What's my favorite drone?
DJI Mavic Pro:

DJI Phantom 4 Pro:

DJI Matrice 600:


DJI Mavic Pro:

This is a small yet powerful drone. It shoots 4K and could fit in your back pocket...? It's not "the best" image quality but it is competive and could pass off as professional if graded properly. I would recommend this drone for anyone starting out with drones (like myself). It's low-key and the most user-friendly.

Price: $999


DJI Phantom 4 Pro -

A professional grade drone that is perfect for shoots ranging from weddings to small corporate videos. 4K video at 60fps. The coolest feature on this puppy is ACtiveTrack where the drone selects a target and automatically flies to follow the target. IN-SANE! A significant bump-up in image quality compared to the Mavic and still won't break the bank...too much.  

Price: $1499


DJI Matrice 600 - 

Holy fuuuuuuuu...This thing is a BEAST! Not for the faint of heart, this hexacopter has a camera payload of 35lbs. Slap on your RED Dragon and off you go. So cleary, this is for professional shoots, large corporate and cinema. This drone is not for the casual user. Get a pilot's license or hire a professional drone pilot for this bad boy.

Price: $4,9999 (plus 10+ batteries)

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