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BEST DRONE CAMERAS | 5 Best Drone Cameras 2020 | TECHHARRY

Updated: Apr 2

Many people own Drones in India, but flying Drones is not legal in India. The good thing is that India has changed the rules. India’s aviation regulator has published the new rules that will make flying drones in India legal starting December 2018. So, you can now buy drone cameras and start shooting awesome videos and capture breathtaking shots.

DJI is the most popular brand that offers quality drone cameras for almost any kind of needs. But there are also several other drones cameras you can consider. If you are looking for the best drone cameras at the best price, here is the list. We have compiled the list of best drone cameras and also mentioned drone camera prices in India.

Best Drone Cameras

Here is the list of best drone cameras. All the cameras are from DJI because other good drones are not available in the country right now. I have included drones from entry-level to high-level price segment to give you flexible options. You can go with any of these depending on your requirements and budget.

1. DJI Phantom 4

The DJI Phantom 4 is a very polished drone compared to its competition, and for those who've flown a quad before, you'll have no trouble getting started with this one. The new Sport mode lets you get to your location faster or just have some fun. Its Obstacle Sensing System can help avoid head-on collisions as well as track subjects. Slow-motion video is a nice addition to an already excellent camera.

2. DJI Mavic Pro

DJI Mavic Pro is a super compact, lightweight, foldable drone designed for professionals. Despite its small size, Mavic pro features the modern navigation systems for enhanced control, a high-resolution camera, and a front collision detection sensor. You can operate it using its easy to use a remote control or using the DJI Go app downloaded onto your smart mobile phone. Our DJI Mavic Pro review provides a detailed assessment of the features found on this drone, its advantages, user opinions, and its downsides. These ideas will help you make up your mind when shopping.

3. DJI Mavic Air

A small drone with huge ambitions, the DJI Mavic Air packs 4K video recording, a three-axis gimbal, an upgraded obstacle avoidance system and onboard storage into a compact and foldable form factor that easily slips into a jacket pocket. You’d be hard pressed to find a better drone that packs up so neatly and has as many smarts as this one.

4. DJI Spark

DJI pulled the curtain back on its newest drone — a pint-sized powerhouse called the Spark— during a press event in New York City. It’s the company’s most compact drone yet, so we stuffed one in a backpack, brought it back to Portland, and have been flying it nonstop for the past two weeks.

5. DJI Tello

it is not an expensive camera-copter but a small indoor toy drone called Ryze Tello. The Tello does not have its own remote controller but is controlled by a smartphone and app. I have also bought the Gamevice controller for iPhone that works with the drone and will review this one too.

Right now DJI released a pimped up version of the Tello called Iron Man Editon, so be sure to check that one out too.


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