Best drones for 2021 – CNET
There’s no doubt that flying a drone around is lots of fun. Even more fun is that you can use that drone to take photos or video of a a point of view that — until recently — was limited to birds and pilots. Because technology moves even faster than a drone, the cameras, lithium-ion batteries and wireless networking gear need to take drone photos and videos has evolved greatly in recent years. Now, for less than $500, you can get a great drone that will pilot itself, fly for 30 minutes (or more) and shoot 4K video with an HD camera.
And even a cheap drone for beginners can offer plenty of fun. For about $50 (about £40 or AU$80), you can get a basic quadcopter drone with an integrated camera that can fly for nearly 10 minutes on a charge. But there are plenty of affordable options for drone owners that fall somewhere in the middle, offering various combinations of features, video quality and price for every drone enthusiast. So, whether you’re looking to get into drone…