On paper, all Hubsan drones look extremely good, but you find how many issues they have when you actually fly them. For example, my Zino Mini Pro crashed after just 2 hours due to a sudden USB disconnection. To be honest, my biggest frustration was not that the drone crashed but that Hubsan refused to admit that it was about a hardware failure. They concluded that it was about some kind of interference with the sun, stars or rabbits in the woods :)). I hope that this news Hubsan ACE SE will have fewer bugs than its predecessors.
The Hubsan ACE SE follows the Mavic Air’s collapsible design with a wheelbase of 246mm. With folded arms measure about 119x175x73mm and weigh 543 grams. Its powerful brushless motors promise level-8 wind resistance.
Its 4K 3-axis gimbal camera has a 1/2.6″ CMOS image sensor that allows capturing 4K videos with 30fps or 1080P with up to 60fps. The video bitrate is between 64-100Mbps.
The third-generation Syncleas 1080P video transmission allows a range of 10KM with up to 20Mbps. According to the technical specs, the 3cell 3800mAh allows about 35 minutes flight time and 33 minutes hovering time.
Thanks to the fail-safe return to home function (RTH), the Hubsan ACE SE drone will automatically return to the take-off point in case of RC signal loss or low flight battery voltage. RTH can be triggered manually as well.
Hubsan ACE SE features and specs
- Mavic Air like folding design;
- Triple-satellite positioning (GPS, Glonass, and Beidou);
- 4K@30FPS camera with 1/2.6″ CMOS image sensor;
- 64-100Mbps max video bitrate;
- Syncleas 3 digital 1080P wireless image transmission system;
- Third-generation visual tracking system (ATVT 3.0);
- Three flight speed rates (Movie, Normal, and Sport);
- Failsafe RTH (Low battery or RC signal loss);
- Lots of intelligent flight modes (Comet, Orbit, Circle, Waypoint, and Line Fly);
- About 35 minutes of battery life;
- Up to 10KM control and FPV range.