The company known for high-performance, low-cost cameras is taking to the sky with a carbon-fiber drone that can fly for up to 40 minutes.
PowerVision's kinder, gentler camera drone aims to appeal to more than hobbyists with its unique design and controllers.
The Blade Glimpse FPV is a good way to practice flying by camera alone without the cost or concern of damaging a pricier drone.
An auto-follow quadcopter for action sports enthusiasts, Staaker promises to be your personal camera operator in the sky.
For quick stable flights indoors or outside, the Pocket Drone by Odyssey Toys is an excellent option for its features and cool, collapsible design.
With its modular design, a mini supercomputer for a brain, a 4K video camera and a top speed of 70 mph, this quad is going after the whole drone market.
The Chinese electronics brand has made good on its plans to launch an affordable quadcopter that will start at about $380 in China.
The UTO X960 Drone is a good hexacopter that's also an inexpensive way to test out first-person-view flying. Treat the FPV like a bonus, though, and not the main reason to buy.
The Parrot Bebop 2 definitely improves on the original and remains a good choice for its portability and safer design, but stiffer competition and merely good image quality limit its overall appeal.
The Lumi flies, dances, follows you and plays games. If you're a maker, you can teach it to do even more.
This superintelligent flying camera uses advanced artificial intelligence and computer vision to pilot itself as it captures you in 4K resolution.
For aerial photography on the cheap, the Syma X5C is a toy drone quadcopter that's better than its price suggests.
If you're looking for a palm-size quad that's a bit different than the rest, Odyssey Toys' X-7 Microlite drone is a bright spot to add to your collection.
Move over, BB-8: The Air Hogs Ultimate Millennium Falcon is a good fit for anyone -- young or old -- who just wants a cool little quad to fly around the house.
Yep, it's not cheap, but DJI has made one of the smartest drones available with the Phantom 4.
Using infrared sensors, this quadcopter can take down your competition like an aerial game of Laser Tag while you race through a course you design.
For its $499 sale price, the DJI Phantom 3 Standard is the best beginner quadcopter you're going to find for the money. If and when the price jumps back to its original $799, the Standard will be a much tougher sell against DJI's other excellent models as well as the mounting competition.
The Sky Viper Pro V2900 Pro packs in the features you'd expect from a high-end drone, but doesn't need FFA registration and keeps the price under $200.