Best Drones for the Money

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📒 Show Notes and Resources 📒

1. DJI Mavic Pro Platinum Fly More Combo

* Top recommended starting serious drone enthusiasts with radio transmission, high reliability and ultra low operating noise

* The Mavic Pro and Mavic Pro Platinum are a few years old now so you can find good deals on them on Amazon warehouse, eBay, etc.

2. ($500 — $700 Budget) DJI Mavic Air

3. ($1000 Budget) DJI Mavic Pro Platinum

4. ($1500 Budget) DJI Mavic 2 Pro

5. Think Media Dream Drone Setup

a) DJI Mavic 2 PRO Drone Quadcopter with Fly More Kit Combo Bundle

b) DJI Smart Controller

c) PolarPro Filters

2. (New Tech for Creators) Check out the latest cameras, lights, and live-streaming gear from CES 2019 in our video playlist here:

3. Check out FlytPath on YouTube:

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Sean Cannell from Think Media TV talks with Aldryn from the FlytPath about the best drones for the money in 2019. In this drone buyer’s guide, you hear a DJI drone comparison that will help you find the right drone for your needs.

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20 Replies to “Best Drones for the Money”

  1. Wandering Wiers

    In my opinion the best dji drone from dji for anyone beginner of expert is the dji mavic mini. It has a good camera with a gimble. This drone is 400 bucks, a third of most of there drones. The mavic mini can fly up to two miles on one charge. It is also so light it can fit in your pocket and you won’t have to get it registered with the fda! In all this is ligit the best dji drone you could buy.
    Check it out:

  2. Edward Perez

    I’m looking at drones right now. I thought after some years that the latest in the year 2017 price would drop but it’s still the same between $800-$1,100
    It’s 2020 I thought by now the price would drop since they make so much.

  3. caro baez

    holaaa realmente buen video deseo que continuen haciendo contenido de la misma calidad… Voy a seguir mirando sus creaciones. Les mando un abrazo nos vemos luego 🤞🏽👍🏽

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