Hubsan releases “plus” versions of their popular smaller quadcopters

January 15, 2015 14:47 | By | Add a Comment

The Hubsan H107D we reviewed some time ago turned out to be quite popular, and got many people into the FPV flying hobby. Now Hubsan is planning¬†a “plus” version of this and two other toy-grade quadcopters.

SKU20006101The H107D+ above gets a 720P camera and a new stylish case. Apparently the stabilization has been improved as well, though that remains to be seen. Also, the remote receives and records in standard definition only, unless Hubsan abandons that and moves to an in-copter recording solution for the H107D+. Banggood lists a tentative price of USD $199.0

The H107C+ upgrades a few more things, adding a 720p camera and an all-new altitude hold mode. Not a bad deal for the alleged $99 price point¬†thought of course it’s only recording video, not transmitting for FPV flight.


Finally the H107L, which has no camera, also gets a new look and an alleged stabilization upgrade for 50 bucks.


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