İsrailli bir diş doktoru olan ve esas tutkusunun dişler değil de ilginç cihazlar yaratmak olduğunu keşfeden Hagay Klein tarafından geliştirilen Selfly; 9 mm inceliğinde bir akıllı telefon kılıfı ama kendi kendine uçabilmek, uçarken de fotoğraf çekmek gibi bir özelliği var. Üstelik bunu bir dron’dan bekleneceği üzere karmaşık bir biçimde değil; herkesin kolayca becerebileceği bir şekilde yapıyor. Kolaylığı, hafifliği ve ekonomikliğiyle de hem dron dünyasına, hem de selfie teknolojileri alanına yepyeni bir soluk getiriyor.

Even though DJI Spark brings forth an admirable set of features nicely poised with great battery duration and compact form factor… it is just too damn expensive. MJX Bugs 2W offers a lot of the same but at just a fraction of the price. It even has superior flight time and range (although this is kind of debatable). that said, it definitely means business. As a matter of fact, I’ll go out on a limb here an say MJX Bugs 2W is the second best 1080p drone with video camera available on the market… right after the glorious Parrot Bebop 2.

Çünkü uçan telefon PhoneDrone Ethos ile tıpkı bir fotoğraf makinesi kullanır gibi rahat çekim yapabilecekler. Kamera açısı sınırlaması diye bir şey yok. Bu detayı düşünen geliştiriciler drona kamera aynası takmışlar. Böylece kameranın bakmadığı yerleri de ayna görüntüsüne bakıp çekebiliyorsunuz. Üstelik dronun havada açısını ayarlayarak eğimli çekimler yapabiliyorsunuz.

For those of who want a entry level drone that can lead you all the way from your first steps into drone piloting to semi-professional aerial photography, there are no better options than the outstanding MJX Bugs 3.

Çevirme noktasında trafik ihlali yapan araçları durduran ekipler, kamera kayıtlarına yansıyan hataları sürücülere bildirip cezai işlem uyguluyor. Sürücülere özellikle emniyet kemeri kullanmaları, alkollü, yorgun ve uykusuzken araç kullanmamaları yönünde uyarılarda bulunan ekipler, ışık ihlallerinin de trafik kazalarında büyük kayıplara neden olduğunu anlattı. 

I’d been hmming and hawing for months about getting a new drone. Well, I finally broke down and spent the money on something that I really wanted. I didn’t just impulse buy, this was something I put some research into. And man am I glad I took the plunge! The XHD is frickin awesome! It excels in every way possible. Killer range, long lasting battery, able to pull some crazy angles. Headless mode is a great touch too. Just excellent.

While Wizard have magicked up a strong shell to protect the motor from damage, you should still err on the side of caution when initially learning to fly. Reviewers commend its ability to take a knock, which should make it a great racing drone as well as one for viewing some quality aerial footage through FPV goggles (extra, but needed). The bright LED lights at the end of each arm can guide you in limited visibility.

Even in moderate winds, the Syma X5C held up really well during my test flights. This exclusive package comes with an extra battery, effectively doubling your flight time. You’re also getting extra propellers as well.

But even with all those annoyances, hooking yourself in and seeing the world from the sky above is a thrill that no mediocre camera tech can fully drag down. All the nice things we said about the standard Nano QX above still apply here, so the quad is still approachable and surprisingly nimble at the same time. Its video feed rarely stutters or lags. And if the included goggles bother you too much, you can always grab a higher-res pair to replace them. Practice without the headset first, but for an instantly ready leap into FPV flying, this is a good get.

That special accessory I announced above is called Karma Grip. It effectively breaks the boundaries between aerial and handheld photography by providing its users with a versatile imaging stabilization. Karma Grip is basically a handheld/body-mounted stabilizer which transforms your aerial platform package into a handheld one. It’s as simple as detaching the camera (GoPro Hero 5 or GoPro Hero 6) and attaching it to the Karma Grip.

Being on the lookout for the cheapest drone possible is not necessarily the worst thing you can do as a drone enthusiast: as long as you keep your expectations just a bit low, you may come out alright and have something to fly around that you’ll enjoy. The key is to go slow when you first get one out of the box, and not to let it be a speed race; if you are testing cheap drones over and over to see how they will handle crashes, you may not get your wish of having a long-lasting possession!

The cheap mini drones often come without a camera, and at the price you really dont have much to worry about, but can focus on learning. The flight time is usually less than 10 minutes. They usually dont have any special functions.