1. GHOST Aerial. Easy to fly, this drone lets you give all your commands via your smartphone and capture everything during the flight because it fits all GoPro editions, as well as other size cameras. It’s water and wind resistant and can manage an impressive 30 minutes of flight time. It also has an auto-levelling function to ensure a smooth and stabilized. It’s currently $729 from the website.
2. Nixie. This teeny, tiny drone is the first of its kind. Not only is it a wearable wristband that can detach and fly, it has it’s own micro camera to ensure you remember your favorite memories. This remote controlled quadcopter offers preset modes, and will fly back to your wrist automatically. Nixie is still currently in concept, but you can get updates here.
3. Hubsan H107LX4 Mini RTF RC Quadcopter. This little guy fits in the palm of your hand and is great for experts and beginners. It comes with a camera and remote control. It has a lightweight frame and can flip 4 ways. It has a 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity. It’s going for $55.65 on Amazon.
4. Heli-Max 1SQ V-CAM RTF Quadcopter. It fits in the size of your hand, and it’s requires some finesse to operate. It comes with a 3-axis gyro system, and it has a transmitter, micro-digital video and camera. It includes a 2GB memory card and USB micro SD card reader. It’s currently available for $120 on Amazon.
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