We all know that the most commonly available drones to have hit the shelves and are capable of carrying out a few attractive aerial stunts love to flip in the air. They have named them differently in different parts of the world: while some call them omnidirectional aversion, others call them barrel rolls. But naming them differently does not change the amount of fun associated with them, isn’t it?
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The modern day drones can carry out a number of mind-boggling manoeuvres. We are not here to judge which of them are the most technical of all. We let our loyal readers decide on this point. We are here to share with you some of the most exciting drones that are capable of performing aerial acrobatics that will leave you astounded. These are the top acrobat drones that are available on the market.
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Flips and Single drone Stunts
Hubsan H108 Spyder
This one is quite a basic drone designed for the beginners. Hubsan are the best in the business when it comes to engineering some very simple drones for the rookies. You should be rest assured when you get this machine that you will be experiencing some great flying adventures in addition to a lot of flips, spins and funnels.
Starting at $30, this drone is currently unavailable.
Sky Viper s1700
This machine is rated one of the most searched stunt drones on Google and was nominated for the toy of the year award. This is a very realistically priced device that boasts a number of single-key controls for carrying out aerial manoeuvres such as flips and rolls and is one of the very best in its category.
UDI Freedom U32
This cute little drone is powerful enough and is capable of flying upside down! Yes, it can perform flips. What’s really cool in it is its s trick feature that lets it perform a 50% flip and then fly in the posture. The lights indicate the change in the orientation while the landing paraphernalia is designed to support in both forms, whether the drone is facing upside down or not.
Intel might be termed as the pioneers in conducting choreographed flights. Their Shooting Star drone was a prolific device but it was virtually unforgettable to witness hundreds of them flying in different formations at Disney or at this year’s Super Bowl. The issue, however, with all this is that Intel does not intend to bring the Shooting Star into the market for the consumers. However, you need not to get anxious since we are about to bring to you drones that you can use to enjoy choreographed flights at home.
Ehang Ghostdrone 2.0
Ehang were never going to lose out on the fun factor when they decided to emulate Intel in terms of choreographed flights. It might not be easy for us to utilize these drones to carry out the stunning choreographed flights sequence but the machines are there. You just have to get your hands on the Ehang Ghostdrone 2.0 and there you go.
Zero Tech Dobby
This is a small sized, retracting device that is designed specifically for capturing selfies. You can collect a few of these amazing machines and get them to fly in tandem. We witnessed this sequence at the NAB show back in April and it was astounding. The drones were managed with the help of a handheld mobile device while the machines performed on top of a coded or programmed floor. The software comes loaded with a few pre-programmed dances. However, you can always code your own dance and enjoy!
There are not a lot of stunt drones in the market that put a lot of emphasis on performing the basic stunts right. It all boils down to your personal choice. Get you hands on a stunt drone, try out something different and bewilder your audience with your flying prowess. What is your favorite stunt drone? Let us know in the comments section below!
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