Drones aimed at the beginner seem to be all the rage at the moment. No wonder when prices have dropped so much over the last few years, with more and more functionality being offered for the money. One such drone in this department is the Altair 818 Hornet Drone, an updated version to the popular
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Drones come in all shapes and sizes with price points to fit all pockets. Lucky for us all, manufacturers are scrapping it out at both ends of the price spectrum to win our favor. There are plenty of units out there for the beginner drone pilot, but also a nice array of offerings if you’re
Camera drones have become a popular “tool” for photographers and videographers as well as for other professionals who want to capture landscapes, properties, and other shots from a different perspective. High demand, ever-growing popularity, and more production has made prices quite versatile. Some camera drones are pricey, while others are more affordable. In this post,
As technology moves forward in the drone world, high-end features start to trickle down to the budget-friendly models. This means smarter and easier to control units are popping up all the time. It’s really quite remarkable. Today, you can buy a budget level drone which features loads of automatic flight modes, decent quality camera, and
The Yuneec Typhoon H Plus is a professional level drone, with a unique design setting it apart from other pro-level drones. The Yuneec Typhoon H Plus was launched as an upgrade to the Typhoon H as their ‘most powerful consumer product’ yet. We will look at the Yuneec Typhoon H Plus as not only an
There are plenty of drones on the market these days that can take stills and video to a high-quality. However, if your needs are more specific or you want to shoot with an instant camera, then you may have to resort to a self build. This approach clearly has its plus and negative points, but
California-based PowerVision have produced with the PowerEye a professional level drone which is not just capable of great footage, but can also carry a payload and comes with tons of features. Capturing quality stills and video is a pre-requisite from drones these days. Not just rocksteady footage, but also plenty of manual control over how
Firstly, the keywords with the Skydio r1 Drone are ‘Consumer’ and ‘Fully Autonomous.’ Being aimed at the consumer market usually means a budget version, but in this case the term refers more to more general use than anything else as the unit still has plenty of software and hardware trickery. ‘Fully Autonomous’ means that the
The DJI Phantom 4 is a true “everyman” drone. Or at least it is an apt option for “every man” that is willing to pay DJI’s consistently steep prices. The price of this unit may be restrictive but the performance certainly is not. It handles well enough for pilots of every skill level to enjoy.
The DJI Phantom 4 Advanced drone is a no joke product with a no joke price tag. This isn’t for messing around with your friends on a hike. This is for taking quality photos and videos, and for enjoying a sophisticated survey of the world from the sky above. It is quick, it has a
The DJI Phantom 3 Pro provides buyers with the unique opportunity to get high-end technology at a fairly moderate price. This drone has received a sequel since it first debuted, but still stands tall against many of the other products that currently occupy the market. The relatively reduced price tag may mean that the Phantom
The Parrot AR Drone is now an old-ish design, being first launched in 2012, but it was one of the first drones that didn’t feel like you needed a pilots license to fly and could produce some decent videos and stills. The benefit of an older design means cheaper current prices and, as long as
In this day and age, technology is constantly evolving before our eyes. Companies are not only competing against each other but seeing how to renovate and improve their latest items. From what it looks like, tiny and portable seems to be the goal for most items being released which catches the attention for many consumers.
It never ceases to amaze me how far drone technology has come on in recent years. I started looking into the technology back in 2008 when it was just a basic brain and you had to strap on your own lightweight camera. The biggest issues back then were camera vibrations, stabilization and seemingly needing years