The Right Drone For You, The Best Drone Of 2018 For Starters

Ronald Balondo
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With so many selections out there, how would consumers know the best drone that suits their needs? Our team in 73Buzz compiles all the details that can help you settle with the right drone for starters.

Professional drone operators or a hobbyist, budget, and performance. These are the things we consider on pinpointing what drone will fit your needs.

The definition of great drones a few years ago features a high-quality video stabilization with a high-quality video resolution. Fast Forward to the current time, almost all the drones out there features 4k HDR video quality with a groundbreaking video stabilization ready after you pull out the unit from the box.

Drone makers like DJI and Parrot hold the top spot in the current market today. The collection of flying machines from these companies features a blend of great performance and efficiency.

Here are the stats for some of the best drones available today.

DJI Mavic Air

A compact body in a lightweight frame (430g) with foldable legs that can fit in any compartment, and even in your pocket (168x83x49mm when folded and 168x184x64mm when unfolded). Mavic Air sports a 4K camera that can shoot 60 frames per second and can stay up on the air for up to 20 minutes thanks to 2375 mAh battery capacity. DJI’s Fly More Bundle lets you get three extra battery packs for that needed air time.

Mavic Air’s compact design lets you do advance flying and shooting techniques because of its maneuverability. The drone’s software also gives the user an ability to track down an object and flying around it on a pre-set path.

The biggest reason for the success of this line is the price availability. It goes as one of the most affordable drones that produce quality images and videos. Recommended for hobbyists and new drone enthusiasts that comes at $799.

DJI Mavic Pro

Another foldable drone from DJI that provides more punch than its counterpart. With a dimension of 198x83x83mm when folded, it is slightly larger than Mavic Air. The gimbal is mounted with a 12.7 MP camera that helps capture quality photos and videos.

The Mavic Pro can go up to 65 kph given the right setting and the appropriate surroundings. Also, it can fly up to 27 minutes in the air thanks to its LiPo 3S 3830 mAh. DJI priced this drone at $999.

DJI Spark

A mini-drone from DJI that has all the company’s technology. It features a dimension of 143x143x55 mm and weighs at 300 grams. Can reach speeds up to 50 kph and can stay up in the air up to 16 minutes thanks to its 2970 mAh battery capacity.

DJI Spark has a light body which means it is easy to carry around but usually affected by gusts of winds. The drone is also known for its gesture controls that provides a good amount of fun which is good for hobbyists.

Parrot Bebop 2

The drone weighs at 500g that sports a 14MP camera that features a fish-eyed lens and can stay up in the air for 25 minutes thanks to its 2700 mAh battery. It is known as one of the best mid-range drones that give a good flexibility to the consumer’s’ budget and packs a strong performance for its tier and priced at the very friendly price of $399 good for new drone operators.

Which drone do you prefer? Let us know by writing in the comment section below.

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