Hubsan X4 Pro features parachute rescue system, tablet-style remote

January 5, 2015 0:47 | By | 2 Comments

The Hubsan┬áH109 is a bit of an endless story. Originally slated for release early 2014, so far it failed to materialize. Fast forward to 2015 and still no H109 – but Hubsan did announce the X4 Pro which appears to be an upgraded H109 with several quite unique features. Besides being a GPS-enabled quadcopter, it comes with a three-axis gimbal, a gopro-sized HD camera, 2.4GHz remote control and 5.8GHz video link, as well as a built-in rescue parachute. This quadcopter is scheduled to debut at CES Las Vegas – which is tomorrow.



The star of the show is the flat, sleek remote with built-in touch control for placing waypoints on the map, as well as a separate OLED display for telemetry data.


Banggood lists a tentative price of USD $499.-, which we’re very certain is not going to be the actual, final price – but according to Hubsan the final price will be below USD $1000.-

Video, Specs and more pictures after the break.

Brand Name:Hubsan
Item NO.:H109S
Item Name:Hubsan X4 PRO H109S
Battery:11.1V 7000 mAh Lipo battery
Flight time:around 40 mins
Transmitter: FPV version(compatible with H302F Hubsan skycruiser)
Frequency: 2.4GHz/ 5.8GHz
Video Distance:300-2000meters(clover leaf or patch antennas with different range)
Motor to Motor distance:260mm

Precise Aerodynamic light weight Design
Super strong PC plastic material body design
Gopro 5.8Ghz live video without latency,(5.8Ghz VTX integrated design)
Clover Leaf and Patch antennas exchangeable design enable you experiment real FPV.(antennas included)
Fatshark goggles compatible
Extended 2CH for your own DIY
3D Camera Gimbal
Wireless Upgradable design for future update
Customer preference setting adjustable on TX(no need to connect to the computer)
Multifunctional landing gear
Battery charging time adjustable.
Headless mode
Barometer altitude hold
Safe return to home mode
APP Waypoint upgradable design







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  1. Fred Ege says:

    It sounds great even without the parachute. Of course the question is how long of flight time, maximum distance it can be controlled, maz altitude and is there an inflight meal ­čÖé Also, costs and anticipated release date.

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