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3 Best Drones to buy in 2020!

Buying Drones have become difficult due to the introduction of new laws and restrictions schemes. Drones are extremely easy to fly and are best option to take aerial photos and videos. Drones are mostly used by V-loggers to take aerial videos for their travel videos.

When you are searching for the best drone in the market, you become confused as there are lots of options available. To make your life easier, we have selected 3 drones that we think are best to buy in 2020. Trust me, if you love flying drones and want to get your hands on the best drone in the sky, then you must try one of these Drones. You won’t be disappointed!

1. DJI Mavic Mini

DJI mavic mini drone

DJI mavic mini

Flight Duration: 30 Minutes Camera: 2.7K/30 fps Indoor Use: No Rotors: 4 (2 blades per rotor) FAA Registration: Not required Weight: 8.8 ounces Smart phone Controlled: Yes Size: 9.6 x 11.4 x 2.1 inches

  • Less Expensive
  • Easy to Fly
  • Long battery life
  • Resolution of camera is less than Mavic Air
  • It is more vulnerable when it comes to wind gusts

DJI Mavic Mini is tiny and fits in the palm of your hand. It is easy to fly and the battery will last unto 30 minutes in the air. Its relatively less expensive than other DJI’s drones and priced at £369 at Argos.

Although the camera resolution (2.7K/30fps) is lower than DJI Mavic Air and DJI Mavic Pro, still it it gimbal stabilised which gives you a very smooth video. You won’t need to register with FAA as it is very light weight. Sadly, it is more vulnerable during the high winds. Still we think that this model with all its features will suit the masses.

2. DJI Mavic Air

DJI mavic air drone

DJI mavic air

Flight Duration: 20 min Camera: 4K/30 fps Indoor Use: No | Rotors: 4 (2 blades per rotor) FAA Registration: Required Weight: 15.2 ounces Smart phone Controlled: Yes Size: 7.2 x 6.6 x 2.5 inches

  • Excellent photos and video Quality
  • Unique gesture controls
  • Autonomous flight modes
  • Object Detection and avoidance

One of the most compact drone available in the market is DJI Mavic Air, but it is still able to take excellent photos and 4k video. It is priced at £799.99 at Argos and is one of the best drone under £1000. It is very easy to fly and can be controlled by hand gestures. It can also detect and avoid objects. One of tis best feature is that it can take 360 degree photos. We admit that the battery life is short but the battery can easily be swapped with in minutes making your life easier while shooting long videos.


3. DJI Mavic 2 Pro

mavic 2 pro drone

mavic 2 pro

Best drone for videography & Photography

Flight Duration: 31 min Camera: 4K/30 fps Indoor Use: No Rotors: 4 (2 blades per rotor) FAA Registration: Required Weight: 32 ounces Smart phone Controlled: Yes Size: 12.7 x 9.5 x 3.3 inches

  • Long battery life
  • Excellent cameras Quality
  • 360-degree obstacle detection and avoidance
  • Expensive

If you are looking for excellent video and image quality altogether then DJI Mavic 2 Pro is for you!. It has 31 min flight duration and 4K camera resolution.  This drone can also detect and avoid obstacles making flying this drone a cinch. This drone is best for videographers and photographers especially those who cover events or travel a lot.

DJI mavic mini drone

DJI mavic mini

The DJI Mavic 2 comes in two models: DJI Mavic 2 Pro is available at Drones Direct for £1329 with a 1-inch hassleblad camera. It gives you very good quality video and photos. The DJI Mavic 2 Zoom is also available at Drones Direct for £1079 with a 2 times optical zoom lens. Both models are very easy to fly and can do 360 degree obstacle detection and avoidance.

To all the videographers out there who are planning t0 purchase a drone, You must buy one of these to increase the quality of your videos and images.

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Muntaha Saleem
She is an Editor-in-Chief . She is a Telecom engineer and a blogger. She loves to blog about latest technology news and products.

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