Soar into the Skies with Drones

Starter Drones

  • Designed for the novices
  • Short flight duration and battery lifespan
  • Without an inbuilt video camera
  • Compact sized drones are suitable for indoor flights while the larger ones are easier to maneuver
  • Come equipped with auto-stabilization and auto-orientation
  • If damaged, you won’t lose too much money
  • Ideal to be given as gifts

    Racing/Stunt Drones

  • Designed for drone pilots ranging in expertise from beginner to intermediate level
  • In contrast to starter drones, these are larger in size and offer longer control range
  • Equipped with different modes of flight and speeds
  • Loaded with stability sensors for diving, rolling and aerial maneuvers such as 360o flips
  • Great for aerial combats and racing
  • May feature First Person View (FPV) technology that transmits a real time video feed of what is being seen by the drone’s camera to the pilot’s display screen or Virtual Reality goggles

    Video Drones

  • Designed for drone pilots ranging in expertise from intermediate to advanced level
  • Larger in size, reliable and more expensive in contrast to the other two categories
  • Equipped with onboard cameras that can capture aerial images and video footages
  • Record High Definition videos at 4K Ultra High Definition resolution
  • Images can be seen on device or saved to the SD card
  • May be loaded with GPS
  • May feature First Person View (FPV) technology that transmits a real time video feed of what is being seen by the drone’s camera to the pilot’s display screen or Virtual Reality goggles

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