If you are discovering, searching, researching or looking to buy a drone. You have come to the right place.
ProPhotoUAV’s editors have been involved in the drone industry since 2013 and know drones inside and out. If you are new to drones the technology and terminology can be daunting. The vast selection of drones can be overwhelming.
This is exactly why we created ProPhotoUAV Guides to help droners from pre-purchase to getting the most out of their new aerial multirotor. Our best drone buying guide breaks down all the top features in todays leading systems. Check out all our guides segmented into different drone types listed below.
Camera Drones and Drones With Cameras
The camera drone segment is by far the most popular. Most people are looking for a drone fitted with a camera of some sort.
There are many copters fitted with cameras and come in all sizes, functions and budgets. Our camera drone guide is suited to personal and prosumer users. Many of the systems listed in this guide would also be suitable for indie and documentary filmmaking. Like all our guides we work our way from the bottom up to the top picks. The photo drone guides are based on functionality, value, usability, and software.
Mini and Nano Drones
Advancements in technology have allowed manufactures to pack amazing features into small nano sized drones.
Mini Drones have become an emerging sector due to their ultra portable size and affordable price tag. These take it anywhere copters can be packed in a handbag and even some in your pocket. New flagship mini drones have the capability to shoot 4K video and 14mp stills. If you need portability this is the buyers guide you need to check out.
Drones for Kids and Beginners
Not all drones are suitable for kids and beginners. Kids drones need to be safe and durable where beginner drones need features to assist in the fundamental controls.
As stated in most of our guides for beginner pilots we recommend drones with position hold, altitude hold and orientation control. These functions will make any new pilots experience enjoyable. For kids drones we recommend a drone with propeller protection such as prop guards. Also a drone that is pretty durable and can take a few crash landings is a good idea. For the best systems available today check out our latest buyers guide below.
Want more guides? We have all the segments covered
There are so many different drone systems and uses as well as budgets. We have broken down our guides ever further to help you target the perfect platform to fulfill your requirements. See more of our popular guides listed below.
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