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Best Drones For Beginners 2019

Best Drones For Beginners with GPS and camera


SNAPTAIN SP500 Drone Review

In a highly competitive industry where drone makers are falling over themselves to produce unique consumer drones, it can be hard to stand out from the crowd. Yet, SNAPTAIN does it with their drones all the time. As you will see in this SNAPTAIN SP500 drone review, it is quite possible to have a feature-packed flying toy that stands out.

From a glance, this may look like a regular beginner drone. However, when you toss in some features like GPS, geo-fencing and several others, it becomes a really awesome drone. If you want a beginner drone to learn how to fly and not have to upgrade to a bigger one, get this one. Even when we compare it to the SNAPTAIN SP660 drone that we reviewed earlier, the SP500 is clearly in a class of its own. Of course, we will see more about the features of this drone in the upcoming section.

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AKASO A31 Drone Review

Can you get a low price drone that can do 1080P videos? Yes; the AKASO A31. Where small, entry-level drones are concerned, we can say that this one makes all the merits. It is budget-friendly, kid and beginner-friendly. As you will also see in this review, toy drones keep getting better with time. They are packing more automated features, better camera quality and they are durable.

Choosing a small drone is usually hard because they all look alike. From a glance, it can be hard to tell which has special features and which hasn’t. After reading this review, you should love the no-frills AKASO A31 made by Akaso Tech. It is simple, stylish and it does what it is supposed to do – fly and take nice, HD images and videos.

Because of the low price, you might have your doubts. That is what we seek to clear with this A31 review. Keep reading to see the build quality, design, camera quality, battery time and its automated flight functions.

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Holy Stone HS370

Holy Stone HS370 Drone Review

The Holy Stone HS370 drone is tiny. However, do not let that dissuade you from getting it because it offers quite a lot. First, it is a Holy Stone drone and this is one of the most trusted brand names in the drone industry.

If you are looking for a small, high quality drone for a beginner or a kid, get them the HS370 drone. It is affordable and therefore even if you have a few people that you want to gift with the drone, you will not dent your wallet too much.

Sold with two batteries, you can enjoy a longer flight time. You can also capture good videos and photos from the 720P resolution camera. Generally, this drone has many good things going for it.
Holy Stone HS370
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SIMREX X900 Drone Review

Modular battery with high capacity, foldable design, stable camera and the ability to do flips and rolls are some of the things the SIMREX X900 comes with. However, if we dig deeper, we find many automated functions. They make flying this drone easy and enjoyable.

Costing double what the X300C that we reviewed earlier costs, we will see whether the SIMREX X900 drone is worth it. That does not mean it is very expensive though. In fact, you will be a bit cynical about the quality when you see the price. Fear not though because the build quality is great, the camera is fabulous, the flight time is also quite good and as we said, there are tens of automated flight functions.

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HR H2 Drone

HR H2 Drone Review

The HR H2 drone is a fun and simple to use drone that is good for both advanced users and beginners. This little drone has many impressive features. One of them is the high quality, wide-angle 2K camera. While it won’t do 2K videos, it will still capture good photo and video footage. If you have a kid that you would like to gift with something that they won’t forget fast, get them this drone. It is so simple to operate with auto takeoff and landing key, one key return, headless mode and other automatic functions.

HR H2 Drone
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