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thawynd 1,023 2,071 August 14, 2016 at 09:00 PM in Cameras (4) More B&H Photo Video Deals
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Promoted 08-15-2016 by brisar at 08:33 AM View Original Post
B&H Photo Video has Hubsan X4 Mini H107C+ Quadcopter w/ 720p Camera on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks thawynd

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Written by brisar

This promotion is valid today, August 15, 2016 only. - brisar

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Edited August 15, 2016 at 06:48 AM by TattyBear
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...drone.html

Specs:
White
720p Camera for Video / Photos
4-Channel, 2.4 GHz Transmitter
Camera Records to microSD Card
Altitude Hold Mode
Up to 7 Minutes Flying Time
6-Axis Gimbal w/ Adjustable Sensitivity
USB Battery Charging Takes 40 Minutes
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This is a weird post. A couple of observations from someone that has bought multiple copies of both drones (the Syma X5C and the Hubsan X4). I have 4 X4's, and 2X5C's.

- The X5C is not "a little bit bigger". It is literally 4 times as large. The difference is massive.

- Both the X5C and the Hubsan X4 receive fantastic reviews. They are popular for a reason. But comparing the two is kind of apples and oranges:

- Buy the Hubsan for a smaller, lighter, way faster, more maneuverable drone. It can be flown inside a normal house, the X5 can't (too big). I could fly circles around an X5 on a windless day. The Hubsan is also more crash resistant due to the lighter weight.

- Buy the Syma for a much larger, more stable drone, that can take a bit of wind (although it is still very light, and can get blown around / away in anything more than a light breeze). Probably a better drone for aerial photography.

- In my subjective opinion, both are "easy to control", and on a calm day (no wind) will stay airborne until the battery runs out. You might crash the Hubsan more, but that's probably because you will be flying it way faster, and it is so much more nimble you'll be trying to do stuff like fly between trees, through doorways, under tables, etc. The X5 is meant more for an open field.
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Its much easier to control and stays airborne much better. It is also a little bit bigger so you don't have to worry about being blown away with just a little bit of wind. Syma X5C is the best starter drone in my opinion.

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Looks to be $10 cheaper than last front page - http://slickdeals.net/f/8533079-hubsan-x4-mini-h107c-quadcopter-with-720p-camera-49-99-b-h-photo-w-f...
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pretty sure I read HUSBAND...
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This isn't definately not one of the best drones for that price. I would highly recommend Syma X5 over this any day. Price is decent but not great.
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This isn't definately not one of the best drones for that price. I would highly recommend Syma X5 over this any day. Price is decent but not great.
Looking for something for my son (9) for his birthday. What's better about the X5?
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Its much easier to control and stays airborne much better. It is also a little bit bigger so you don't have to worry about being blown away with just a little bit of wind. Syma X5C is the best starter drone in my opinion.
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I have a couple of Hubsan X4 ( H107D, H107C+ ...) drones and this one in particular is one of my favorites. It is stable and nimble, great quality video and the fact that holds altitude makes it a great bang for your bucks and a great quad for those who are new with drones. Compared to whats on the market out there i rather go for an stablished brand like Hubsan than other.
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pretty sure I read HUSBAND...
Were you disappointed?
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"UP TO 7 minutes flying time"?
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fpv? i want one of these with fpv but dont want to pay an arm and a leg.
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Bought one two months ago. This thing is very hard to control and good luck if you can take photo or video.
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fpv? I want one of these with fpv but dont want to pay an arm and a leg.
mjx x400-v2
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Its much easier to control and stays airborne much better. It is also a little bit bigger so you don't have to worry about being blown away with just a little bit of wind. Syma X5C is the best starter drone in my opinion.
This is a weird post. A couple of observations from someone that has bought multiple copies of both drones (the Syma X5C and the Hubsan X4). I have 4 X4's, and 2X5C's.

- The X5C is not "a little bit bigger". It is literally 4 times as large. The difference is massive.

- Both the X5C and the Hubsan X4 receive fantastic reviews. They are popular for a reason. But comparing the two is kind of apples and oranges:

- Buy the Hubsan for a smaller, lighter, way faster, more maneuverable drone. It can be flown inside a normal house, the X5 can't (too big). I could fly circles around an X5 on a windless day. The Hubsan is also more crash resistant due to the lighter weight.

- Buy the Syma for a much larger, more stable drone, that can take a bit of wind (although it is still very light, and can get blown around / away in anything more than a light breeze). Probably a better drone for aerial photography.

- In my subjective opinion, both are "easy to control", and on a calm day (no wind) will stay airborne until the battery runs out. You might crash the Hubsan more, but that's probably because you will be flying it way faster, and it is so much more nimble you'll be trying to do stuff like fly between trees, through doorways, under tables, etc. The X5 is meant more for an open field.
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