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The best for travelers
Though the Mavic Air is smaller, the Pro has greater transmission range and longer flight times.
The best for the whole family
Though its video and photo quality is merely OK, the Bebop 2's tough but lightweight body, easy piloting via phone or simplified controller and props that stop instantly when blocked, make it a good choice for anyone in the family to fly.
Best for selfies
Though it can do much more, the Spark's ability to capture quick clips on the spot is its big advantage.
Best on a budget
A simple camera drone for selfies or low-altitude shots, the Breeze is cheap and easily repaired.
Best for prosumers
Get an increase in camera quality without spending a ton more money.
Best toy drone with a camera
One of the least expensive toy drones with a 720p camera, and although it feels pretty cheap and the camera is basically toy-quality, it flies surprisingly well and can take quite a lot of crashing. Great for learning and practice, too.