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GPS Drones

Welcome to our dedicated section on GPS-enabled drones, where precision meets performance in the world of aerial technology. In this category, we provide comprehensive reviews and recommendations for drones equipped with advanced GPS capabilities. Explore how GPS enhances flight accuracy, enables autonomous features, and unlocks a world of possibilities for both hobbyists and professionals.

With our in-depth reviews and recommendations, you’ll gain valuable insights into the world of GPS-enabled drones and how they can elevate your flying experience, whether for recreational photography or professional applications.

JJRC X15 Dragonfly

JJRC X15 Dragonfly Review

The JJRC X15 Dragonfly is an aggressive drone. It has some unique features such as the camera with a wide field of view at 160° and a stylish, sleek shape. When you order it online, you have the option of buying it with one, two or three batteries. Even with the three batteries, the buying price is still below the $200 mark.

Other things that make the drone worth having include the electronic stabilization for the camera, the long battery life and the remote controller with a built-in battery. It also has good flight functions that make it a lot of fun and safe to fly for beginners. Of course, we shall look at all these in more detail in the upcoming sections.

JJRC X15 Dragonfly
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MJX B20 Drone Review

The sleek build of the MJX B20 EIS drone is quite appealing and it is the first thing that people notice when they see it.

However, MJX is known for making incredible looking quadcopters. Sometimes back, we reviewed the MJX B7 quadcopter. If you revisit it, you will see that it too is quite the looker.

But I digress … you see, looks alone do not make a good aircraft.

So, does the B20 EIS pack a good number of features and flight functions? How is its camera, performance and general reliability?

We shall be looking at some of these things in this review. We shall also look at any downsides that you should expect from this aircraft. Keep reading.

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GD91 Pro

GD91 Pro Drone Review

The GD91 Pro is going to cost you a substantial amount of money. However, if it has the features to back the cost, it is not costly.

Some of the things that stand out in this quadcopter include the fail-safe features such as low power return, signal loss return and one key return. You should never lose your drone!

In the upcoming sections, we shall look at many more features and flight functions that you will get in this quadcopter.

Keep reading.

GD91 Pro
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JJRC X16 Review

You may order the JJRC X16 drone with one, two or three batteries, of course at different prices. However, even if you go for the one with three batteries, you will find the price fair considering the features that you get.

Some of the things that we shall explore in this quadcopter include the 6K camera. We shall find out whether it truly has 6K resolution. Automatic flight functions are very important and this quadcopter has a good number of them.

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Eachine EX5

Eachine EX5 Drone Review

Many sources agree that the Eachine EX5 is modeled after the DJI Mavic Mini. However, the look and styling is just about all they have in common.

This quadcopter comes with a 4K camera, long battery life of 30 minutes and FPV transmission among others. It is also packed rich with automatic functions so that even beginner pilots can have a great time with it.

While this drone claims it comes with a 4K camera, it lacks a 3-axis gimbal for stabilizing the camera. In that case, it does not always take distortion-free footage.

This doesn’t mean it does not have a means of stabilization. It comes with electronic stabilization, but it is just never as good as a mechanical one.

There is no information about whether the drone has a micro SD card slot. Another downside is that it is not possible to adjust the vertical angle of the camera on the remote controller. There just isn’t a key for that function.

You can buy the 2.4G or the 5G WiFi versions of this quadcopter. The former has an image transmission distance of 200 meters while the latter can transmit over a distance of 1000 meters.

In the upcoming sections, we are going to see the features that the EX5 comes with, the design and build quality, battery, remote controller and many more.

Note: we are reviewing the EX5 2.4GHz version here.

Eachine EX5
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