Hubsan X4 H107C Review

The Hubsan X4 H107C quadcopter is a close cousin to the H107L. The only difference is that it brings something special to the table: a camera.

That’s right- for an affordable price, you’ll be able to own a camera drone that handles well and that offers decent flight time.

The H107C offers a sleek design, fast and agile handling, and won’t break the bank. In this Hubsan X4 H107C review, we’ll show you what it has to offer and why you should consider buying one.

Flight Time

6-7 Minutes


50 Meters



The Camera

We’ll start with everyone’s favorite feature of the X4- its camera. It’s difficult to believe that you can fit a quality camera inside such a small drone.

Hubsan X4 H107C Review

The camera records in 1280 x 720 resolution and can be uploaded to an SD card so you can watch footage on your computer.

You won’t have access to nearly the recording power of something like the DJI Phantom 3, but for the price, the X4 over delivers. To give you an idea of what to expect from the camera quality, here’s some sample aerial footage:

As you can see, it’s not bad. Once you finish your flight, simply upload the microSD card that comes with the quadcopter into your laptop or computer. Then you can share the video on social media or via email!

The footage includes audio as well so you’ll be able to pick up on any surrounding sounds while recording. But just like any quadcopter, you’ll mostly hear the buzzing of your propellers!


The biggest selling of the X4 is its fast and agile flight. Like its cousin the H107L or H107D, this model will zip effortlessly through the air.

The controls are very responsive and the thrust is relatively powerful. Note in this quadcopter review that you can even fly the drone indoors.

Due to its lightweight design and small size, you can fly inside without having to worry about causing any major damage. By the same token, you can just as easily take your quadcopter outside and fly it there.

That’s the beauty behind smaller models like the X4. You wouldn’t, for example, be able to fly the DJI Phantom 3 inside. It’s simply too big, bulky, and heavy. To give you an idea about how well it flies, here’s a video review to refer to:

What Comes in the Box?

Now that you’ve gotten an idea about how it flies and records, let’s spend some time talking about what comes in the box. When you by the Hubsan X4 H107C, you’ll get the following:

  • Battery
  • Transmitter
  • USB Charging Cable
  • Spare Propellers
  • Prop Guard

If you’re new to flying, I highly recommend keeping your prop guards on. As a beginner, you’ll be crashing a lot (it’s part of the flying process).

By keeping your prop guards on, you’ll be able to preserve your props over the long run. Once you become more experienced behind the controls, feel free to remove them.

Hubsan X4 H107C Design

This RC quadcopter measures approximately 1-inch-tall by 3 inches wide.

Needless to say, it isn’t very big. If you recall from an earlier review, the X4 H107L weighs only about 28 grams without the battery.

Well the X4 H107C is a little heavier, weighing in at about 40 grams without the battery.

This extra weight is due to the addition of the camera, mostly. From an aesthetic standpoint, the Hubsan X4 H107C looks pretty cool! If you’re shopping for your kid, this is definitely a great model to consider.


Next in this Hubsan X4 H107C review we’re going to talk about the drone’s transmitter.

The controller is fairly standard: it comes with an LCD display, power buttons, recording buttons, and buttons to change your flight mode.

I love the fact that the transmitter’s LCD shows your approximate throttle position (in the form of a %).

This comes in handy as it allows you to gauge how much throttle you need to reach certain heights. The transmitter looks very unique compared to similarly priced models, mainly because it’s sleeker.

Great for Indoor and Outdoor Flying

Another huge benefit to this beginner quadcopter is that you can fly it both indoors and outdoors. Due to its relatively small size, you can zip around inside without having to worry about breaking stuff.

Or if you want more space, you can take it outside without a problem. Perhaps the only downside to going outside is that the X4, like most smaller quadcopters, doesn’t do a good job at fighting the wind.

If there’s strong wind present, you’re better off flying inside (or waiting until the conditions are calmer).

Need to Learn How to Fly?

If you’re confused about how the controls on a drone work, we highly recommend you check out this article.

It contains some good tips and helpful videos for teaching you how to fly your quadcopter.

If you’re a beginner who practices a lot, you’ll become good behind the controls in no time. Also, be sure to check out this article on how to increase your average flight time with any quadcopter.

Hubsan X4 H107C Review – Bottom Line

If you’re looking to capture decent aerial footage at an affordable price, then get the Hubsan X4 H107C. It’s one of the first quadcopters people get when learning how to fly drones.

There are few other models, if any, that offer recording capabilities and agile flying for such an affordable price. If you’re trying to get the lowest possible price for this drone, click on the big orange button below. Good luck and fly safe.

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