The Hobbyking H4 Copter offers the ideal aerial video platform thanks to its innovative design. Traditional quadcopters tend to obstruct the view of cameras with the frame arms. The H4 eliminates this problem by positioning the arms perpendicular to the main frame in an "H" shape. This offers maximum field of view for your camera.
The H4 is constructed from lightweight yet rigid glass fiber and aluminium. It features raised mounting plates great for electronics placement, as well as alloy landing skids giving the frame adequate ground clearance. The glass fiber motor mounts will accomodate a wide range of motor sizes (16~25mm motor mount bolt holes). The arms of this model conveniently fold in to the sides, a great feature for transport and storage.
We offer a full line of multi-rotor electronics such as multi-rotor control board, ESC, motors and more, so it has never been easier or more affordable to get a quad in the air!
All necessary hardware is included, just add your own electronics.
Specs: Weight: 453g (frame only) Width: 470mm (motor shaft center to motor shaft center) Height: 116mm Ground clearance: 72mm (bottom of frame) Motor Bolt Holes: 16~25mm
Required: Your own 4 channel transmitter and receiver Multi-Rotor control board 18~35A brushlessESC x 4 3S 2200~3000mAh lipoly battery 28-XX/35-XX brushless motor x 4 10~12 inch propeller (2CW & 2CCW rotation)
Well I just got it out yesterday, and on a landing, one of the props touched the ground, and BOOM the motor mount snapped like nothing! Looks like I will be ordering the aluminum ones from E TECH TODD!
sturdy frame...loose the awful motor mounts tho, mount directly to the arm
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I picked this up from the warehouse last week. Overall very good quality. The only negatives are that the main body tubes do not give you enough space to use the mounting holes for a standard flight control board like the KK2 or Multiwii, as well as using the motor mounts caused bad vibrations.
To overcome these things, I had to dremel out the main body tubes to be able to use the flight control mouting holes and not use the stock motor mounts and attach the motors directly to the arms.
Overall it's a pretty nice frame...a little on the heavy side though.
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I love this frame. I do think it needs some minor tweeks in the overall design
but it flys super stable