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Oct 19, 2018, 07:11 AM
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Hubsan F22 brushless with GPS


Interesting new Hubsan F22 ... brushless motor ... with GPS ... and with a camera ... and optional monitor

Of course it looks a lot like the Macfree F - 22 *edit: but it's actually a bit bigger (Macfree F22: Wingspan: 222mm
Length: 312mm)





https://www.gearbest.com/rc-airplane...63#goodsDetail

https://www.banggood.com/Hubsan-F22-...r_warehouse=CN



Overview:
Hubsan F22 is equipped with powerful brushless electric motors and a 720P camera. On board is a 480mAh LiPo battery. All this provides an easy and stable flight for 8-10 minutes. The remote control operates at a frequency of 2.4 GHz with a radius of up to 300 meters. If the model has flown farther than 300 meters and has lost control, then a smart control system with GPS navigation will return the plane back to the take-off point.

Specifications of F22:
Material: EPO
Wingspan: 310.8mm
Length: 438.2mm
Motor: brushless
ESC: 16A
Flying speed: 40 km/h
Flight time: 8 minutes
Battery: 7.6V 480mAh LiPo
Charging time: 100 minutes
Operating temperature: 0 - 40 Deg.C
Functions: GPS, altitude hold, one-key return home, one-key takeoff / landing

Specifications of HT015B:
Band: 2.4G
Channel: 4
Control range: 100m
Required battery: 4 x AAA batteries (not included)

Specifications of camera:
Photo mode: single shot
Video mode: 720P (1280 x 720)
Wide angle: 120 degree
Video transfer speed: 60Mbps
Photo format: JPEG, 16/9
Video format: AVI, 16/9
FPV type: digital

Features:
2.4G 4CH RC Fighter Jet, ready to fly version
Built-in 7.6V 480 mAh LiPo battery and 720P FPV camera

Specifications of Camera:
Photo Mode: Single shot
Video Mode: 720P (1280 x 720)
Wide Angle: 120°
Video Transfer Speed: 60 Mbps
Photo Format: JPEG, 16:9
Video Format: AVI, 16:9
FPV Type: Digital
Supported Memory Card Format: Micro SD ™ 16 GB. Class 10 or UHS-1

Specifications of HS001 Display:
Item Name: HS001
Video Transmission: 5.8 GHz
Size: 4.3"
Resolution: 640*480P

Specification

Dimensions and Weight
Package size: 44.50 x 32.90 x 13.20 cm / 17.52 x 12.95 x 5.2 inches
Package weight: 1.5400 kg
Product size: 43.82 x 31.08 x 7.50 cm / 17.25 x 12.24 x 2.95 inches
Product weight: 0.1000 kg

Package Contents
Package Contents: 1 x Aircraft ( with battery ), 1 x Remote Control ( without battery )

*edit: picture of the whole 'HIGHER' set:

Last edited by Pixelpeter; Oct 20, 2018 at 11:58 AM.
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Oct 20, 2018, 02:45 AM
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Nice!

But why use a built in battery on a plane like this???

Features:
2.4G 4CH RC Fighter Jet, ready to fly version
Built-in 7.6V 480 mAh LiPo battery and 720P FPV camera

Flying time 8 min, charging time 100 min...

Hope the text in both BG and GB is wrong...


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Oct 20, 2018, 03:23 AM
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Kinda doubt the battery is actually build in; you see that mentioned more with more aircraft nowadays since shipment of seperate lipos is getting difficult. Guess we'll see when people get their hands on these.

BTW: was surprised that the Macfree F22 is still available here and there and hasn't really dropped in price. This Hubsan F22 is about the same price (or a bit more expensive) but adds a camera and GPS to the equation.
Oct 20, 2018, 04:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Pixelpeter
Kinda doubt the battery is actually build in; you see that mentioned more with more aircraft nowadays since shipment of seperate lipos is getting difficult.
Build in battery is a stupid idea and make the plane useless.
It make also no difference if you ship the battery in a plane or without a plane.
It's also not necessary because everyone have batteries or can buy it in a local shop.
And the own batteries are mostly cheaper and/or better than they from the plane manufacturer.
Oct 20, 2018, 07:22 AM
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Originally Posted by microheli
Build in battery is a stupid idea and make the plane useless.
It make also no difference if you ship the battery in a plane or without a plane.
It's also not necessary because everyone have batteries or can buy it in a local shop.
And the own batteries are mostly cheaper and/or better than they from the plane manufacturer.
I accept built in batteries in toys, like the x-Twins they are so cheap ( the last ones I got was 18$ each) that you can buy a couple of them and go flying with all of them charged.
I usually bring about 4 and fly one, then charge it while I fly the other ones.

But I really like the C-17 "DIY RTF" and its exchangable battery, just need to buy a couple more batteries…


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Oct 20, 2018, 11:50 AM
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Looks like they've changed the description on Banggood:

Standard Version Included:
1x Hubsan F22 Aircraft
1x HT015B Remote Control
1x Battery
1x USB Charger

High Version Included:
1x Hubsan F22 Aircraft
1x HT015B Remote Control
1x HS001 Display
1x Battery
1x USB Charger

The battery is mentioned separately now, as I expected how it would be
Oct 20, 2018, 11:58 AM
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BG site still says:


Features:
2.4G 4CH RC Fighter Jet, ready to fly version.
Built-in 7.6V 480 mAh Li-Po battery and 720P FPV camera.
Two versions optional: Standard version and high version.


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Oct 25, 2018, 08:41 AM
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Originally Posted by microheli
Build in battery is a stupid idea and make the plane useless.
It make also no difference if you ship the battery in a plane or without a plane.
It's also not necessary because everyone have batteries or can buy it in a local shop.
And the own batteries are mostly cheaper and/or better than they from the plane manufacturer.
https://fccid.io/2AN75-F22RX/Interna...photos-4042544
Oct 25, 2018, 08:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Paradox Pete
Guess its not built in then!

Tommy
Oct 25, 2018, 05:23 PM
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Told you
Oct 28, 2018, 02:07 PM
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It's strange that on the Hubsan website I can't even find this plane listed. The only plane they list is the Spy Hawk.
I couldn't find a manual, no frequencies listed for the video transmitter, does it have a gyro?
Seems to be sparse on details which is too bad.
It may be a good plane but I would need those details before buying.
If anyone knows please post.
Happy Flying!
Nov 16, 2018, 06:36 AM
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Official promo video for the Hubsan F22; not providing any more real info at all:

HUBSAN F22 Everyone has a flight dream (1 min 51 sec)
Nov 16, 2018, 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Pixelpeter
Official promo video for the Hubsan F22; not providing any more real info at all:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTZG17zHQ94
WOW!
Thats the worst promotion video ever!!!
Suxx big-time, and why would anyone want to buy a plane that flys in space??? You will not see it from your field!!!

Kidding, but still a stupid video...


Tommy
Nov 17, 2018, 02:12 PM
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It does come with a replaceable 2S 480mah battery with white Losi connector. I've received this for review, but am having problems with it. Although it's 6 axis gyro/accelerometer stabilized with GPS, it does not maintain altitude, or want to climb or descend with throttle. To keep it in the air, I have to give it gradually increasing elevator input. Eventually it will belly in at max elevator. I did calibrate its gyros and GPS compass before its flights, but it doesn't seem to help. I'll be asking my sponsor and Hubsan if they have any input to correct this problem.

And here's the best of the China promotional videos that beats the above
China Toy Quadcopter Ad (Translated Version) (1 min 36 sec)
Nov 19, 2018, 11:53 AM
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Originally Posted by t00nz843z
It does come with a replaceable 2S 480mah battery with white Losi connector. I've received this for review, but am having problems with it. Although it's 6 axis gyro/accelerometer stabilized with GPS, it does not maintain altitude, or want to climb or descend with throttle. To keep it in the air, I have to give it gradually increasing elevator input. Eventually it will belly in at max elevator. I did calibrate its gyros and GPS compass before its flights, but it doesn't seem to help. I'll be asking my sponsor and Hubsan if they have any input to correct this problem.

And here's the best of the China promotional videos that beats the above
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvpYz46HaQA
Yup! You win!


Tommy


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