One of the most recent occurrences in the drone industry today is the number of content creators who are adding sounds to their drone footage. This simple hack almost makes it feel like your drone has a microphone, only you choose what the viewer will hear.
Drone Stories February 24
Drone Stories December 12, 2019
Virtual travel could change the world with help from drones, VR and wireless
An article in the WSJ talks about how virtual travel could change the world with help from drones, VR and fast wireless networks. And even though drones might seem to be the best technology for deploying the cameras needed for digital teleportation, widespread use is likely to be years away.
Drone Stories September 22, 2019
The Visuo Zen K1 is a foldable drone with a 4K camera that was built to look like a DJI Mavic. It has GPS and a handful of intelligent flight modes and can be purchased starting at just $169.99. Typically drones in the sub-$200 price range have had their issues. What about this one? Is it finally the answer or is it too good to be true? expand full story
Drone Stories May 13, 2019
The ZLRC Beast SG906 is a very intriguing drone. It is the first GPS drone with a 4K camera that we have seen to release for less than $150. It has a handful of intelligent flight modes and an impressive flight time of 23 minutes all for $149.99. Could this be a game changer? How will it stack up against the 4K Mavic Air that it mimics? Will it be the end of the DJI Spark or is it too good to be true? Let’s take a closer look. expand full story
Drone Stories March 12, 2019
The Micro Drone 4.0 is an intriguing low-cost drone ($200) that carries a 1080p camera on a two-axis gimbal. It is being funded via an Indiegogo campaign and has recently just passed 1 million dollars. Not only that but the former CEO of DJI North America Colin Guinn has given it a ringing endorsement. Will the Extreme Fliers Micro Drone 4.0 be the beginner drone we have been waiting for? expand full story
Drone Stories February 19, 2019
The new Micro Drone 4.0 is a small brushed motor drone with a 1080p camera on a two-axis gimbal for less than $200. Their initial Indiegogo goal was $75,000 but they have shattered it already by raising over $500,000. There isn’t a drone in this price range that can do what the Microdrone 4.0 can do. Consumers look to be hungry for a good drone between the $99 Tello and the $399 Spark. Is the Microdrone 4.0 the answer? expand full story