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Drones with HD Camera Mounts

These drones have mounts for hd cameras (camera sold separately) and will typically have more professional features like: GPS Auto Pilot Functions, Failsafe Self Landing and Longer Flying Ranges of 250 to 500 meters.  Enjoy and record your adventures with these drones with HD camera mounts!
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Like any hobby or technology, there's a whole lot of lingo
and abbreviations that come with the territory. Here are some of the ones
you'll come across the most:

  • Ready-to-fly
    A drone that requires little to no assembly and is ready
        to fly out of the box.

  • Almost-ready-to-fly
        (ARTF or ARF):
    These drones may require some minor assembly and
        additional equipment such as a receiver (Rx) and radio transmitter (Tx)
        aka a radio controller.

  • Bind-n-fly
    BNF models are essentially RTF drones with a receiver, but
        not a radio controller (you must buy it separately). But you can then use
        that controller to pilot other BNF aircraft, saving you some money if you
        decide to grow your RC aircraft collection.

  • First-person
        view (FPV):
    The video feed direct from a camera on the drone. It
        can be used for framing your photos or videos as well as piloting. With
        drone racing, pilots usually wear FPV goggles for an immersive experience.

  • Return-to-home
    A safety feature that allows the drone to autonomously fly
        back to the pilot's location or starting point.

  • Gimbal: A
        mechanical camera stabilization system that lets you get smooth video and
        sharp photos even with fast movements or in high winds.

  • Headless
    Intended for beginner pilots, using this mode means the
        drone will always travel forward, backward, left or right when moving your
        remote's stick in those directions, regardless of which way the front of
        the drone is pointed.

  • Follow
    A feature that allows a drone to automatically follow a
        subject, typically using a GPS signal from a mobile device, remote control
        or a beacon attached to the subject being tracked.

  • Brushless
    Though more expensive than their brushed counterparts,
        brushless motors are more efficient, last longer and are quieter.