Buying a DJI Drone in 2020? Watch this first!

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Mavic Mini:
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The DJI line of consumer camera drones for 2020 is very strong and definitely worth considering if you are looking to get into flying drones. They range from the Mavic Mini, which is designed for easy flight, great images, and convenient social sharing. To the Mavic Air, which is small yet powerful with a 4K camera and advanced flight modes. To the Mavic 2 Zoom and Mavic 2 Pro – both of which take incredible video and photos for amateurs and professionals alike. And finally the Phantom 4 Pro V2.0, which is truly a professional grade aerial camera system.

This video covers everything you might want to know when making the decision about which drone is right for you. We look at the different capabilities and use cases for each drone and share a ton of great footage shot with each of these drones so that you can see for yourself how the cameras perform and what they are like to fly.

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Ready Set Drone has been covering drone technology for more than 5 years now and is a trusted source for learning to fly and what drone to buy. Of course there are other great drones available beside these, but for the price and proven capability of the camera drones featured in this video, you can’t go wrong. Please comment below on which drone or drones you fly and what you think of this line up. And if you really want to get involved in the online drone community, please consider supporting this channel financially by hitting the “join” button and learning about becoming part of the Ready Set Drone flight crew.

Kelly Shores is a FAA Part 107 certified drone pilot. He enjoys flying toy drones, camera drones, RC airplanes, and FPV quads. When he’s not flying drones, Kelly enjoys photography, biking, travel and hanging out with his family!

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37 Replies to “Buying a DJI Drone in 2020? Watch this first!”

  1. Have Drone Will Travel

    Ahhh, another DJI fanboi. There are plenty out there that do as good a job, but without the restrictions and control that the Chinese company put on you, or the horrific customer service.
    Try Autel, Skydio, Exo and others.

  2. East Tactics

    Can one use FPS goggles while the drone is active tracking an object "AND" head tracking in the Goggles? Unless the drone is capable of also following/centering the tracked object, then I guess head tracking wouldn't be necessary, but optional perhaps?
    I want to have a drone follow my RC, while im using FPS goggles as my eyes, to control the RC. Since the Drone would be set to active track I technically should be able to just have the controls (for the Drone) hanging from my neck or whatever. Can a drone do this? Which drone and FPS goggles would you recommend for a budding youtube content creator like myself. Thanks!


    I don't fully understand what is all this fuss that the drone genareate more noise, because you don't really use the sound from your drone camera. Does it even record the sound? I think I would cut the sound or mute in post production and use an ambient music track instead or voice over. The only reason I think that it matters is that it can bring an unwanted attention. For example if you try to fly low above animals that graze on a puster (specialy wild animals like deers) and you don't want to scare them off.


    Great stuff! Well done. I subscribed after watching your video. I think it helps a lot for beginers like me who want to choose his first dron for film making.

  5. Scott B Traveling

    This is definitely a great review of the DJI drones! Myself i have three Sparks and a Mavic 2 Zoom and I love both, the Spark and Mavic 2 Zoom! I fly as a hobbyist and enjoy it very much so. I've been fortunate enough to fly over the US. for the past 3-1/2 years now and in fact I have some combined 38 hours flight time with the Spark and 11-hours total flight time with the mavic Zoom. Well anyways….. Once again, excellent review video, my hat goes off to "Ready Set Drone" Thank You!

  6. Dogzrun Mylife

    Just got a mini 2. Fixes the no 4k issue, you also get raw image capability as well as manual video mode. The addition of ocusync 2.0 fixes any transmission issues. The motor arms are stronger and more durable, and now has higher speeds for better wind resistance .Just an all around great little drone.

  7. Alan Edwards

    Buy your drone… Fly your drone and watch your batteries swell… Then ask DJI… Why do your batteries swell within one year? Yet my camera batteries last for years… Recharge many times…. and DONT SEWLL….. Please explain…

  8. cmonkey63

    I went cheap on my first drone, a Xiaomi Mi Drone. A third of the price of a Mavic Pro, but you really get what you pay for. It's been fun the last 2 years, but the biggest problem is the software, on the drone and on my phone. Often fails to let me take off, but doubt it'll ever get updated. I'm here because my next drone will be a DJI.

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