• One Touch Takeoff and Landing: the drone automatically hovers at a set altitude after take off and before landing, making it easy to control and maneuver, and helps with the issue of a potentially lost drone

Now it is back to you, what did you think? Do you agree with my recommendations or did we miss a great drone that we shouldn’t? Please tell us in the comments below and do not forget to share this article on social media.

The Syma X11C Quadcopter is one of the most affordable quadcopter options a beginner UAV pilot has. With its 6-axis gyro direction stabilizer flight control system, 3D lock to help for more precise flying, and blade protector to help with minor crashes, this is a great inexpensive quadcopter for beginners.

XIRO Xplorer Mini runs on a 1650mAh LiPo battery which can provide approximately 15 minutes of flight time. Considering the average flight time with mid to high tier selfie drones is 10 minutes, It’s safe to say XIRO Xplorer is above average in this department. However, the operating range doesn’t share the same trait and falls on the standard 100 meters. Despite that, XIRO Xplorer Mini is still worth every penny!

Altitude Hold, One Touch Takeoff and Landing, and even Headless Mode are many of the flight features you can expect from this drone. No doubt, this one is action packed in all of the best ways an inexpensive drone could be.

You might ask yourself – but why should I buy an $800 drone as my first one? Well, despite its awfully high price, you will get a top-quality tech gadget that is actually ridiculously easy to control. Why is that so? Well, when compared to some of the cheaper drones (some of which have been actually featured in this list), the Q500 showed off incredible responsiveness and superior flying assistance, making it by far the most beginner-friendly drone on the market.

Actually, that’s a little unfair on Lily, which is an interesting spin on the drone formula. Its schtick is that owners will be able to throw it in the air then go about their business, while the device follows them shooting high-definition video and photographs.

The best thing about the Nano QX is that it flies much like a higher-grade quadcopter. It’s faster and easier to swoop around than most sub-$100 models, and its Xbox-style controller allows you to make surprisingly precise climbs, turns, and flips. There’s a level of accessible-yet-technical control here that’s just hard to find in this price range. When you’re first starting out, it has a stability mode that consistently keeps the quad upright, and also makes it hover if it senses you’ve let go of the remote. All the while it’s remarkably painless set up and get in the air.

Wi-Fi Camera: The live video will be shown on your phone by WIFI, the pictures and video store in your phone, so it`s easy to share them with your friend. Camera Pixels: 2MP Video Resolution: 720P. Headless Mode: In this mode, the drone flies to any direction you want even though you do not know its orientation. G-sensor Control: the G-sensor mode enables the small Quadcopter to follow the way you move your Smartphone. Mobile Control: Control the drone with a smart phone in the App to activate multiple functions. This drone has no remote controller and it just can be use with your phone by connecting Wi-Fi. Functions: 3D rollover,Camera,Forward/backward,FPV,Gravity Sense Control, Headless Mode, One Key Taking Off, Sideward flight, Turn left/right, Up/down, Wi-Fi Connection, With light. Aerial Show: It is capable of carrying out 360-degree rotations towards various directions with amazing agility. HD CAMERA: Allows recording higher quality video or taking clearer images. Capture your friends and family from aerial view shots and see the world from a new angle.

If you are living in the USA, you might hear the term no-fly zones related to UAV flights. These zones are closely related to public places of interest, government buildings, stadiums, airport and other similar infrastructures above which flying drones could pose a threat.

We’ve spent countless hours reading, watching videos, and talking with people about UAV units, from simple indoor quadcopters that cost $40 to more advanced octocopters that, when coupled with accessories like stabilization gimbals and wireless aerial imaging monitors, cost upwards of $10,000.

So…, I’m guessing this is the new and improved Lily Drone? Or how about the recently announced Selfly, the one that attaches to a smart phone when not in use? Seems like a plethora of these little gnats may be buzzing around very soon. Not a bad idea, but all the more bad for photographers trying to run a photography business in the future.

Una de las novedades que incluye el Syma X5UC es el sistema de mantenimiento de altura. Con el sistema de mantenimiento de altura el drone permanecerá estable a la altura que lo dejemos una vez que soltemos la palanca del acelerador del mando radio control. Gracias al sistema de mantenimiento de altura el Syma X5UC  puede realizar vídeos y fotografías de mayor calidad con su cámara HD de 2 mp con el que va equipado. Los vídeos y fotografías se almacenan en una tarjeta SD insertada en la cámara del drone. El Syma X5UC también cuenta con sistemas de aterrizaje y despegue automático. El Syma X5UC es desde luego una de las mejores opciones para empezar a volar por sus grandes prestaciones y su precio ajustado.

This is a very cool drone under $100 that is equipped with an HD camera, and does a great job of being wind resistant for a drone in this price point. We always like to see drones in the inexpensive category be able to hand launch in the air, and this is that is deemed definitely pretty easy to fly.

As some of you already figured out by now, these new selfie drones all kind of look similar to each other… and nothing different can be said about Zerotech Dobby either. It’s a flashy, glossy white drone with a beautifully designed foldable layout.

So, if you’re not only looking for a good selfie drone but for a sophisticated aerial platform that can be used for various other things, then DJI Mavic Pro is defintiely an option worth looking into.

You have to check the condition of motor and propeller, if the hardware is broken, just change a new one(there are backup in package). if you don’t know how to check, refer to the post below: Fix JJRC H37 ELFIE RC selfie drone propeller & motor issues