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Hubsan H501SS X4 FPV Brushless Drone

Hubsan H501SS X4 FPV Brushless Drone


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Brushless Motors, 1080P Video

The Hubsan H501SS X4 FPV delivers a wide range of features to satisfy both moderately experienced and advanced pilots. Built into its durable frame are four brushless motors, which provide smooth, stable flight for quality 1080p HD footage. A 4.3-inch LCD display on the transmitter offers immersive live-view footage and easy adjustments during flight. With up to 300 meters range and 20 minutes of airtime, the Hubsan H501SS X4 is designed to help you gather impressive shots and take your movies to new heights. For more than three times the range, upgrade to the High version, which offers 1,000 meters distance from base.

Note: This drop is for the Standard version. At checkout, you can upgrade to the High version for (+ $20). Both versions come in black or white.

Hubsan H501SS X4 FPV Brushless Drone

Features & Flight Modes

With built-in GPS positioning, the drone can be instructed to follow you wherever you go, making it easier to focus on the action. When you want it to sit tight in the air, use altitude hold mode and it will promptly stabilize mid-air for panning and bird’s-eye-view shots. Headless mode makes it easy to control its flight path no matter what direction it faces—forward is always forward and backward is always backward. When you’re finished shooting, you can command the drone to return home automatically with the push of a button. When it goes out of range it will automatically return home with Failsafe technology, too.

Hubsan H501SS X4 FPV Brushless Drone
Hubsan H501SS X4 FPV Brushless Drone
Hubsan H501SS X4 FPV Brushless Drone
Hubsan H501SS X4 FPV Brushless Drone

See It in Action


  • Camera resolution: 1280 x 1080p
  • Range: 300 m Standard version, 1000 m High version
  • LCD screen: 4.3 in
  • GPS positioning
  • Automatic return to home
  • Altitude hold
  • Follow me function
  • Flight time: 20 min
  • Battery: 7.4V 2700 mAh Li-Po
  • Charging time: 3.5 hrs
  • Real time FPV
  • Photo/video
  • Brushless motors
  • GPS/Follow Me/Headless/RTH
  • Dimensions: 8.6 x 8.6 in (21.8 x 21.8 cm)
  • Weight: 14.5 oz (410 g)


All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.

Estimated ship date is May 25, 2018 PT.

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Recent Activity

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Here's a summary of what follows: keep in mind it's not more than the price you pay for, and you'll never make nice videos for your memories. Otherwise it's fun... but only for fun. FYI I've bought the Hubsan H502S with Massdrop, had a problem one day after use and bought it *again* directly at the seller ( and I've had two problems: (1) while making it fly around me, I was pushing "up" the remote control and it landed on its own (very suprising & more important: very dangerous if there are some people around you) (2) because I was in a field with tall grass the grass "wrapped" around one of its motor and it instantaneously broke. Hopefully I had the first buy from Massdrop, and changed the motor. Now it's working again but (1) I know it's dangerous to fly with such drones when there are people around you (2) it's very (very x 54) fragile (3) you'll be very happy with your first shots, but you'll be very frustrated in the end because the camera is not stabilized, and the screen of the remote control is almost useless: if you dont see your drone the camera on the remote controller won't help at all. With my experience the only thing I want right now is a drone with a stabilized camera. I prefer to pay $500 in ~5 months and have a Mavic Air than three times $100 and have problems. I've (almost) lost $200. I've paid $200 to realized I should have paid immediately $500 for a Mavic Air. If you're a bit picky like me, save some money then go for a Mavic Air. Just my 2c. Last but not least: watch the promotional video, you almost never see actual shots from the drone itself ;)

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