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Holy Stone HS 100 Quadcopter Review


Holy Stone HS 100 Quadcopter Review

Holy stone, a Chinese drone producer, has gained notoriety for delivering incredible drones for an affordable price. One of their most recent item, the Holy Stone HS 100 Quadcopter, is a drone focused on the mid-range market section given its price range price, build and features. This new drone originally hit the business sectors in the last quarter of 2017 and offers astounding overhauls over the organization’s past quadcopters. The drone has an amazing HD camera that is stabilized and inherent GPS to make the HS100 a fascinating drone notwithstanding its sensible price. In addition, this drone guarantees long flight times on account of its plentiful battery pack. The following is a top to bottom gander at the particulars of highlights of the Holy stone HS100 drone.


  •  GPS, 6-axis gyroscope and barometer sensors
  • 720P with 90° adjustable angle from the transmitter
  • 2.4Ghz transmitter with a 500-meter range
  • 2500mAh Li-Po battery with 3 to 6 hours of charge time
  • One key takeoff and landing
  • Headless mode, follow Me mode & Altitude hold
  • Emergency stop safety feature

What’s in the box?

HS100 drone and a 2.4Ghz transmitter

USB Charging cable

Landing gear

4x Propellers 

4x Propeller guards

User manual



Blade pads

4x Rubber pieces for screws

Card reader with an 8G TF card 


Design and build 

The Holy Stone HS 100 has a measurement of 19.68″ x 19.68″ x 6.8″ so it’s considered a pretty big drone. The dimensions and the build of the drone are pretty similar to the Phantom 4. With its battery inserted, the drone weighs around 700g, However, the powerful motors in the quadcopter have no problem lifting up this weight. If you decide to get this drone to make sure to register it in the FAA because every drone over the 250g limit needs to be registered. The camera is fixed underneath the drone with the LEDs under the cutting edges giving satisfactory enlightenment. Generally, the HS 100 is a professional-looking drone with a sturdy build.


The Holy Stone HS100 has an advertised flight time of 18 minutes. However, when it comes to practice the drone will have 16 minutes, flight time. The drone is powered by a 7.4V 3500mAh LiPo battery. 

The battery needs around to 3 hours to be completely charged. Therefore make sure that your batteries are always charged.  On the off chance that you actually need more time to fly the HS100, you can get an additional battery so you can multiply your flight time.


When the conditions are good, the Holy Stone HS 100 can fly to a range of 600m maximum. However, with the FPV, the full range will drop to around 350m. On the occasion you fly the drone out of reach, the return-home feature automatically activates and flies the drone to the take-off point.

To utilize the FPV feature, you have to download the Holy Stone drone app,  ( available for both iOS and Android devices). The remote controller has a minimalist design and fits easily in your hands. A couple of ergonomic handles on the controller additionally guarantees that you will not become burnt out on flying the HS100. Also, there is a cell phone holder on the controller where you can place your telephone when flying the drone on FPV.


The fundamental component of the Holy Stone HS 100 is its 2k camera, this is really an update in light of the fact that initially, it accompanied a 1080p camera. For a drone that costs under $200, it can take quite amazing videos and pictures, it has a wide-point focal point which will permit you to catch more detail in each shot you take. 

The camera has a miniature SD card opening on the back and the back where you can stock your recordings and pictures. 


The FPV feed is communicated in 720p goal which very great quality, despite the fact that on the off chance that you fly in under ideal conditions, you may encounter some obstruction. As it has no picture or video adjustment highlight, you may see some flimsiness and jello impact however since you won’t utilize this drone in any expert limit, a little bending ought not to be a lot of an issue. In general, this is a decent camera and worth its cost.

Flight features 

Holy Stone HS 100 has a bunch of cool highlights that make flying the drone a delight. The first and most important is GPS assisted flight. This feature helps both in the security and flight experience of the drone. The GPS helps to get back home, a feature that automatically kicks in at whatever point the battery limit plunges excessively low or when you go near the maximum range of the drone.

Next up is the follow me mode which is one of the most basic but useful features a drone can have. But the list goes on, the drone has an altitude hold feature as well which is another phenomenal element that empowers the drone to fly at a fixed height. 

Quick Launch can be also used with this drone. The HS 100 can take-off and land with just the press of a button. And last but not least the drone can do Headless mode as well. That feature is an element that beginners will enjoy using it. Headless mode basically permits the pilot to deal with the quadcopter without stressing over the direction that the drone is facing. 


Can you carry this one to the aeroplane/airport? 

  • It depends on your local aeroplane/airport regulations and you need to get the FAA registration for this drone.

How to register with the FAA? 

  • The FAA charges $5 for a 3-year registration number. The number is for you. You can use it on multiple drones. The number should be affixed on the drone somewhere that can be visible ‘by inspection’, I put mine on the removable battery (which is an allowable place). 

What case fits this drone? 

  • Here is the Drone Size: 50x50x17.5 cm

You could search on Amazon page to see whether there are some suitable cases for the HS100 drone. 

Will it work with an Apple 5 or 6 iPhone? 

  • Yes, it will work. Applicable System: IOS 9 and above、Android 4.0 and above. 

Can you control the camera in flight? Like can you move the camera with a controller? 

  • Yes, you can move the camera up and down. You control the left/right by spinning the drone itself. You can’t move the camera left/right, but it does pan up/down. 

Do you really need WiFi to fly the drone and capture video and photos? 

  • Yes, but it connects everywhere. 


The drone is a great deal for the money you can get it. Of course, it’s not a DJI drone, so you shouldn’t expect cinematic footage. But it’s a great device for free time usage. Therefore this drone goes well with first-time fliers who want their footage only for themselves. 

If you’re interested, you can get the drone from Amazon.

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