An amazing amount of tech in a pocketable drone, the DJI Mavic Air is the best travel drone you're going to find right now.
For its $499 sale price, the DJI Phantom 3 Standard is the best beginner quadcopter you're going to find for the money. If and when the price jumps back to its original $799, the Standard will be a much tougher sell against DJI's other excellent models as well as the mounting competition.
Looks like a ping-pong ball, rolls like BB-8.
The DJI Spark delivers all of the camera drone features most people will ever need in an impossibly small package.
For aerial photography on the cheap, the Syma X5C is a toy drone quadcopter that's better than its price suggests.
The Parrot Bebop 2 definitely improves on the original and remains a good choice for its portability and safer design, but stiffer competition and merely good image quality limit its overall appeal.
Besides using it as a fishing tool, the deep-diving drone also lets you explore the underwater world with its 4K camera.
The easy-to-use, smooth-flying Blade Chroma 4K camera drone has a good deal to offer new and experienced flyers, but those looking for autonomous flight options beyond follow me will want to keep looking.
PowerVision's kinder, gentler camera drone aims to appeal to more than hobbyists with its unique design and controllers.
The price puts it just outside of "entry level," but the Phantom 4 Pro is a no-brainer if you're serious about drone photography.
Thanks to some useful accessories and a solid feature set, the smooth-flying, easy-to-use Yuneec Typhoon Q500 4K quadcopter is a compelling package for video and photos in the sky or on the ground.
With its simple operation and great image quality, the DJI Phantom 3 Professional is one of the best ways to get into aerial videography.
GoPro's first crack at a flying camera could shake up the market thanks to a clever stabilization system and user-friendly controls.
The Lumi flies, dances, follows you and plays games. If you're a maker, you can teach it to do even more.
Version 2.0 of the iOS/Android-controlled Sphero rolls twice as fast, glows more brightly -- and now comes with ramps for your jumping pleasure.
While the VR headset and phone controls might feel gimmicky, the Ghostdrone 2.0 VR hits the entry-level drone market with aplomb.
The 5x5-inch quadcopter can track your movements via GPS, avoid obstacles and record you in full HD.
Just toss this compact quadcopter into the air and it takes flight, keeping its camera on you and whatever you do.