Some time in the second half of last year, we began to see some really unusual toy drone designs. These include the bottle-shaped Lishitoys L6059W and a slew of other oddly-shaped sub-$100 quadcopters. The TYRC TY6 Sky Overlord is one such toy drone that was released at the end of last year which doesn’t quite conform to the word “conventional”.
Author: Adrin Sham
DJI’s latest consumer drone — the Mavic Air is currently flying off retail shelves and selling like hotcakes but buying one online isn’t exactly straightforward for some people. This is particularly true if you live in one of those countries that are not covered by the DJI Store.
When DJI released the Spark in May last year, it surprised many. Prior to its release, DJI was a brand known for producing much larger aerial photography drones. In other words, nothing less than a diagonal motor size of 350mm so the decision to come up with a palm-sized drone was quite unexpected.
For some time now, potential DJI Spark buyers often faced a dilemma. The Spark is no doubt a great beginner’s drone, it packs plenty of DJI’s intelligent flight features and is the most portable and affordable aerial photography drone in the company’s lineup.