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The main difference between the Professional edition and the Standard edition of the Phantom 3 is the camera. The Professional edition can shoot in 4K UHD while the Standard shoots in 2.7K. The Phantom 3 Professional also has a better range.
3DR Robotics is the newest player in the drone market, and although they don’t have a huge track record, their drones have been highly reviewed for the past couple of years. Soon, 3DR Robotics will have a new drone on the market, named the 3DR Solo, which will align it more closely with the DJI Phantom 3. For now, the 3DR IRIS+ is a good option for those on a slightly lower budget.
This German-made multicopter drone has some serious might to it, enough to carry a Nikon or Canon DSLR for high resolution video and stills.  The Aibotix Aibot X6 merges autonomous flight technology with ground control systems, providing an easy-to-use platform for hobbyists and pilots.
At Liberty Science Center, in Jersey City, I attended a Day of Drones one Sunday in early March, 2016, and had to cruise the lot for a long while to find a parking space. Kids of many ages and ethnicities packed the exhibitions of drone battles (not much contact, but plenty of crashes), drone races (more crashes, but some actual racing, on a course set up on the museum grounds), and, in the IMAX theatre, the winning movies from the New York City Drone Film Festival. Kids in high excitement swarmed all over, some of them carrying their own drones. The racers, many of them guys in their twenties from a group called FPV Addiction, had clusters of younger children watching transfixed as parents waited patiently nearby.
What does it mean to want something that doesn’t exist yet? The magic of the Lily Drone was in its concept: It was a product you could unpack and throw—so easy, Balaresque wrote in emails, that even an old person could do it. But translating that idea into a tangible product proved difficult, and the storytelling that made the Lily Drone so tantalizing to consumers ultimately factored into its downfall.
Battery life is still the suck when it comes to drones. Several camera drones claim a battery life at or around 30 minutes. When a manufacturer gives you a flight time, that is typically reached under ideal testing conditions in a controlled environment. The faster you fly, the more weight you add, the stronger the winds you’re flying in, the quicker the drone will sap its battery. Plus, there’s the time it takes to get up in the air and land that’s not accounted for in that time.
Technical issues are also holding back drone delivery adoption. Drone technology overall is still developing, and there’s work to be done before regulators approve widespread drone delivery in residential areas. Companies have yet to also figure out the safest and most efficient way to have drones deliver to people’s homes. Do they actually land on front porches, or do they deploy packages via parachute? What about homes with front lawns vs. apartment buildings?
We really liked the Syma X5SW drone, but the X5HW beats his predecessor with ease. Among key features that make it so great is the altitude hold function, improved stability that the X5SW was lacking to a certain extent (“wind bug” anyone?) and slightly longer flight times.
We’ve seen four blades, we’ve seen six blades– hell, why not eight?  The Droidworx Skyjib Airframe uses an octacopter system to carry a high-resolution payload for photographers and cinematographers alike.  The creative class uses the Skyjib to haul Canon 5D MKIII DSLRs and RED Epic cinema cameras to capture video for TV, documentaries, sports and more.  It is meticulous in construction, a powerful drone used for the most peaceful purpose possible– making movie magic.
It’s a fact. After the latest release of Part 107 by the FAA, evidence says drones are here to stay in the US. Thanks to the evolution of technology, they’ve been scaled-down and made available to the public at perhaps the most opportune time. They’re affordable, can function as either a toy or a professional asset, can be used for recreation and photography, and can offer the livestreaming first person view of the camera onboard. Whether you’re a hobbyist, professional, photographer, social-media-lover, or someone that just likes gadgets, there’s an aspect of drones that appeal to you. They’ve made a tool out of a toy, and a universal camera out of a hobbyist’s aircraft, resulting in customers flocking in from areas well outside of the RC vehicle market.