Hubsan H122D X4 Storm The Original FPV Beginner Drone

We finally got our hands on the new Hubsan H122D X4 Storm. It is an all-in-one FPV (first person view) racing quad that includes the drone, remote, monitor and goggles. This little quad really looks the part of an FPV racer, but how does the Hubsan H112 perform? Let’s take a look.

First I have to say the camera on this quad records excellent video. It is one of the best quality 720p cameras I have ever tested. This may have been marketed as an FPV race drone, but the camera quality is excellent, especially if you are recording with an SD card on board the drone. If you want good footage of your flights this quad is an excellent option.

The H122D looks the part of an aggressive FPV flyer. The camera angle is tiltable and the camera is capable of recording 720p video onboard the drone. This, combined with the 5.8 GHz FPV feed, makes this an exciting offering from Hubsan. This is one of the better all-in-one camera VTX (video transmitter) ready-to-go packages we’ve tested.

These are powerful, high-capacity motors as this little quad is running on a 7.6v 2S battery. That extra power should help make this a fun flyer. That means this is a LiHV instead of a standard LiPo. That helps add a little boost of power. There aren’t many brushed drones that run on 2S batteries, but the ones that do, like the Flying Frog, are a lot of fun.

The H122D has multiple speed modes you can increase the fun as you grow as a pilot. It also will monitor battery levels and the remote will indicate when your battery life is coming to an end. You can keep the monitor on the remote or move it into the goggles for an immersive flight experience. The monitor will display important information like battery levels, stick inputs, recording modes and flight modes.

It has multiple speed modes you can increase the fun as you grow as a pilot. It also will monitor battery levels and the remote will indicate when your battery life is coming to an end. You can keep the monitor on the remote or move it into the goggles for an immersive flight experience. The monitor will display important information like battery levels, stick inputs, recording modes and flight modes.

The Hubsan H122D is most definitely an intriguing FPV option. It is an excellent all-in-one option for the beginner pilot. We do recommend this quadcopter for anyone looking for a fun FPV flyer. It fixes all of the previous design errors of previous models and we are excited to go fly it some more.

Hubsan H122D with some other interesting quadcopters

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 Familiarize yourself with the remote control – play around with it, push the switches and practice coordination between the two hands. You should also know how to take off and land the quadcopter gently. Acquaint yourself with indicator lights and what each one of them means.

Assemble the starter drone and check that all of the pieces have been secured together. Find a large open space and test the quadcopter. Don’t go to maximum speed and maximum height immediately. Baby steps are a good idea for the first flight. Once you get a better feel for the controller and how the drone responds to it, you’ll have the freedom to execute some much more daring flight experiments. 🙂

 Visit the Facebook Page of Pinoydrones here   for more information You can also use my coupon code: PDRAN200 to avail of discounts when you purchase one.

 

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