Drones of All Types Novice and Pro

Drones are becoming a Trend and are being used for more and more things.  From photos and camera shots that would otherwise be impossible to get; to everyday training and sport models.

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Holy Stone HS170 Predator Mini RC Helicopter Drone 2.4Ghz 6-Axis Gyro 4 Channels Quadcopter Good Choice for Drone Training

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Recreational drones are the next big thing in Hobbies and Outside Entertainment! These small helicopter inspired vehicles usually are equipped with cameras and many are controlled by smartphones as opposed to the paddle controls. Sizes can range anywhere from (mini) palm sized to (intimidation) basketball sized, and also can cost anywhere from $30 to a couple thousand dollars.

Drone Terminology:  Quadcopter drones have four propellers, hexacopters have six propellers, and octocopters have eight propellers.

Drone Flying Legality:

These flying machines can legally roam the skies under 400 ft. for recreational purposes.  We do not recommend that you fly them around Government Buildings, Lands or especially anything Military related.

People are finding new uses for drones every day. It is an exciting and growing industry to be a part of! Ariel photographers are now capturing landscapes from previously impossible to reach altitudes, real-estate agents are showcasing properties from breathtaking perspectives, farmers are utilizing 3D mapping to diagnose crop health and optimize growing potential, and companies like Google and Amazon are experimenting with drone delivery. Maybe you will be the next person to come up with an innovative use for drones!

With so many pilots taking to the skies, it is important that we remember to fly cautiously and with safety in mind. When flying, it is crucial to stay below 400 feet, keep at least five miles away of airports, and never fly above people. Regardless of how much research you have done on a specific drone, it is absolutely necessary to read the owner’s manual from start to finish before flying . Every drone is different and requires a thorough understanding in order to fly safely.

The good news is that it is pretty easy to learn how to fly a drone! With a little bit of practice, you will get the hang of it. With that said, there are a few things to keep in mind. First of all, we recommend starting with a small and relatively inexpensive drone. As a novice, you are bound to crash a few times and beginner drones like the UDI U818A are durable enough to sustain crashes in the grass without breaking. This saves you money and also future headaches. As your skills improve you move on to more advanced drones with confidence.