If you are new to flying, choosing your first drone can be a daunting task. There are a lot of thing to consider and list designed to highlight the best drones along with their strengths and weaknesses.
1. The DJI Mini 2
Great quality no hassle. The Mini 2’s sub 250 gram weight not only means it is light and portable, but more importantly it surpasses the drone laws in most countries, meaning it can be flown in more places with less hassle than larger drones. It offers the perfect balance of convenience, performance and functionality.
2. The DJI Mavic Mini
Lowest price drone for acceptable quality. The Mavic Mini offers offer solid, smooth HD footage and good quality images.
3. SG907 PRO
The SG907 Pro is the cheapest drone on this list coming in at less the £100. It offers okay photos with slight discoloration around the edges, however the 4k video is shaky.
4. The DJI Air 2S
Take professional quality footage with ease. The Air 2S is the highest price drone we would recommend for beginners at £899, but is a great all in one drone. It has everything you need to get started and will continue to fulfill your needs as you progress, but being a legacy drone may restrict where you can fly it in Europe.