Droneflyers.com received a review model of the DJI Spark Camera Drone before the official launch. We therefore have had a few months to put the model through its paces and determine the pros and cons of this ultra-portable quadcopter. Note that we have our initial review in this article as well as a number of […]
Note – we are adding a number of videos on our youtube channel. Most are embedded in this article however the direct link is here. We also have a “Forum Continuation Thread” where we are posting tips and hints as they are known…and where you can even ask a question and take part in the […]
The domain names: http://www.dronecoalition.net and http://www.dronespeak.com have both been acquired by Droneflyers.com. As a result of these purchases, both domains now point to the Droneflyers.com main web site. However, most of the blog posts, articles and other information contained in those two sites now resides in our archives here and can be found in numerous […]
The Drone Report – 2017 #1 Introduction – this article will bring the reader up-to-date (mid-2017) in terms of most facets of the consumer drone (multirotor) business. Please consider it an “Executive Summary” and excuse the lack of detail on each of the many subjects involved. Note – this is also slanted toward the N. […]
Most beginner drone pilots will be best off if they fly one or two “toy grade” models before stepping up to a fancier camera drone or true FPV racer. In the video below I give a quick rundown on some of the current modes that may serve this purpose well. For various reasons – detailed […]
At CES, a whole new flock of fly-high, fly-fast, fly-bad drones were introduced and now the category is suddenly destined to be the next monstrous consumer category. Some were so small they fit in the palm of your hand. In fact, I think I stepped on one in the show’s crowded aisles … but it might […]
I’m curious about the business strategy DJI is demonstrating by shipping the remote control of the latest version of the ever popular Phantom series with a built-in (optional) android based tablet. This is the first remote across the entire DJI platform which will incorporate a native screen. Early specs indicate the built-in screen will be […]
(Article by Jeff Foster) Cheap and Good? For most things electronic and made in China the words “cheap” and “good” usually don’t mix. Surprisingly the Emax Nighthawk Pro 280 RTF is Different. For under $200 you get a well-built and tuned machine in a box. Let see how it holds up to several months of abuse.
DJI Phantom 4 Pro review. I have a Phantom 4 Pro prototype and have tested the camera and flight and here is a full review. I compared the photos and video to a phantom 4 v phantom 4 pro. See them side by side as well as learn about all the new features.
The Flying Robot international Film Festival is the world’s premier open competitive film festival focused on aerial cinema created from the perspective of drones.