DJI make some of the best drones on the market and are a well established name in the field. They make drones to suit everything from the casual, prosumer and professional market. The sheer number of products on the market even from DJI alone can be confusing and its hard to make a choice on which drone is right for you.
To help customers make the right decisions when buying a drone, DJI have made a buyer’s guide for camera drones. They break down the important parts of a camera drone, explaining what the benefits are. The breakdown covers things like flight reliability, imaging systems, portability and intelligent flight features of the drone. A nice little extra for DJI drones is that you can now link them to the new FPV Goggles they have released.
DJI have a lot experience in drones which means the software working alongside the drones is very well tested and reliable. A big issue in drones is quite often caused by poor software, DJI have a big community and are generally quick to patch any issues both in on-board firmware and in the app.
The drones they feature range all the way from £499 ($499) to £1499 ($1499), so there is something there to suit most budgets. This includes the DJI Phantom 3, the Spark, the Mavic Pro and the Phantom 4 Professional.
This is a good little buyer’s guide with some good information for newcomers. But remember that this buyer’s guide was created by DJI, so you it only features their products. Be sure to check out other rival brands to DJI’s drone that suits you best as you might be able to find an even better fit.
If you want a broader range of drones to look at then check out our drone directory. We only add the best quality drones in each class, so you can spend less time searching and more time flying.
You may also be interested in our Mavic Pro vs Spark spec rundown.