My Recommended Drones

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In this post, I’ve outlined some of my favorite and recommended drones for anyone. If you’re getting started, or are very experienced, there is a drone on this list for you. I’ll keep this up to date with the latest releases, and I’d love to hear your thoughts and comments in the section below.

Best Professional, Cinema Grade Drone ~$3000

DJI Inspire 2 Pro

DJI Inspire 2 DroneIf money is no object, the DJI Inspire 2 is the best drone you can buy, delivering Raw video capture at 5.2K quality, superb build quality, and top-end performance.

Best Commercial Drone ~$1200

DJI Phantom 4 Advanced

DJI Phantom 4 DroneThe latest version of DJI’s top-end consumer drone, the Phantom 4, improves on its predecessor in many ways. It’s the best consumer drone on the market, and it’s priced accordingly.

Best Portable Drone (Highly Recommended) ~$800

DJI Mavic Air

DJi Mavic Air DroneThe Mavic Air is DJI’s smallest, most portable drone, and is just as full-featured as its larger siblings. If you know you’ll be flying around a lot with your drone, this is definitely the way to go.

Best Beginner Drone ~$400

DJI Spark

DJI Spark DroneThe DJI Spark is a $400 palm-size gesture-controlled selfie drone for the masses, but it’s hampered by short flying time and an app that could be easier to use.

Best Toy Drone ~$400

Parrot Bebop Drone

Parrot Bebop DroneThe Parrot Bebop 2 FPV is an attractive, compact drone for backyard and rural pilots, but it has difficulty with long distance flight in areas with crowded Wi-Fi signals. Overall, it’s still a fun affordable drone to fly.

Best Non-DJI Drone ~$1200

Yuneec Typhoon H Pro

Yuneec Typhoon Drone

The Yuneec Typhoon H Pro with Intel RealSense Technology has enormous potential, but its flight interface and video both leave some room for improvement. Great for anyone who just doesn’t want another DJI drone.

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