Our Drone Reviews, Pick & choose!
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It’s small, it’s affordable, has good image quality, and can be easily stored and transported- the DJI Mavic Mini is an all-around box ticker. Due to its ultralight weight and compactability, the Mavic Mini can fit in the palm of your hand, and does not require any registration before flight. It brings in exceptionally clear footage considering its small size, and lasts half an hour in the air. The only stipulation is that you stay attentive while flying, as there is no object avoidance or tracking capabilities.
The Parrot Bebop 2 is an all-around crowd pleasing drone, capturing good quality photos and video footage, all while being controlled by your smartphone. What truly makes it stand out from the bunch is the first-person viewer kit (FPV), using goggles to provide a unique and exciting view from above while offering a new-and-improved piloting experience.
The Parrot Anafi is Parrot’s first folding drone, and is a big step forward for a company known to specialize in starter drones. The Anafi comes head-to-head with the best of DJI’s product line, namely the Mavic Air. It offers a vast range of features including USB charging, it is easy to fly, and comes set-up with stunning 4K HDR camera quality.
In 2016 the DJI’s Mavic Pro revolutionised the perception of what was possible within the world of camera drones. Easy to store, lightweight and designed to film in beautifully crisp 4K, the Mavic Pro also comes with the ability to make cinematic videos at a safe distance due to its 4x lossless zoom, making this truly an intelligent choice for anyone looking to start their drone journey.
Fun, imaginative and in a sleek shade of black, The Mantis Q may just tempt you away from DJI’s wildly popular Mavic line. With its innovative folding arms, a 4K camera, voice/gesture recognition, long battery life and a price tag under $500, can the futuristic looking Mantis Q give DJI a run for its money?
Measuring a whopping 3.3 by 3.6 by 8.4 inches (HWD) folded and 3.3 by 9.5 by 12.7 inches with it arms extended, The Mavic 2 Pro really is the bigger, bolder, brother of the original Mavic Pro. And although heavier, comes packed with some unbelievable extra features such as its front end collision detector, that can detect an obstacle up to 66 feet away.
Taking only the very best features from the Mavic Pro and DJI’s Spark drone and consolidating them into one, the Mavic Air is a lightweight, attractive, smart drone that comes with an array of extra features including the ability to create stunning panorama shots. And although the battery life leaves something to be desired it is not hard to see why this drone will be highly sought after for many years to come.
Quiet, robust and easier to fly than the U34W Dragonfly, the The F200 does most of the hard work for you. With powerful motors and GPS; this incredible piece of ingenuity can truly achieve the perfect hover. This drone is great if you want to walk on the wild side, with the option to turn off “assists” and unguarded propellers; this drone will really test your nerve and flying ability.
The new Phantom 4 has left behind its obsolete plastic body for a high strength magnesium alloy, making it robust and easy to fly. Not only that but both the camera and gimbal design are far superior than its previous form, and are better integrated into the body. With all of these cool new changes and its new glossy white shine the Phantom 4 is arguably the next step in the evolution of drones.