Hubsan X4 FPV

Brand: Hubsan

Part Number: H107D

£138.50 Web Price RRP £149.99

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After the immense global success of the Hubsan X4 Quadcopter, the next step was a camera version and the final piece in the set has arrived in the form of the X4 FPV (First Person View). This palm sized quad features in-built video camera for a live picture feed directly to the transmitters built-in screen. Record to the SD card (required) and view on the screen.

Now you can fly by sight or by screen for the ultimate r/c flying experience. Fly indoors or out with possibly the worlds smallest FPV quadcopter!

Hubsan X4 FPV Specs:

  • Coreless Motors      
  • 2.4GHz  5.8Ghz Transmitter
  • Battery: Li Po 3.7V 260mAh 15c     
  • Flying time: 8 -10 minutes
  • Charging time: 30 minutes     
  • Video Range: 200 meters
  • Transmitter Range: 400 meters     
  • Radio Controller: 6 CH FPV 2.4Ghz with 3.5 LCD Colour Screen
  • Video Camera: 0.3 Mega Pixels     
  • Video Recording: 20 minutes with SD card
Hubsan X4 FPV Features:
  • Latest 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity
  • FPV Live Video and Audio Streaming / Recording
  • Video Glasses (Optional)
  • Permits super stable advanced flying
  • Normal to Expert Mode
  • Light weight airframe with nice durability
  • 4-ways flips (left,right,forward,backward)
  • USB charging cable
  • Flying indoors or out doors

Hubsan X4 FPV Includes:
  • 1 x Hubsan H107D Helicopter
  • 1 x 5.8G FPV 6CH Radio
  • 1 x USB Charging Cable
  • 1 x Li-Po Battery
  • Brand: Hubsan
  • Part No: H107D
  • Features: Camera Included
  • Flying Style: Fun
  • Build Level: RTF (Ready to Fly)

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