At the beginning of article, we mentioned usability as one of the necessary features of selfie drones. And the Yuneec Breeze delivers on that promise. If you’re not an experienced flier, you can just tap a button on the app, and the Breeze will come back to where it took off from and land automatically. No stressing about crash-landing the quadcopter.
The low cost and tiny size of this quad will probably result in a fairly short lifespan of its motors. If you want to fly it long after you’ve perfected your skills, well… you can always buy new motors.
The camera snaps photos, of course, with a burst mode to make sure you “trap” the perfect picture. Video is grabbed at 1080p/30fps. Zerotech told me the camera is similar to that found in phones like the Xioami Mi 4. The idea being, a mobile-style shooter takes better personal photos — no fisheye, or wide angle weirdness. The similarities with a phone don’t end there, as there’s also a Snapdragon 801 processor running the show. Those brains aren’t powering apps, though, instead it’s put to use to drive the smart features, of which there are a few. Maybe too many?
Now that you know everything there is to know about camera resolutions, it is time to take a look at the actual cameras. More precisely, a closer look at their sensors and the main 2 types that are available on the market. CMOS and CCD are their names, and today we are going to tell you more about them. Before going into details, I just want to let you in on a secret – CMOS technology is much newer, but it doesn’t mean it’s better than the good old CCD. For once, it is cheaper to mass product, but has several key differences (or should I say, limitations?) when compared to CCD. Let’s check them out and see what are the key differences.
Finally, I should also mention Karma Grip, a nice little addition which will transform your aerial photography platform into a handheld or body-mounted one. It keeps the same image stabilization capability but adds an extra capturing method which is a great solution for outdoor activities.
A great feature is that you can take it out of the case and start flying straight away using hand gestures. Once it takes off, you point your palm at it and then move in any direction, the drone will follow.
Aton by Traxxas is one of those under-appreciated models which can, with the inclusion of a solid action camera, turn into an incredibly powerful hybrid model. Let’s take a closer look at it to see what exactly can it offer!
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De naam doet het al vermoeden: de Intelligent Flight Battery is behoorlijk pienter. Niet alleen zorgt hij met zijn capaciteit van 1480 mAh voor een vluchtduur van 16 minuten, ook dragen de 12 intelligente beschermfuncties bij aan een veilige vlucht.
We specify whether the beginner drone in our guide needs to be registered. Registration is cheap at just $5 and it takes just a couple of minutes to complete. Don’t let drone registration requirements turn you off. The process couldn’t be simpler.
Like we said above, GDU Byrd Premium 1.0 is much more than a simple new selfie drone… but if you are eager to capture awesome selfies with it, you’re up for a fun time. Obviously, GDU Byrd Premium 1.0 doesn’t have a dedicated Selfie mode, but even without it, I am sure you won’t have any difficulties. That’s mostly thanks to the outstanding 3-axis gimbal combined with a GoPro Hero 4 camera.
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Top speed isn’t far off either, clocking in at roughly 35km/h. FOr such a small drone, this is more than a welcome addition. However, if you are looking for something with extreme speed on its side, then take a closer look at AirDog ADII which is listed as the honorable mention.
Sadly (for potentially-amused bystanders) this doesn’t involve sprinting along the road in terror as a whirring hunk of metal zips towards your head like a modern, budget remake of North by Northwest.
Well, technically – yes! Altitude hold will provide you with that extra bit of stability and allow your drone to hover at a constant altitude without the need for manually adjusting the throttle. Furthemore, this will allow you, as the user, to adjust all settings and enable the functionalities/features you want. Lastly, you will be able to get that perfect pose and snap the best dronie (aerial selfie taken with a drone) you can imagine!
We get a lot of comments here at Dronethusiast of people who are looking for drones for beginners. Before you upgrade to a professional level drone that captures amazing footage and performs professional maneuvers, it can be a good idea to practice with one of these cheap beginner drones that did not cost you nearly as much.
There’s a bit of a blank space left in terms of features of this drone with video camera. Considering the possibilities with that cool 1080p action camera I was really expecting at least GPS and altitude hold. However, Force1 F100 decided to lower the price tag and only include one key flip button and adjustable flying speed. The overall stability is good though, so the lack of altitude hold is not that big of a downside after all…