Top Quadcopter With Camera
There are so many drones out there to choose from and lately there’s been an ever so rapidly growing quadcopter with camera collection. Now, majority of drones are compatible with a GoPro camera, such as the DJI Phantom. Still, many copters come with built-in cameras, like the Husban X4 mini quadcopter and then new and improved Phantom 2 Vision at the top of the league. One question remains – which is the best? Well, I’m here to tell you. Let’s take a look of some of the top notch quadcopters out there that support aerial photography.
The Husban X4 is not only a quadcopter with camera, but a mini quadcopter as well. It has an extremely lightweight airframe but is still very durable, believe me, I know. I’ve crashed this drone on a number of occasions and it still works as good as new. My favorite thing about this mini quad is the beautiful design – it’s white with red and blue detail. There are several other color schemes, though, the body of the quadcopter always remains white.
Husban X4 Features:
- 6-Axis Flight Control System
- Stable Flight
- 0820 Coreless Motor
- Live Video
- Fast Charging Time of 30 Minutes
- .3M Pixels Camera
- Instant Video Review on Transmitter
It’s quite a great little flying machine, and when it comes to the camera, it’s not the best but it’s alright for the size and price of the drone. I’ve never had a problem with my X4 and I’m sure you won’t either if you feel this is the best quadcopter for you!
UDI U818A RC Quadcopter
I purchased this drone towards the beginning of the year and it has yet to disappoint me. That’s saying a lot considering I take my UDI U818A quadcopter out at least once a week. Hey, that just goes to show you how great this quad really is. Anyways, the U818A features a camera that is pretty decent; it does it’s job and then some. It also comes with a 3.7V Lipo battery, a 1GB micro SD card, 3D flight and 36o flips. Compared to the Husban X4, it is notably bigger; the increased size really helps when it comes to flying outdoors as it helps keep the drone stabilized in winds. Whereas with a small drone your quadcopter would likely be carried away, so that’s something you should consider. The next thing I want to mention is the charging time, at 120 minutes, it’s not the best. However, that can easily be fixed by just ensuring you put your drone on the charger ahead of time, preferably the night before. After charging the drone completely you can get up to 9 minutes of flying time, which is plenty. Finally, check out this UDI U818A RC Quadcopter review video below! It perfectly demonstrates just how well this beast performs.