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The Karma has had its share of problems in development but GoPro now seems to have well and truly fixed them. What you get in the box is more an action filming kit than just a drone because it comes mounted with a detachable HERO6 Black camera and a handheld Karma Grip gimbal, which allows you to take ultra-smooth and steady shots on the ground. It would be ideal for snowboarding or skating (though we tested it with feet firmly on the ground). If you already have a GoPro camera, you can buy the kit without one and attach your own. The controller is a standalone unit with an integrated 5in screen.
This pocket-sized drone comfortably fits in the palm of your hand, but somehow manages to fit a camera on board. Video is streamed live to a 4.3in screen on the controller. At 720px x 240px, it’s comparatively low-res but to get first-person view on a drone at this price is impressive. It’s also very useful as the tiny X4 can quickly disappear from view. The controller is really easy to operate and you’ll be able to use it straight out of the box without referring to the instructions. It’s also comfortingly retro in its styling – think Sega Game Gear circa 1990. 
The wooden medal goes to a rather underrated drone. X-Star Premium is the name and we talking about a fine drone that often gets overlooked by potential buyers. That’s mostly because it’s made by Autel Robotics which are not such a well-known brand in the industry. Still, with an amazing display of raw power and value for money, Autel Robotics might just make it big with this one and earn customers’ trust for the near future. With that being said, X-Star Premium seems to have a big task ahead. Will it prove worthy? Why don’t we take a closer look at it and see!
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You are able to connect your smartphone, tablet, or any smart device in general to the application for a better flight experience. There is a mount for your phone on top of the controller for a more secure connection, too.
There are a number of different types of drones, from the tradition drone, to the quad-copters to the multi-rotor helicopters, which are the big thing right now. While most drones fall under the quadcopter or hexacopter or multi-rotor craft style, the biggest differences come from their size, price and features. Most come with four rotors for stability and a similar body layout.
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Removable cameras: In some models, users can remove the cameras and fly the drone without the camera attached. This helps to reduce the weight of the drone and allows you to enjoy longer flights. More importantly, this feature will enable you to upgrade the camera when there are advances in the technology. All you need to do is buy a new camera and attach it to your quadcopter.
With the pilots’ colors fixed in your mind, you could follow how each one was doing in each heat; after leaping from its own little dais at the starting line, each drone left an eighty-mile-an-hour trail of color. Jordan/JET won the first heat, and Gab707 won the second. Biographical vignettes, like those in the Olympics, showed Jordan eating sushi with his beaming parents in their house in Seattle, and Gab707, a thin-faced young man with a ponytail and a Canadian accent, standing on a snowy North Woods hilltop and talking about his easy, no-sharp-turns flying style. In the third heat, Gab707 hit a gate and “crashed out”; Jordan did the same in the fourth heat. He won the fifth, but crashed again in the sixth, bouncing his drone off the floor after coming out of the backward loop and then hitting a gate. Meanwhile, the four other pilots fought for third place. Zach/A_Nub placed second in two heats, but got into midair collisions and crashed three times. He was looking frustrated and furious when he removed his goggles between heats.
Like the DJI Phantom 3, the 3DR IRIS+ has some technology that will help protect your drone, such as the ability to land itself automatically or return to a home point if it travels out of range or runs out of battery.