MJX, a Chinese toys manufacturer better known for its hexacopters just announced the MJX X101 FPV quadcopter. The most interesting bit about this new flier is that it comes in a choice of three different FPV cameras, as you shall read later.
In essence, the MJX X101 looks like an alternative to something like a YiZhan Tarantula X6/JJRC H16 with the large footprint (and presumably low cost). Any resellers are yet to list this new quadcopter drone. The X101 has a cool set of blue ‘eyes’ on the front, which should also help with orientation.
The three camera options (all do WiFi FPV) that the MJX X101 will come in are: C4005, C4008 and C4009, the difference between which is unfortunately not clear yet. However, what I do know is that the C4008 will offer the highest quality image between the three, with an option for 720p video. It also comes with a camera mount (as usually seen on higher-end quadcopter drones) which should reduce vibrations with its rubber ribs.