This 4K drone for videographers is on sale for $99 right now

This content is made possible by our sponsor; it is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Engadget’s editorial staff.

Drones revolutionized the way photographers and videographers shoot aerial footage. What once required expensive helicopters and flying permits can now be achieved with what’s essentially a remote-operated flying camera. What’s more, these devices are quite affordable, allowing anyone from big-budget studios to amateur hobbyists add vertical dimension to their films.

The downside is that the market is now saturated with choice. If you need a quadcopter for even semi-professional use, you should look for one with tight control and stability with an excellent camera that can

→ Continue reading at Engadget

Similar Articles


Most Popular

Netflix will mandate COVID-19 vaccinations on productions in the US

Netflix will require the casts and some crew on its productions in the US to be vaccinated against COVID-19, a measure that comes as...

‘The Simpsons’ to Kick Off Season 33 With First All-Musical Episode Featuring Kristen Bell

Season 33 of “The Simpsons” will kick off in a musical fashion with a little help from “Frozen” star Kristen Bell, the long-running show’s...

Empty Olympic Venues Are Filled With Other Noises Without Fans

TOKYO — This is the moment Olympic athletes have dreamed about, the one they have trained for relentlessly and rehearsed in their minds repeatedly...