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Which is the best quadcopter brands? Frankly it is hard to tell, but it is definitely listed in this category.In this section I also will introduce few quadcopter accessories brands.

JJRC H345 pocket drone review: Pay 1 and get 2

JJRC H345 drone review: JJI and JJII
Until recently, remote controlled drones were expensive toys. Now, JJRC H345 offers not one but two drones for the same friendly price. When I say "friendly" I mean less than $30!JJRC includes in the H345 package, a white drone called JJI and a black one called JJII. Before you get too enthusiastic thinking that you can play in the...

Kingkong ET125 review: Best brushless Whoop?

KingKong ET125 review
As I just read that KingKong plans to change its brand name into "LDARC", I should probably name this article "LDARC ET125 review" instead of "KingKong ET125 review".Usually, numbers in a quad-copter’s model name refer to the diagonal size in millimeters measuring the distance from rotor to rotor (wheelbase). KingKong's ET Series has 3 different sized drones: ET100, ET115...

Eachine M80S micro FPV trainer drone

Eachine M80S micro FPV drone
Since I started my journey in the world of FPV drones, I wanted a micro quad that features Acro, Angle as well as altitude hold flight mode. Finally, seems that Eachine heard my prays :D. The Eachine M80S offers all you need from a FPV trainer drone. Furthermore, you have two options regarding the remote controller. While the M80S comes in...

FQ777 FQ19W Pterosaur: First flying dinosaur drone

FQ777 FQ19W drone
Old guys like me probably still remember the popular Flintstones cartoons. The FQ777 FQ19W Pterosaur looks just like it came out from that movie.In addition to the cool flying dinosaur design, the FQ19W comes with all the latest features. Thanks to the built-in barometric air-pressure sensor, the drone is capable to autonomously maintain its flight altitude.According to the manufacturer's specs, the...

FQ777 FQ28 drone: Second flying EGG

FQ777 FQ28 drone
Even if the EGG design does not seem to be too aerodynamic, lately many drones like the FQ777 FQ28 are revealed. It is even more strange that Christmas comes and not Easter :).FQ777 announced the FQ28 in two variants. One with included remote controller and one with APP control. Both versions share similar features and same type of camera with...

Eachine Q90C drone review: My first Flying Frog :D

Eachine Q90C FlyingFrog drone review
When it comes to design, drone manufacturers always try to surprise us. A good example is this Eachine Q90C which copies a flying frog. Don't be afraid, even if the fuselage is transparent you will see through only electronic parts not anatomic organs :DEachine announced the Q90C FlyingFrog in two variants: with and without FPV goggles. Surely, for the...

FuriBee QAV95 FPV drone: Micro brushlees Whoop

FuriBee QAV95 micro brushless Whoop
As the winter is already knocking on the door, it's time to reorient us from big drones to some more compact ones that are capable of indoor flying. With wheelbase of 95mm the FuriBee QAV95 seems perfect for outdoor flights as well as indoors fun.Biggest advantage of the FuriBee QAV95 over the popular TinyWhoop is that adopts brush-less motors instead of...

DROCON Blue Bugs: Drone for GoPro under $200

DROCON Blue Bugs 3 drone quadcopter
At first sight, the DROCON Blue Bugs with reliable brushless motors seems to be one of the best drone under $200 for GoPro and alike action cameras.Doing some research, I found some pretty nice aerial footage using the Blue Bugs and various action cameras (like: SJCam, Xiaomi and GitUp). Cheap cameras are OK, but honestly, the lack of GPS positioning...

JJRC H55 Tracker, GPS drone under $100

JJRC H55 TRACKER drone quadcopter
As in 2017 the favorites under $100 were the selfie drones, I think in 2018 it will be the ones with GPS positioning system like this JJRC H55 Tracker.In addition to the common features (like headless mode and alt-hold), the JJRC H55 has precise GPS assisted one key return to home aka RTH. From now on you don't need to...

Eachine E57 drone review: So thin that it can slip everywhere

Eachine E57 quadcopter review
All kidding aside, even if it's ultra-thin, the Eachine E57 probably will not be able to sneak under any door. When it's folded, the thickness of the fuselage is bellow 1 cm, but you know it is very hard to fly this way :). With motors in the flight position, the height of the E57 is about 28 mm.Toy-grade...

Baby Elfie review: Smaller, more versatile JJRC H37

Mini Baby Elfie drone review
Following the great success of the H37 sElfie drone, JJRC announced a more compact version with innovative one-handed gyro control. The newer generation JJRC H37 Mini Baby Elfie is with about 2 cm shorter and 16 grams lighter than its predecessor.While the first generation of Elfie drone featured only APP control, the Mini Baby Elfie comes with dual control mode...