What Makes Camera Drones Trend in the Year 2020?

Avid consumer camera drone enthusiasts, hobbyists, and professionals most likely have their own lists of the best drones in the market. Either their lists are based on drone reviews by experts, or their own experiences with their drones, and what best fit their particular needs and interests.

But what makes drones truly stand out and trend in the year 2020?

One thing clear is that today’s best drones are no longer just mere toys – unlike in the past, according to a buyingguide.

They’re now used widely by both amateur and professional photographers because they can reach areas and shoot from angles that regular cameras can’t. They allow aerial photography and videography of landscapes, buildings and events that previously required the use of a helicopter, a small plane or a crane. The best drones have evolved greatly since the first ready-to-fly model went on sale ten years ago – and a decade on drones are now everywhere.

Their list include:

  • DJI Mavic 2 Zoom – touted as all-round best drone for photography
  • Autel Evo II, with an 8K video
  • DJI Mavic 2 Pro

All three cost over $1,000 each. – Read more.

The best camera drones are of top quality. So they are a serious investment, another drone guide expert says. Just as in the above examples, you must be ready to spend a few more cash, if you want an aerial video platform that can capture stunning footage. There are low-cost drones on the market […], but you’re still looking at spending a few hundred dollars to get a solid model that’s stable in flight with an excellent integrated camera.  – Read more.

Do not worry though because there is a drone for every kind of flier. So no matter what your budget, purpose, and level of drone flying skills is, you can find one that best fits you. And although DJI is the clear leader in the drone market, there are several alternative options available – from Parrot’s range of rivals to Powervision’s unique waterproof PowerEgg X. Read more.

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