There are several factors to look at when closing a camera drone, including: ease of flying, quality of camera (and can it be upgraded), flight time and price.
With the growing demand for drones, they are becoming a popular past time among enthusiasts, with more technological advancement comes longer flying times, better add-ons and a growing number of use cases. So whether it’s a DIY kit, and build your own or take advantage of one of the purpose built camera drones available, then it’s sure to bring some buzz into your life.
If you’re new to the world of drones, it helps to have knowledgeable people to ask. In Southern Australia, Buzz Drones has established a name for themselves in this area. Here is a list of three models Buzz Drones currently sells:
A drone on the lower-end of the price spectrum, the Parrot Bebop Drone produces the best flight performance ever seen in a leisure drone. The feather-weight ABS reinforced structure makes Parrot Bebop Drone robust and safe. In case of an emergency, the emergency function automatically stops the propellers and lands the drone.
Some of the features include: a maximum speed of 29.2 miles per hour (47km/h), 22-minute flying time (unloaded), stabilized full-HD 1080p video, 180° vision controlled by the pilot, Embedded GPS with Flight Map control. Also, the Parrot Bebop Drone generates its own Wi-Fi hotspot.
A step up from the Parrot Bebob, the Mavic Pro features an advanced flight control system that draws on a host of sensors — including a ground-facing camera, ultrasound, GPS, dual redundant IMUs, and more — to keep track of where it is flying in 3D space and even avoid collisions.
Portable yet powerful, the Mavic Pro is your personal drone, ready to go with you everywhere. Some of the features of the Mavic include a top speed of 65 km/h, Up to 7.5km transmission range, flight Time up to 27 minutes 1/2.3″ CMOS 12.7MP integrated camera.
One of the top of the line drones that Buzz Dornes sells, the Phantom 4 Pro builds upon the Phantom 4 experience with impressive upgrades including advanced obstacle avoidance, a new 1-inch CMOS 20-megapixel sensor and innovative new flight modes.
The Phantom 4 Advanced from DJI boasts a 3-axis-stabilized gimbal camera with a 20MP, 1″ CMOS sensor capable of shooting up to 4K/60fps video as well as photo bursts at up to 14 fps. It adopts a titanium and magnesium body for increased rigidity and reduced weight. Like the Pro, the Advanced can attain a top speed of 45 mph (72 km/h) in Sport Mode and can fly for up to 30 minutes.
Get the guidance and advice you need, every step of the way. Buzz Dornes’ store includes a list of the best drones available today, that they’ve done the research for you. You can pick from a shortlist of the highest quality and best valued drones available in a range of categories. They give you the option to purchase the best drone for the job.
Buzz Dones also offers a number of services, including a network of licensed drone pilots operate all throughout South Australia, in some instances interstate, and pilots that specialize in Aerial Photography, Precision Farming and Agriculture, Asset Inspection, and Surveys.
As a new drone user, whether it’s recreational or commercial purposes; we always recommend our users see the most recent drone laws for your given country to ensure you are prepared to have fun whilst being safe.
Visit their website at: https://www.buzzdrones.com.au
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