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Want To Find The Best Drone? Follow These 9 Simple Steps

​Deciding which drone to buy can be a pretty daunting process.

We get it, we've been there!

Luckily, our friends over at RC Hobbies On Air have put together this awesome infographic, ​walking you through the entire purchasing process.

Whether you're looking for a thrilling FPV experience, or to shoot some awe inspiring aerial photogaphs, follow the simple steps laid out in the infographic below and you'll be sorted.​

James Davis

A passionate drone enthusiast, travelling New Zealand whilst blogging about the thing he loves - Drones :)

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  1. HI James,
    Congratulations for drone root page.
    I am thinking to buy a drone to take pictures and video in an Antártic expedition. Very coold temperatures and high altitude will be very critic for drone selection.
    Could you please recomend me some brand and model to be used??
    Many thanks for your replay.

    1. Thanks for stopping by! First of all, definitely check out our guide to flying a drone in cold weather.To be honest, most of the consumer drones, especially the top end such as the DJI Mavic Pro and Phantom 4 Pro are recommended to be used within a temperature range of 32 °F to 104 °F (0 °C to 40 °C). I know that the DJI Inspire 1 could operate at around -20°C, as such, assume the DJI Inspire 2 can handle similar conditions. Unfortunately, these are pretty expensive. If you are to take a drone with you, go to extra efforts to keep the battery warm (I explain some ways to do this in the article listed above). Cold weather can massively deplete a batteries life, so definitely expect to be flying for less time off a single battery. I would definitely recommend bringing some spares with you. Hopefully this helps you out a bit and feel free to get in touch again, happy to help out 🙂 Have a great time on your trip.

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