We are presenting you with a list of top 5 drones in the market.
1. Parrot Disco Drone
Parrot’s Disco Drone has got a single-wing design, that means there is just one propeller at the rear of the drone. Parrot’s Disco doesn’t hover, instead, it circles. With the Disco Drone, you get a headset that is called the Parrot Cockpitglasses and it lets you watch the 720p video captured by the drone’s 14-megapixel camera.
Parrot Disco is the first smart flying wing to reach 49.71 mph. With it’s aerodynamic design, streamlined look, fixed wings, light carbon and EPP body, the Disco is naturally designed to fly like a plane. The anti-stall system in Parrot Disco guarantees stability. Record long videos and save them in 32GB internal memory. The Parrot Disco drone comes with a 1080p Full HD front camera stabilized on three axes. Put your smartphone in the Parrot Cockpitglasses and feel as if you are flying.
2. GoPro Karma
GoPro’s Karma drone is compact enough to fit easily into a small backpack and light enough to wear during any activity without feeling uncomfortable. The controller of GoPro Karma is as easy as using a console gamepad and has a built-in touchscreen, so you don’t require a phone to view footage from the Karma.
GoPro Karma has a 3-axis stabilizer which can be removed from the drone and attached to an included handgrip and can be used handheld. The GoPro Karma has rotor arms that fold into the body, so they are easy to fit inside a small backpack. The GoPro Passenger app lets your friends view your flight and control your GoPro while you are flying.
3. 3DR Solo
The 3DR Solo has a black frame that visually pops out and bright light sits under each strut. It has got four landing struts, each with a gray rubber foot, just out from the body at slight angles.
The controller and app of 3DR Solo are better than a lot of other drones. The design is clean and simple. Plus, it’s easier to fly because of its more responsive remote and top-of-the-line flight modes. The 3DR Solo has an excellent remote control that makes smooth gimbal adjustment and has a number of Smart Shot modes to add some drama to your recordings. The 3DR Solo is an advanced drone with a lot of strong features.
4. Parrot Bebop 2
Bebop 2 is one of the best drones from Parrot. Bebop 2 weighs 500 grams and offers 25 minutes of autonomous flight time. The high-performance specs of Bebop 2 make sure you get to fly, film, and take amazing photographs both indoors and outdoors. Parrot’s Bebop 2 films in 1080p full HD. It clicks incredibly sharp pictures with its wide-angle 14-megapixel lens. It offers horizontal and vertical 180-degree pictures and makes sure you don’t lose on quality while doing aerial photography. You can choose RAW or DNG from the three modes for professional results.
Bebop 2 can reach up to 37 mph horizontally and 13 mph vertically without affecting image quality. It responds to movements of your smartphone or tablet via its accelerometer and the interface’s touchscreen controls.
5. Yuneec Typhoon H
The Typhoon H‘s 4K camera can rotate 360 degrees, allowing you to capture crisp video in any direction without having to rotate the drone itself. Plus, its landing struts fold up while in flight, giving you a steady view. The Typhoon has six rotors, which means the drone will work even if one rotor fails. Its large controller has a built-in 7-inch display gives live footage in HD 720p resolution. It has a wide variety of autonomous flight modes, and its battery lasted a strong 25 minutes per flight.
Typhoon H flies a circular path around you, focusing on you, and you can select a subject and Typhoon H will orbit that subject autonomously. Typhoon H will go up and out, as far as 150ft, and capture the perfect aerial selfie. Switch to Home Mode and Typhoon H will return and land within 26 feet of you. Typhoon H is the most advanced aerial photography and videography platform available in such a compact size.
These are the drones that can prove really helpful, be it for professional photography or just for fun.