Drone Buyers Guide: At $50, $100, $250, $500 and $100

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Drone Buyers Guide: At $50, $100, $250, $500 and $100

Nuevo drone DJI Phantom 3 4K ¡por tan sólo $3'119.900! Encuentra en @compudemano lo mejor en tecnología. #CadaDíaMejor #Quality #dji @djiglobal Llámanos Bogotá: (1) 381 9922 - Medellín: (4) 204 0707 - Cali (2) 891 2999 - Barranquilla: (5) 316 1300 - Pere, Compudemano January 8, 2016In “Ready to fly a quadcopter? Here are the best drones for beginners,” Christine McKee from AppleInside breaks down which drones provides the best bang for the buck. Regardless of your budget, McKee has options ranging from $50 to $1,000.

Remember, when you invest your hard earned dollars in drone hardware, you also need to invest in drone training; the last thing you want to do is crash your brand new $1,000 drone.

With so many models on the market today, finding the right quadcopter can be challenging to say the least. We’re rounding up a list of the best drones for beginners with price points starting at under $50.

Ready to fly a quadcopter? Here are the best drones for beginners

TL;DR

Need help deciding which drone to buy? Working with a budget? Looking for specific features? Here are our top picks for drones under $50, $100, $250, $500 and $1000. 

Please note: Pricing data was collected by McKee mid-march, pricing fluctuates, and is not guaranteed by Drone Universities.

Drones under $50

  1. UDI RC UDU818A-1 Discovery (720p)
  2. Dromida Kodo HD Quadcopter (1080p)
  3. Hubsan X4 Mini H107C+ (720p)
  4. UDI RC U839 Nano Quadcopter (Orange)
  5. Hubsan H108 SPYDER Quadcopter (Yellow)
  6. TX Juice Pocket Drone (RTF)

Drones under $100

Drones under $250

At this price, you can expect HD recording capabilities.

Drones under $500

At this price, you can expect 4K recording capabilities.

Drones under $1000

At this price point, you can expect more advanced features.

Once you’ve picked and purchased a drone, don’t forget to sign-up for drone training courses. At Drone Universities, we can prepare you for commercial and non-commercial FAA Certifications.

By | 2017-08-31T15:23:37+00:00 April 4th, 2017|Drones, New Drones, Opinion|Comments Off on Drone Buyers Guide: At $50, $100, $250, $500 and $100

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