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Love at first flight – Top 5 Drones of 2022

The tech industry has come a long way in a very brief time. To capture the place’s aerial beauty or to tell a compelling visual story, cinematographers used to fly in a helicopter, which was pretty expensive. Today, you can do that at a bare minimum cost, as drones let you fly around easily and help you shoot breathtaking photos and videos without much of a hustle.

Fly by the seat of your pants 

Getting a drone is one thing, while learning to fly one is another, as it challenges your skills and most of the time, you’ll have to follow your instincts. Your ideal choice of the drone can cost a hefty portion of your bank balance as drones are available in various categories, from budget-friendly beginner drones to the ones that offer the most cinematic experience ever.

DJI Mini 3 Pro

The DJI Mini 3 Pro is the latest incarnation of the DJI Mavic Mini series and the first to feature obstacle avoidance, making it safer and easier to fly. The new 1/1.3-inch 12.1MP sensor of the Mini 3 Pro offers excellent image quality with impressive high ISO handling. The tiny and lightweight drone is known as the best DJI Mavic Mini-series drone to date and is capable of shooting 48MP Raw files and JPEGs.

Specs:

Weight: 249g

Camera: 1/1.3-inch 12.1MP sensor

Video transmission range: up to 12km

Battery: 2453 mAh / up to 34 minutes flight time

Dimensions: Folded 145x90x62mm / Unfolded 171x245x62mm

Video resolution with frame rates: 4K up to 60fps / 2.7K up to 60fps / FHD up to 120fps

DJI Mini 2

DJI Mini 2 is the best entry-level drone in the market if you’re a newbie in flying drones. The drone sports a stabilised, three-axis ultra smooth gimbal 4K video camera with a new controller that expands its range and endures a more polished flying experience. Along with these, the DJI Mini 2  includes features like – GPS, Automated Quickshots, and Find My Drone.

Specs:

Weight: 249g

Camera: 1/2.3-inch 12MP sensor

Video transmission range: up to 10km

Battery: 5200 mAh / up to 31 minutes flight time

Dimensions: Folded 138×81×58 mm / Unfolded 159×203×56 mm

Video resolution with frame rates:: 4K up to 30fps / 2.7K up to 60fps / FHD up to 60fps

DJI Air 2S

Hello shutterbugs, are you looking for the best drone for aerial photography? Then DJI Air 2S is the best drone for you as it is one of the smallest and lightest drones with an oversized Type 1 sensor – ideal for outdoor photographers who prefer lightweight kits. The drone has the ability to shoot 5.4K30 and 4K60 video with HDR, flat, or standard profiles and supports a useful digital zoom option.

Specs:

Weight: 595g

Camera: 1-inch 20MP sensor

Video transmission range: up to 12km

Battery: 3500mAh / up to 31 minutes flight time

Dimensions: Folded 180x97x77mm / Unfolded 183x253x77mm

Video resolution with frame rates:: 5.4K up to 30fps / 4K up to 60fps / 2.7K up to 60fps / FHD up to 120fps

Autel Evo Lite+

The medium size drone from Autel Robotics comes with solid battery life, obstacle detection, and support for 5.4K recording. The Lite+ drone is the best DJI alternative available in the current market and offers several shooting modes in Auto mode to help you get the desired output. The drone has many features similar to DJI Mavic 3 but is considerably less expensive.

Specs:

Weight: 835g

Camera: 1-inch 20MP sensor

Video transmission range: up to 12km

Battery: 6175 mAh / up to 40 minutes flight time

Dimensions: Folded 210×123×95mm / Unfolded 427×384×95mm

Video resolution with frame rates:: 5.4K up to 30fps / 4K up to 60fps / 2.7K up to 60fps / FHD up to 120fps

Ryze Tello

Whether you’re a kid or someone who’s low on a budget, Ryze Tello will fulfil your basic needs. The Tello drone falls into the toy category of drones and offers minimal photo and video functionality with its 5MP camera sensor and 720p output. The inexpensive and lightweight drone can take off from the palm of your hand, can be flipped in mid-air, and covers a distance of up to 100 metres.

Specs:

Weight: 80g

Camera: 5MP sensor

Video transmission range: up to 100 metres

Battery: 1100 mAh / up to 13 minutes flight time

Dimensions: Unfolded 98×92.5x41mm

Video resolution: 720p

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