The DJI Phantom 3 Standard comes with all the standard modes for intelligent flight battery that\u2019s exceptional for an entry level drone, and it\u2019s heft makes it quite stable in the air. It\u2019s no wonder it\u2019s considered a best drone for travelling. All of the features support a drone that goes for miles and capture everything in sight.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - DJI Phantom 3 Standard\r\nThe DJI Phantom 3 Standard comes with a lot of things you wouldn\u2019t expect an entry-level drone to come with. Some of these include a very high top speed and pretty great range that is on par with other, higher-end DJI models. But you shouldn\u2019t be surprised. DJI is a premier drone manufacturer, after all.\r\n\r\nSpeed\/Power\r\nThe DJI Phantom 3 Standard comes with a max speed of 22mph according to the specs provided by DJI and Amazon customer reviews have commented on how the unit flys, so we\u2019ll give them that. You can set the drone for automatic takeoff via the DJI Go App (only available on your mobile device), and the drone is especially stable in the air thanks to the powerful motor. Check out the DJI Mavic 2 Pro Drone for an equally stable flying experience.\r\nRange\r\nYou can get about 1,250-1,800 feet of range out of the Standard before you lose signal and return-to-home functions kick in. Flight time is around 25 minutes, which may sound like a small amount of time but is actually pretty good for an entry-level drone, and charge time is about an hour and a half. If you want something that will last longer, consider the Autel EVO Drone.\r\nDurability\r\nThe Standard keeps the same four pylon white design which is standard among all Phantom series drones. Weighing in at 2.7 pounds, it\u2019s a little hefty compared to other drones. But this also means it\u2019s not going to get pushed around by the wind, so we\u2019ll consider it a plus. There is an axis gimbal mounted on the undercarriage too which stabilizes the carry when the drone is in flight.\r\nCamera Features\r\nThe camera can shoot smooth 2.7K videos which is outstanding for an entry-level model. So if you\u2019re looking for good quality Live HD View, you\u2019ve found it. If you absolutely need to shoot in 4K, you can check out the DJI Mavic Air Fly More Combo. The only downside to the Standard\u2019s camera is that it always faces forward, which greatly reduces its field of view.\r\nValue\r\nThe DJI Phantom 3 Standard supports all of DJI\u2019s intelligent flight modes. If you dislike using your phone as a means of control, the Standard also comes with a remote controller which broadcasts over its own wi fi system. However, you will still need your phone for communication and set-up which can be just a little cumbersome. Especially if you want to get flying right away.\r\nDJI Phantom 3 Standard Wrap Up\r\nThere are some setbacks to the Standard. The charge time isn't bad exactly, but it\u2019s still over the one-hour benchmark we\u2019d prefer for drones that can\u2019t last at least 40 minutes. Still, if you want something to try your drone-tinkering skills on, the DJI Phantom 3 Standard is an excellent option.