoors or if you go outside, fly in a really big field where if the wind catches it you can still bring it down in a location where you can retrieve it. How do I know this? On my second flight foolishly flying it in my subdivision it went up, up, downwind, and away... gone. Someone might have it now, but I don't. Sad lesson learned. :(
Date published: 2015-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for Training This thing is about the size of your hand, so it's not as stable as a heavy UAV with a larger circumfrence would be, but that also helps develop a light touch in training. It has plenty of power for its size, is fairly responsive and is easy to use. It's a great little drone for beginner flyers, such as myself, to learn the controls and how to fly, especially the tricky techniques needed when flying it towards the operator and the controls are reversed. For having a pinhole camera, the images are not bad, but far from true professional standards. The props have tendency to fly off, so I reccommend getting the crash pack. You'll need it, plus it has an extra battery.
Date published: 2015-04-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice flying toy This is very entertaining small size quadcopter. Buy a crash guard same time you buy the copter(Buying crash pack is smarter option btw). Flying it is like learning to drive a car first time though, so dont get disappointed, give yourself some time to learn to fly it, for me it took a week. Please buy 4-5 extra batteries, so that you can enjoy elongated flying time. Havent tried its camera yet, as to film something you should learn to fly it first, you dont wanna watch video buping the quadcopter everywhere anyways.
Date published: 2015-01-26
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Can i replace the battery with a bigger one?
Asked by: Faris R.
If you plan to add more weight by going to a bigger battery, you might as well go to a multirotor with more thrust. Changing the weight and balance of any aircraft will change performance.
Answered by: Charles B.
Date published: 2018-08-25


How much weight can it support while in flight?
Asked by: Carson B.
I have never thought of adding weight to the X4.Sorry can't help but suggest this would be a worthwhile buy toexperiment yourself. Good Luck!
Answered by: Roydon S.
Date published: 2018-08-25


Could this support a Go Pro camera?
Asked by: Carson B.
No it will not
Answered by: KIM O.
Date published: 2018-08-25


what is the maximum size of micro sd for this quadcopter?
Asked by: Anonymous
The largest card supported is 16gb.
Answered by: Graham N.
Date published: 2018-08-25


Is this the 2mp HD camera or the 0.3mp cam. the specs say A-28 camera which is the .3mp cam but the in the box list shows 2MP. which is it?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, it is 2MP HD camera.
Answered by: ALI R.
Date published: 2018-08-25


How do you find out if the control transmitter is a Mode 1 or Mode 2?
Asked by: Michael
Listen for the beeps .. 1 beep is mode 1, 2 beeps is more 2 .. Also if the red light is solid it's mode 1 blinking mode 2
Answered by: Troy K.
Date published: 2018-08-25


After my transmitter binds with the copter the two front lights start blinking & the controls do nothing. What is the issue!!?
Asked by: Anonymous
If you are experiencing a technical issue please contact our Aerial Imaging department at AERIALIMAGING@BHPHOTOVIDEO.COM.
Answered by: Graham N.
Date published: 2018-08-25


up to what distance will remote effectively control flight?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hobbyist flights (see for details) are to be conducted within Line of Sight (LoS) and below 400 feet AGL (above ground level). Within five miles of an airport contact FAA Air Traffic Control and/or the airport manager's office before flying. I live 3 miles from KCOE and received permission to fly (Blade Chroma 4K) to inspect the roofs in my condo complex for the COA board. It saves wear and tear on the roofing while looking for plugged gutters, downspouts, cupping shingles, and other problems. These are also electrical devices so when power goes out so does your control, GPS-linked or not. Good rule of thumb: Do not risk more than you're willing to spend.
Answered by: Charles B.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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