Drone Reviews

    Yuneec Mantis Q review

    Yuneec’s high-end drones are arguably the ones to beat in terms of flight control, design, and their photographic capabilities. But the company has struggled to make a low-end drone that’s worth buying, and the Mantis Q is proof of that struggle.
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    Halo Drone Pro review

    After falling in love with the Haloboard electric skateboard, we decided to give the company’s drone tech a try. Are Halo’s air vehicles on par with its ground ones? Keep reading to find out.
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    DJI Inspire 2 review (updated for 2018)

    Thanks to some smart design upgrades, a slew of sensors, and brilliant autonomous modes, DJI’s Inspire 2 is the safest way to put a camera in the air, even if it’s not the cheapest.

    eHang Ghostdrone 2.0 review

    Smartphone controls and FPV goggles make the Ghost Drone fun and easy to fly, but its mushy and imprecise controls will leave you feeling limited

    HEXO+ autonomous drone review

    Hexo does a decent job at automatically following you, but there’s no dancing around the fact that it’s a one-trick pony living in a world full of feature-packed competitors.
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    Horizon Hobby Chroma 4K review

    For budding aerial photographers and videographers searching for an entry-level UAV, it doesn’t get much better than Horizon Hobby’s Chroma 4K drone.
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    Parrot Bebop review

    Portable, durable, and incredibly simple to fly; Parrot’s Bebop drone is probably the best quadcopter you can get for under $500.

    DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ review

    We review the DJI Phantom 2 Vision+, one of the most accessible drones on the market due to its easy controls, rugged build quality and relatively affordable price tag.