When it comes to buying toy drones for kids, parents sometimes worry about the safety risks they pose. Fast-spinning propellers and children are not a good match but that’s not the case with the DHD D3. It features fully enclosed props and is safe enough to be flown by children or anywhere near them.
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After weeks of persistent rumors and video leaks, DJI finally unveiled its latest consumer drone — the DJI Spark. In line with what the rumors have been indicating, the Spark is the smallest consumer drone that DJI has ever produced.
The X20 is one of the smallest models in Syma’s latest generation of toy drones and has a highly affordable price point of less than $30 shipped. With that said, it makes an excellent gift for both adults and kids. It’s also great for those looking for a neat micro quadcopter to play around with.
Just a little over a year ago, ready-made mini brushless FPV racers were a rare breed. In fact, they were almost non-existent until later in the year. Now buyers are spoilt with a wide range of RTF brushless racers from a number of brands such as DYS and Ideafly.
When it comes to features and performance, GoPro may rule the roost in the compact action camera market so what do you do when you need Session-like features at just $100? Get a RunCam 3, of course. Costing only a third of its GoPro equivalent, the RunCam 3 delivers plenty of value for those seeking a bargain deal.
The first version of Koptermax props for the Inspire 1 sold quite well at HeliEngardin and it is by popular demand that the online store is now selling a similar version of these props for the new Inspire 2.
Following the success of the NASA orbiter Cassini, in its last flyby of Titan, a project has been formed to send a drone to the most captivating of Saturn’s moons. The Dragonfly drone will explore Titan is the same way that rovers have explored Mars.
Israeli augmented reality (AR) startup Edgybees hit the headlines last week, when it announced the launch of the first ever AR mobile app for DJI drones. Giving a nod to Formula One’s premium competition, the Drone Prix app has been developed using DJI’s own kit for software development.