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Holy Stone have established a reputation for making fairly cheap, but actually-quite-good drones. If you don’t have the cash for a DJI, an Autel or a Parrot, these guys are probably a good option for you.
Drones are an increasingly popular method of carrying out roof surveys. Our guide will run you through some of the best options to get the job done.
DJI are the big name in consumer drones and since they released the Mavic Mini they arguably produce the best mini drone. Check out their full offering here.
The DJI Mavic Mini is a very popular drone. Impressive specs plus a weight that means you don’t (currently) have many restrictions on where you can fly it, means it is selling like crazy. Here are my thoughts on the best extras you can buy to go with yours.
Drones have come down in price a lot since the early days. $300 will now buy you a truly competent drone with a good camera and probably some other cool features. Let’s see exactly what you can get for your money.
Toy drones, selling for around $30-$60 can do some pretty impressive stuff these days. So what if you bump the budget up to more like $150? Is that ‘expensive toy’ money, or can you expect a ‘proper’ drone?
Flying a drone isn’t super difficult, but it’s likely you will make some mistakes during your first 100 or so flying hours. Avoid any of those mistakes being too costly by starting off with a cheap, simple drone that you can practice on.