Hubsan are best known for their X4 series. While the X4 H107D is something that first timers enjoy flying, more seasoned pilots and aerial photography enthusiasts enjoy the H501s a little more.
The newest in Hubsan’s growing fleet of quadcopters is the Hubsan H002 nano drone, which comes with a camera of its own. Think of it as a competitor to something like a Cheerson CX-10C.
The H002 has a 0.3 mega-pixel (or VGA) camera. It’s powered by a 180mAh battery, which according to the manufacturer will give it a flight time of between 4 and 7 minutes. In the real world, expect the flight times to be closer to 4 than 7 minutes.
According to the listing page, the quadcopter measures 6.80 x 6.80 x 2.50 cm, but to me that seems a little off (it should be smaller). Anyway, beginners should have no problem flying the Hubsan H002 thanks to the headless mode support on it.
The quadcopter for now is on pre-sale for $29, with shipping expected to commence mid-September.