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So, you have seen a beautiful drone video by snowy mountains, and now you want to try it for yourself. Drones can be very expensive, but it might not be the best idea to put all your money into one right away. Premium drones often have cameras that capture RAW images, super-fast live transmission, and better storage processes. Budget drones have good camera quality and safety modes. Of course, because they are on the cheaper side of the spectrum, they will have their cons.

Bigly Brothers E58 Pro

The E58 Pro features a 1080p camera that allows you to capture great videos and photos. The drone also features altitude hold, one-key take off, landing, and 360 flips, which allow you to easily learn how to control the drone while also doing fun stunts. The gesture control feature allows you to have the drone take pictures automatically by simply throwing the peace sign. Additionally, the E58 Pro features stabilizing technology that allows you to take beautiful and clear images.

Bigly Brother E58 Pro X

The E58 Pro X by Bigly Brothers features a 4K camera and does not require an SD card for the storage of your full HD photos and videos. The drone features one-key landing, take off, and 360 flips for easy control. Additionally, it offers x10 zoom camera, gesture control, headless mode, and infrared obstacle avoidance. The E58 Pro X comes with two batteries that allow you a total of 40 minutes of flying.

Eachine E520S

The E520S by Eachine features a 4K HD camera with real-time synchronous transmission. You can control it at a 250 meters range. This drone also features GPS that gives you details about where your drone is and an automatic return feature. The drone can also follow the GPS in your phone automatically. This drone is great for beginners who do not have the controls down when it comes to taking off and landing, since it follows routes that you can create with your smartphone.

DJI/Ryze Tech Tello

This more affordable DJI drone in collaboration with Ryze is a great option if you are just getting into droning. While the camera quality isn’t the best, it is one of the most affordable drones that allow you to get the controls down easily. The drone features rotor guards and stability sensors that allow you to safely fly it, meaning you can even practice indoors. The downward sensors allow the drone to hover with more ease, as well. Since this drone is smaller and lighter than most, it is unstable in windy conditions.

Snaptain SP650

This drone by Snaptain features a 1080p full HD camera that takes great high-quality videos and photos. The SP650 features smart voice controls that allow you to speak into the controller when you want the camera to be triggered or control the direction of the drone. It also features smart gesture controls. The drone can even flip and fly in circles so you can practice all the stunts you’d like. Features like automatic take off and landing allow you to easily get a grasp of the controls. The drone comes with two batteries that allow 12 minutes of fly time each.

Overall, it is important to keep in mind that a budget drone is great for you to get started into the hobby. Some of these drones feature great cameras and safety modes that allow you to easily grasp the controllers and will last you quite a bit of time until you want to upgrade to a more expensive drone.

At the end of the day, it really depends on how you want to use your drone. The Bigly Brothers drones are great options because they have good cameras and safety features. The DJI/Ryzen drone is smaller and allows you to practice indoors but it isn’t good for windier conditions. The SP650 has some cool features but only 24 minutes of fly time. The Eachine also has great features and a camera, much like the Bigly Brothers.