Hobby or Commercial?

You can find so many types of drone for a range of activities. But for what purpose do you need your drone?

Recreational/Hobby

The recreational use is the operation of a drone for personal interests and enjoyment. For example, using a drone to take photographs for your own personal use would be considered recreational; using the same device to take photographs or videos for compensation or sale to another individual would be considered commercial usage.

Commercial

The number of certified remote pilots is the benchmark for commercial drone industry growth. That’s because, almost uniformly around the world, regulations demand each drone operation have one pilot. If you plan to sell yourself and your drone services, you definitely need a drone for commercial reasons. These are normally more powerful, multifunctional drones

Military

Since their first use in the mid-1900s, drone have been used for photography, security, safety, and environmental applications. However, warfare is responsible for paving the way to the drone technologies we have today. Military units across the globe were among the first to recognize the benefits drones could provide to wartime strategies and began working to expand the industry.

Commercial ?

There are many sizes and styles of drones on the market. Some are toys for flying in the backyard, some are a little more advanced, and some are targeted toward the commercial community. These are the types of machines that deliver goods and carry infrared cameras for inspections. 

If you are looking for a professional drone, a machine for tasks like film making, here is a list for best Commercial Drones:

DJI Matrice 200 series

DJI Matrice 600 series

Yuneec H520

DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise

UVify IFO-S

FreeFly Alta 8

DJI AGRAS MG-1S

Parrot Disco-Pro AG

Atlas Pro

Intel Falcon 8+

Hobby ?

The majority of hobby drones, those that are used by private citizens for non-commercial purposes, are quadcopters, or drones with four propellers. They are considerably cheaper than their commercial counterparts, but lacking the sophisticated software and sensors required of their commercial counterparts.

If you are looking to take some great pictures for yourself, or make a wonderfull video in your free time, visit places and travel, maybe you will search a foldable, price friendly “toy”.

Here you can find some models for your hobby use:

 

Tomahawk Drone

818 Hornet

AA108

BlackHawk Drone

DJI Mavic Air

Holy Stone U818A HD