Reviewing the Top Drones According to Price Range

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Drones have become so big these days that geeks aren’t the only ones raving about them.  These unmanned aerial vehicles are everywhere now, available in almost any size and shape.  It can be argued that the drone market has become saturated, which makes it quite difficult for the typical shopper to choose one among the many drone models available.

Are you one of those people looking to get their hands on a drone? This article lists down the top-rated drones today according to price range, so you’ll have an easier time choosing the right drone for you:

Best High-End Drone: DJI Mavic Pro

The DJI Mavic Pro is a premium drone that has all the features you want in a drone. Surprisingly, it is small and lightweight enough to fit in your backpack.

The Mavic Pro is equipped with a 12.7 megapixel camera. It can capture ultra-high definition photos and videos. The camera is kept stable by a compact, three-axis gimbal that is noticeably lacking in its other competitors.

This quadcopter also boasts of an amazing battery life.  It can fly for around 24 minutes, making it one of the best drones in terms of flight time.

Moreover, the DJI Mavic Pro is one of the most compact and portable quadcopters you’ll ever come across with. Its arms fold quickly into a little package which is smaller than an average brick. It can easily be stuffed into a backpack.

Best Mid-Range Drone:Yuneec Breeze

Like the DJI Mavic Pro, the Yuneec Breeze is so small that you won’t have problems fitting it inside a backpack. But unlike the premium drone from DJI, this one is budget-friendly that you won’t be breaking the bank in the event that you get it.

Flight time is limited to 10 minutes, although you get two batteries with this drone so you’ll get around 20 minutes of flight time when the batteries are fully charged.

With the Yuneec Breeze, you can still capture 4K videos and 13 megapixel still shots just like in the DJI Mavic Pro.  It is also equipped with several filming modes like Selfie and Follow Me, features which are found mostly in drones priced $1,000 or more. But the Yuneec Breeze is almost half the price of high-end drones like the DJI Mavic Pro.

Best Low-End Drone:Hubsan Desire FPV

The Hubsan Desire FPV won’t wow you with features, which is something you can expect with a sub-$200 drone. But it is affordable, easy to fly and stable— three things novice pilots want from a cheap drone.

The Hubsan Desire is equipped with an onboard GPS and a nice auto-stabilization software that makes it easy to use, especially for first-time users. An added bonus is the wide-angle camera that can record video as well as feed live video to the controller screen. It even features a “follow me” mode that is usually featured only on more expensive drones.  The Hubsan Desire is the drone that you should get if you are on a budget.