Hubsan X4 H107C+

h107c plus

The Hubsan X4 H107C has gone through many changes and variations, however Hubsan also leaves us confused with similar variations of the H107C+. In this post, we will be comparing all the variations of the X4 H107C Plus.

The History of Hubsan X4 H107C+

The Hubsan X4 H107C Plus’s past is, well… you guessed it: The Hubsan X4 H107C! We have an entire review on the previous model as well, and you can check it out by clicking here. Besides this, there are only two main listings of the H107C+, and the main difference between the two appears to be their colour (although we have seen otherwise from Hubsan in the past).

The Camera of the H107C+

I’ve read a lot reviews which talk about the camera of the H107C+. Just like other models, the camera should be considered as a whole with the quadcopter. The reason for this is because there are various factors to take into consideration regarding the camera, and it’s not just about how many “p” or pixels it takes videos by (i.e. 480p, 720p, or 1080p), but also how stable the quadcopter flies, and how well the camera handles the quadcopter’s movements. In that regard, a 480p camera that can handle smooth movements without tampering with the video is far be better than a camera with 1080p that does tamper with the video.

I have also seen questions about whether 720p is different from 1280x720p. The answer is it isn’t. 720p just refers to how many pixels are in the height of the video. The width of the video will depend on the height of the video’s pixels anyways. So, 720p and 1280×720 mean exactly the same thing (unless the width is a bit wider, and specified as such).

From the reviews, I’ve seen various people complimenting the camera.

Here’s a video that was took using the H107C Plus:

To a question on “Does it have an “OK” camera?”, the user Sweetmilk4u responded by saying:

Yes, it’s actually pretty good. I was impressed by the quality, considering the price of this drone.

Where to buy the Hubsan X4 H107C Plus

As any other RC model produced and sold by Hubsan, the Hubsan X4 H107C Plus is available on There are currently two listings of the model and the only apparent difference seems to be the colour of them (one being blue, and the other one being white). The two models can be seen below:


The manual of the quadcopter covers most of the other questions you may have. This quadcopter is not FPV compatible, and H107D is the FPV variant of the H107 series.

You should buy an SD card for the quadcopter to use it for video recording and taking photos.


Hubsan X4 H107C+




Camera Quality






Remote Control



  • Better Camera from the last model
  • Has Headless Mode
  • 6-axis gyro
  • 720p (1280x720 resolution) camera
  • Upgraded new batteries that improve flight time


  • More expensive than the H107C
  • Does not include GPS
  • Does not have FPV functionality
  • Is not waterproof
  • Does not come with spare batteries