Drones are all the rage these days; not only are there so many different types of drones on the market, but many multi-rotors have various uses.
In this article, we will take a look at a few models and the potential uses for these drones.
1) DJI Phantom 4 Pro
The DJI Phantom 4 is one of the most advanced drones on the market today. It is a predecessor and an improvement of the Phantom 4. DJI comes in a sleek white colour with a bottom mounted camera. DJI includes a sports mode feature, 4K video, a ‘return-to-home’ feature and an obstacle avoidance capabilities. Priced at 1600 USD; this drone will be your best mate for taking sports and wide angle lens landscape footage.
The aircraft weighs around 1 kg and measures in around at 7″ x 11.5″ x 11.5″ and offers you a carrying case for your drone. The phantom 4 is a blast to fly and great for getting some footage of scenic views with DJI’s 20mm wide angle lens.
2) JJRC H37 Selfie Drone
At a lower price; the H37 by JJRC is a highly discounted selfie drone, retailing at around 47 AUD, this beauty has an HD camera that is capable of capturing a great selfie. JJRC is all controlled by WiFi and has 4-channel connectivity. Along with carrying out a 360-degree rotation, there is a G-Sensor control feature that allows you to follow your smartphone.
If you are tired of the frustration of taking group photos or selfies; the JJRC is a hands-free selfie machine is the selfie drone for you
3) Parrot Spider Drone
Looking for a little bit of fun? The Parrot Spider Drone is a drone made for doing tricks and to prank people. Coming in the colours red, blue and white and weighing in at only 55 grammes, the Parrot Spider Drone uses Ultra-Sophisticated technology that allows it to fly and roll as well as detect flight altitude. The parrot is meant to be used indoors and can take 300,000-pixel photos and 60 fps videos; primarily for tricks and acrobatics.
The Parrot Spider Drone is perhaps one of the lightest drones on the market and the recipient of 5 Drone awards from The Verge, Popular Mechanics, Mashable and so on.
In conclusion, drones are all the rage these days and whether you are looking to capture some high definition footage of a mountainous terrain, seeking to create a nice group selfie shot, or just looking to do some sweet tricks.. drones have various uses.
There are even more uses for drones than the ones discussed here. Drones could even be used to send letters if you have a mailbox nearby, the DJI Phantom 4 Pro would be able to accomplish such a task.
Drones could be used for security or even emergency situations helping you document a case of urgency.
There is the use of drones as simply a way to enjoy the beauty of nature or the beauty of a new country you are visiting. Drones are everywhere in this day and age and have so many valuable uses. Find the drone that’s right for you today!