Aerial Drone

Find the best aerial drone for you

No matter how big the world is, you can have a panoramic view. The drone is powerful and easy to operate, allowing you to experience the other side of life from a different perspective. There are various types of drones with their own strengths. Which one is more suitable for me? Don’t worry, whether you are a novice or experienced pilot, you can find what you need here, look down and choose the most suitable drone for you!

Aerial drone AF-54

Horizontal fixed height/360┬░rolling/up and down/forward and backward/turn left and turn right
/Left and right side fly/fast and slow speed control/headless mode/one key take-off/one key emergency stop
Landing / One-key return to home (Aerial version: WIFI real-time transmission, high-definition camera and video.)

AERIAL DRONE AF-03

With LED light/6-axis gyroscope, there is gyroscope calibration function/ascent, descend, forward, backward, turn left, turn right, hover/speed gear, headless mode/360 degree roll, precise height setting, photo/video Features.

AERIAL DRONE AF-05

Folding body/module battery/GPS fixed-point positioning/GPS accurate return home/GPS smart follow/surround flight/waypoint flight/self-stabilization mode//photo beautification/background music/up/down/forward/backward/left turn/right/left/right Side fly/fast/slow speed control/headless mode/one-button take-off/one-button emergency stop and landing/one-button return to home (optionally add optical flow function); dual camera free switching/gesture control/gesture camera recording

Ways to use your drone camera.

Drones are fun. For many, that’s reason enough to get one. Others find the lure of owning the latest technology irresistible. But when you factor in the photography and video possibilities, there are many other potential benefits to owning one. First, a drone camera can enhance the way you do business. If you’re a realtor, a photography drone offers you a noteworthy way to showcase your properties with an overhead view.

If you farm, you might use a drone to help you monitor your property and operations, and to get useful data on your crops. If you’re a photographer, a small drone with camera could give you the edge you need to beat out your competition for wedding or event photography jobs. Beyond business considerations, a mini drone with camera can help your posts stand out on social media.

Buying a Drone

Seeking some perspective? Sometimes a bird’s-eye view is what you need. Thanks to Growing drone selection, you can gain a whole new, mile-high point of view – easy!

Browse hundreds of camera drones to take your photographic creativity to new heights. Options include beginner drones with 720p video, hobbyist drones with stable 4K video capture and pro cinema drones that combine speed, cinema-style recording and elite gimbal stabilization. Offers solutions for racers as well, with precision flyers capable of flying over 80 mph.

Camera Drones

The applications for camera drones are endless. In addition to capturing outdoor adventures, they are used today in pro film, real estate, business marketing, search and rescue, inspection, security, land surveying, and many more industries.

Intermediate models are often in the $100 – $1,000 range and come with great cameras, superior stability in the wind, and automatic flight modes (such as Return Home and Hold Altitude) which make flying a breeze. Intermediate drones are sometimes referred to as “prosumer” drones as they are able to be used professionally and personally.

Advanced drones are generally used by professional cinematographers and cost upwards of $1,500. These drones offer unmatched speeds, acceleration, stability, image processing and more. Many support CinemaDNG and ProRes recording. Like many intermediate “prosumer” drones, advanced drones are often ready-to-fly right out of the box, and offer intuitive flight modes.

Drone Accessories

Many drones are ready to fly, right out of the box! However, some accessories are necessities in order to make your flying experience worthwhile. Extra batteries are strongly recommended as most drones will run out of juice after 25 minutes in the air.

Extra propellers are also important so that you can be back in the air quickly if one breaks. If your drone does not have a gimbal, consider buying one to stabilize your images. Finally, a proper bag will keep your equipment protected.