Top Drones 2017 Ranked - Video Drones and Drones That Follow - A Drone is a remote-controlled flying machine like a helicopter but with 4 or more propellers/motors, typically made of plastic, aluminum and/or foam. Light weight and size could be as large as an XL pizza or as small as a coke can top. You can purchase a drone for your flying pleasure or go pro and build a complete business around it like photography, surveying, event coverage, delivery etc. You can purchase a drone already fitted with an on-board cameras that stream video directly to your iPhone or with some models you have the option to buy a camera and add to it later.
Flying a drone is like flying an RC helicopters but much easier. The smart electronic controls available these days do an amazing job compensating for the instability in the design, or the mistakes a novice pilot makes and make it a very enjoyable experience for all. That’s what’s so great about the Drone – it’s cool looking, amazing to fly, and super easy to fix. Most Done manufacturers sell parts, DIY repairs kits and even offer repair videos so even if you almost slam your drone into a brick wall it won’t be too hard to fix it up.
Top Drone Brands: DJI, Syma, UDI, Hubsan, DBPower, Air Hog, Yuneec, 3DR, Parrot, Holy Stone
Defense drones have been used by militaries around the world for over a decade.
Commercial/Civilian drones started selling in US in 2010, but have seen great market demand and commercial interest since 2012.
Drones are very affordable these days, you can purchase one for as little as $25 or even rent a high-end drone for as little as $30 in most metropolitan.
Unlike model airplane which require a take-off/landing strip or helicopters which are hard to stabilize, drones are super easy and fun to fly.
Amazon, Google, Dominos etc. have all been talking about deliveries using drones.
Drones are not only used for fun but many new businesses are based on using drone e.g. sports coverage, maps or terrain plotting, landscape photography, home sale video/pictures, wedding photography/videos, farming, entertainment, etc.
UFO enthusiasts love quad-core drones as they resemble a flying saucer.
Drone registration is required in US for all dones that weigh more than 0.55 lbs. (250 g) and less than 55 lbs. (25 kg).
If applicable, drone owners must register their drone before midnight EST, 01/20/2016.
Drone registration fee is $5 which is valid for 3 years and registration process is simple completely web-based through the FAA website https://www.faa.gov/uas/registration/
Popular Drones In The Market:
DJI Phantom 3 and Phantom 2 Series
DJI Inspire 1 & Inspire 1 PRO w/ 4K video
Yuneec Q500 4K
Parrot Rolling Spider
Hubsan X4 H107D FPV
Blade Nano QX
3D Robotics IRIS+
3D Robotics X8+
Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 Power Edition Quadricopter
QAV400 ready-to-fly version
Skeye Pico Drone
Dromida Ominus FPV
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