Drone technology is better than ever. If you’re thinking of buying a new drone and getting into aerial photography, there are loads of options out there. In this guide, we’ll take a look through the best drones available on the market at the moment. Here are Dronelife’s recommended photography drones for pilots in 2020.
The DJI Mavic Mini
An introduction to the world of drones
Beginners: look no further than the DJI Mavic Mini, a tiny, 249-gram feat of engineering that still has us scratching our heads in disbelief.
To understand why the Mavic Mini is so impressive, you have to go back around four years. In 2016, DJI launched the original Mavic Pro. At the time it was futuristic, compact and the best portable drone on the market. Today, it’s a cumbersome giant in comparison with the new Mavic Mini.
That comparison isn’t entirely fair. The Mavic Mini is more a follow-on from the DJI Spark than the next generation Mavic Pro. But either way, DJI’s smallest drone highlights how far the technology has come.
Its camera shoots 2.7K video at 30 frames per second or 1080p…