Drone Reviews For 2019

While many people think of drones as government and commercial products, the truth is that there are many consumer drone options available for passionate amateur, and their prices are quickly coming down to more reasonable levels. If you want to learn more about the drone scene, what are the best drones, and how to pick a drone, gadgets for drones check out the drone reviews at Gadget Review for the latest expert information.

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FreeMotionHandling Sphere Drone Sucks Up Objects Effortlessly

FreeMotionHandling Sphere Drone Sucks Up Objects Effortlessly

The FreeMotionHandling project has produce an intelligent sphere drone that can navigate the air and pluck up objects without damaging them.
Meet the World’s Smallest Camera Drone

Meet the World’s Smallest Camera Drone

What fits delicately into the palm of your hand and flies up into the clouds on a beautiful day? No, not a baby bird, though it’s just as cute. This small but mighty little drone is now 30% off and though miniature, packs a powerful technological punch. Within its tiny,…
The Snowstorm Allows You To Fly Indoors

The Snowstorm Allows You To Fly Indoors

We’ve all wanted to fly. Who doesn’t? The ability to glide through the air with the greatest of ease has tempted everybody from the ancient Greeks to modern man, or at least modern man who has decided he wants to fly without feeling like he’s stuffed in a pressurized hairspray…
Amazon Prime Air to Deliver Via 30-Minute Drone

Amazon Prime Air to Deliver Via 30-Minute Drone

Would you trust a drone with your package? Amazon wants you to believe with Prime Air.
Parrot Bebop 2 Drone Unveiled, Release Date and Price

Parrot Bebop 2 Drone Unveiled, Release Date and Price

Looking for a Drone this holiday?  And I’m not talking about the Star Wars type.  Parrot just unveiled a new version to their Bebop, the Bebop 2. So your first question is what’s the difference between the Bebop 1 and the Bebop 2.  Simple: battery life.  The new Bebop, the…
Watch This Self Flying MIT Drone Instantly Avoid Objects at 30mph

Watch This Self Flying MIT Drone Instantly Avoid Objects at 30mph

Driven a drone lately?  If not, I suggest you get behind the proverbial wheel of one.  The experience, surprisingly, can be an entertaining one.  But I highly recommend staying away from any drones that aren’t controlled via a set of joysticks.  In other words, the smartphone controlled drones – it’s…
Lily Drone Camera Will Automatically Follow You for the Coolest Sports Shots

Lily Drone Camera Will Automatically Follow You for the Coolest Sports Shots

Consumer drones tend to sport a lot of control options – your daddy’s remote control planes, these are not. They come with gamepads that sync with complex, informative tablet computer displays that allow for a great variety of input and subtle control option. Not so with the Lily. The Lily…
Phantom 3 Drone Look More Consumer-Friendly Than Ever

Phantom 3 Drone Look More Consumer-Friendly Than Ever

If there’s one thing that DJI’s Phantom 3 drone does particularly well, it’s finally look like a consumer drone. The new simplified color scheme and design does wonders for the latest drone generation: An average consumer can look at the models and think, “Oh right, that’s how that works.” Both…
Blade 350 QX AP Combo RTF Drone

Blade 350 QX AP Combo RTF Drone

Blade has introduced their latest drone, the 350 QX AP Combo RTF, which is aimed at photographers. This new model, which is based off of the original Blade 350 QX, will add a ton of new features, such as a 2-axis brushless gimbal with optional pitch control, an HD 1080p/30FPS…
The Nano Drone Is An Adorable Tiny Quadcopter

The Nano Drone Is An Adorable Tiny Quadcopter

Few of us genuinely need a drone. Aside from a few industries, scientific research, and spying, most of us just want a drone to fly around and have a little fun with, possibly terrorize the cat. Fortunately, for those of us who just want a small flying toy to play…
Inspire One: The Ultimate 4K Video Drone

Inspire One: The Ultimate 4K Video Drone

Nothing quite says you’ve arrived like your personal video surveillance drone. And what DJI offers with the Inspire One is so much more than that. This four-rotor drone is essentially a highly refined flying machine with a Hollywood-level, high-definition video camera attached to it – guaranteed to make your friends’…
HEXO+, For All Your Flying Camera Drone Needs

HEXO+, For All Your Flying Camera Drone Needs

Drones are cool. This is not so much a statement of opinion as a statement of fact. Who doesn’t want a robot flying around, doing stuff for us… in this case, filming us doing stuff? Because that’s exactly what the HEXO+ offers, and boy, is that a tempting deal. Fly,…
The Airdog Drone Follows You No Matter Where You Go

The Airdog Drone Follows You No Matter Where You Go

Everybody wants a drone these days, especially if they’re a videographer, and there’s good reason for that. Drones are an extremely flexibly photography platform, and especially for extreme sports allow you to get the kind of “helicopter” shots that were once the sole province of pros with… well… helicopters. But…
6 High-Flying Features The Parrot Bebop Carries (List)

6 High-Flying Features The Parrot Bebop Carries (List)

Parrot has been a serious name in the drone business for quite a while now, thanks to their AR drone series. And the AR Drone 3.0, code-named Bebop, is a major step forward, not least for the features it’s loaded down with. 1. The Action Cam First off, it comes…
Next Level Aerial Filming Gives You Your Very Own Flying Cameraman

Next Level Aerial Filming Gives You Your Very Own Flying Cameraman

Robotic tracking systems for action cameras are nothing new. Useful and well designed, but nothing new. Similarly, it’s getting harder and harder to find anybody who doesn’t have a drone to strap their action cam into. But what if you could turn your drone into a fully robotic, flying cameraman?…

Learn More About Drones

Consumer quadcopters are often used for capturing aerial snapshots and video, a lot like a flying GoPro with extra-high definition. Whether you want the perfect HD photo or a 4K video that soars over a valley or desert, drones can offer exactly what you need. If you're worried about piloting, most drones come with extensive training and simulation software to help you get started, along with easy-to-learn controls that often connect to tablet computers so you can see what your drone sees and change commands in real time. If this sounds like something you'd love – or if you just want to upgrade from that boring old model airplane – check out Gadget Review for drone news, new products, and more.

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