The Hubsan X4 H107L is a great way to start your drone flying experience. If you are a novice, then this should be totally fine as it can take a beating or two and it is not particularly expensive as well when compared to something like Parrot Bebop or top tier DJI Mavic Pro, etc. This little guy can easily fit in the palm of your hand, and as far as the pricing is concerned, it usually runs at about $60 or so. An inexpensive way to start off this thing right? Also, do make note that this version is an updated variant of the one which was launched back in 2012. Well, first of all, this is ready to fly model out of the box, which essentially means that it is ready to be taken off right out of the box as it is completely assembled and you have everything that you need.
The Hubsan X4 H107L has 6-axis stabilization which is a great step up from the 3-axis stabilization that was in the earlier model. While it is quite easy to fly this guy, if you are a novice as mentioned before, you might want to pick up the protective ring that comes. And another great thing would be to invest in a crash pack. It comes with pretty much everything you need to prepare ahead of time when you do crash. And this is something which you will definitely need. The first thing which you need to be doing is charging your battery since it doesn’t come with a charged battery out of the box. Once that is fully charged the red light on the charger will turn off. At this point, you need to turn on the controller for the Hubsan to pair with it. Now once your controller is on, plug your quadcopter battery into it. After this, you will hear a beep and your controller is ready to control the device. Once all this is done, the nest step is to fly. For this, just fly like you would be doing with any other drone.
While flying the Hubsan X4 H107L will not be a particularly pleasing experience at first, you will get the hang of it eventually. The movements are fast, and it might get out of control a few times. Also, don’t try to do any rotation of the quad as that will just confuse you, and you will crash. As mentioned, try to get the hang of the throttle and move slowly. And to finish things off, it is safe to say that this is a very good place to start off you flying hobby. It is cheap enough to learn, but it also has the capabilities to entertain an advanced flier. If you are planning on getting something bigger like the DJI Mavic Pro, for example, you should probably take a look at this and then proceed.