The Hubsan X4 is Hubsan’s best known quadcopter till date. It is more of a legacy than a quadcopter now, newer and efficient quadcopters like the Syma X11 (review), X13, (review) have meant that the X4 is no longer the best entry-level quadcopter.
A new quadcopter from JJRC, namely the JJRC H6D reminds me of the X4… in its FPV avatar. Like the X4 FPV (aka H107D), the JJRC H6D comes with 5.8GHz FPV with a bundled monitor (on the controller).
The JJRC H6D costs around $100 (it is only starting to come in stock at most places). FPV is handled by the combination of a 2 mega-pixel camera and a 5.8GHz transmitter on the on the aircraft, along with a receiver and monitor on the controller.
It features headless mode (explained) as well as one key return. Headless mode for an FPV quadcopter sounds disastrous to be honest… or maybe I’m imagining wrong.
Control distance is said to be around 200 meters, while the quadcopter itself has a 350mAh battery which should last 5-7 minutes.