Buying Guide: Best consumer drones ...

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Until recently, aerial photography (and videography) was an expensive proposition requiring helicopters or airplanes. Thanks to inexpensive drones this is no longer true, and it's not surprising that so many photographers have discovered drone photography and the unique perspectives it can provide.

All of the products in this guide fall into the 'buy and fly' category, meaning they require no extra components or customizations. Options range from personal 'selfie' drones to advanced models capable of producing professional-grade photos and video. Very high-end models, such as those designed to carry DSLRs or cinema cameras, are not included as they typically involve some level of custom or modular design to meet the needs of a particular user.

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