Drones are the latest “it” gadget and everyone is ga-ga over them. With the introduction of drones into the market, videography and photography has become much easier.
Where earlier one would require a chopper to take bird’s eye view shots, now the same can easily be done with the help of a drone. But one of the reasons why many people still stay away from drones is the fact that they’re quite expensive.
However, in recent times, a lot of affordable yet good quality drones have emerged which give you great service at a low price. We’ve created a full list of them so that you can choose a drone for yourself without having to empty your account.
The first pick on this list is the Eachine E58, which is one of the best drones in the market, and not just in the affordable category. It’s also the best Mavic pro clone in our opinion. In case you didn’t know, the DJI Mavic Pro is an amazing drone which is sadly on the expensive side. However, the Eachine E58 is such that you’ll hardly feel the difference. It’s a light and weightless drone but at the same time, it packs quite a punch with its features. It comes with a 720p camera with a 120-degree visual field. You also have the option of manually turning the camera from 0 to 90 degrees. The E58 also has a really efficient but safe battery which prevents overcharging, thus reducing any risks. In terms of looks and performance both, the Eachine E58 stands out and that is why we highly recommend it.
Holy Stone HS100
Our second pick is the HS100 by Holy Stone, which is another excellent yet affordable drone. It is a GPS-equipped drone, which means you can carry it even to a place you don’t know and not worry about it getting lost. It even has one key return. Other than that, the Holy Stone HS100 comes with a 720p camera so, for all the amateur photographers who want to delve into the world, this is a great feature. The battery on this thing is average, and the power lasts for 15 minutes. So if you’re a beginner or using it for fun, this shouldn’t be a problem. However, one problem here is that it takes quite a while to get charged. So, you need to be careful about how you use the battery. In conclusion, we say that the Holy Stone HS100 is a great mid-range drone which offers good basic functions
If you need something small yet power-packed, we highly suggest the DJI Tello. Even though DJI is known for its high-priced models, it does have affordable models to choose from. One of the best features of this drone is its auto take-off and landing. It also has a vision positioning system that makes it excellent for beginners and for those who aren’t very well-versed with the mechanics and technicality of drones yet. But that’s hardly all. The DJI Tell has a 720p camera that can take great pictures for you from up-above. Even though the flight time is an industry average of 13 minutes, it continues to give good performance even as the battery drains low. The DJI Tello is compatible with headsets as well, so you can take the experience a step further if you want to. With so many features but a low price, the DJI Tello is highly recommended by us.
Fairly new to the market, the Snaptain A15 is gaining a lot of popularity. Why? you ask. Well, it’s a low priced yet extremely efficient drone that will give you excellent service. One of the most unique features of the Snaptain A15 which you surely won’t find anywhere else is its voice command feature. So if you’re a beginner who hasn’t gotten used to the controls yet, or you just want to try out something new, the Snaptain A15 will be great for you. You can also control the drone with your phone, something that isn’t a very common feature. But it isn’t just bells and whistles. It also has great basic features as well. The drone has a 720p camera, and it can deliver all the images and videos to your devices easily. The battery life of 16 minutes is quite average, but it is alright and isn’t a bad deal. All in all, the Snaptain A15 offers great all-round features at a low price, which is why we urge you to try it out.
We have another great drone here by DJI, which is the DJI Spark. Now, it’s perhaps the smallest drone on this entire list but just because it’s small doesn’t mean it is any lesser than its bigger counterparts. If you’re a beginner with no pre-existing experience with drones, the DJI Spark will be great for you. It can easily be controlled through your smartphone, however, if you want to, you can buy your controller separately. The DJI Spark also has gesture controls, so you can relive your magician dreams to the fullest. Since it’s such a small drone, it’s lightweight and portable. You can carry it around with ease. Even though it doesn’t have bountiful features as the other larger drones, the DJI Spark still has a lot of things going for it at an affordable price.
Parrot Mambo FPV
The last pick on our list is the Parrot Mambo, which has features just as interesting and unique as its name. It’s a great drone for beginners as well as experienced fliers, as it has a step-by-step functioning which makes the flight process much simpler. It comes with an FPV camera, which is removable as well. So you can adjust it to suit your needs however you want. You can control the Parrot Mambo either through your phone or with the help of a supplies controller. This duality makes using it much easier as you don’t have to worry if you happen to leave the controller at home. This drone is also lightweight, which makes it easy to carry around. It has a flight range of 100m, which isn’t extraordinary but isn’t bad either. In conclusion, the Parrot Mambo FPV is a pretty good option for those looking for a small yet efficient drone.
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