This is a pretty cool green machine that has some great features for the price, such as altitude hold and Gravity Sensor mode. One Key return home function is a great feature for those who are worried about losing the drone, and allows it to return home with the simple click of a button.

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This model, the U818A, boasts altitude-hold and a first-person-view (FPV) screen, so you can see exactly what the HD camera of your drone sees…in real time. Great practice for those of you looking to get into FPV racing.

Drones are generally built for recreational purposes, but they’re also used for professional aerial photography and videography, to carry cargo, to inspect bridges and flare stacks and industrial chimney towers, to track wildlife, and in a number of other budding, drone-related fields.

Ahh… Selfies… I really hated them back in the day when they first became popular. Truth be told, that’s mostly because all those “popular” chicks became so obsessed with them that it simply killed all the selfie fun for me.

Mini drones have become quite popular in recent years, and SELFLY is a very simple one, so the technological challenge isn’t high. Since it uses existing technology in order to enable a new kind of mini drone use, compacting it into a phone case is possible to implement – we’ve done it!

However, as with any newly manufactured product, it is possible for unexpected events to impact the actual production timeline. On the positive side, it is possible that we deliver them earlier than expected, but we cannot rule out the possibility of a delay. Additionally, we would like to mention that there will be a finalized and improved design that may differ from the current design shown on the photos.

The biggest con would have to be some of the recent firmware updates that tend to make it a tad unreliable. We know this from reading reviews, and we suggest you do some quick research before making a decision to update the firmware.

Compatible with VR goggles, this is another FPV flyer. Offering up remote control or control by smartphone, the DBPower UDI U818A is a little less capable than the U842, but offers a smoother flight for better aerial footage. The live video stream works up to 100 feet away and can be viewed on your smartphone, just place your phone in the holder on the remote control for easy usage.

Altair AA108 is a fairly new drone that promises lot of things to beginners and first-time flyers. This miniature best starter drone is pretty safe to fly thanks to its prop guards and uniformed design that seems to be rather crash resistant. Needless to say, these traits make it an excellent starting drone… but can its performance justify the price tag? Let’s find out!

On top of all that, there are also great futures to play around with. In addition to the standard ActiveTrack and TapFly, the Spark is equipped with a special feature called PalmControl which lets you control it with your bare hands. How’s that for an innovation, eh?! There is also another one called PalmLaunch which works in a similar way to PalmControl but instead of controlling you get to launch it from your hand.