Drone / August 10, 2018 / Sanni Pekkarinen
Some drones are known as FPV Drones. This means that you have FPV or first person view while controlling them. FPV drones may show you FPV on the controller or you may be able to experience this view via an app. Either way you get the real cockpit experience along with your drone. If you get a non-FPV drone you wont have a first person view. You wont be able to see what the drone is seeing in real time since there is no display. Personal preference dictates whether or not you should look for an FPV drone. However many beginner and intermediate drone pilots find FPV to be the most exciting part of flying.
Holy Stone HS300- Best Camera Drone. A slight upgrade from the HS200 the HS300 is another great drone from Holy Stone. This drone features the nicest camera that you can get from the best drones under 200. The real draw of this drone is the impressive camera capable of creating nice aerial footage.The 5MP camera can record 1080p videos at 30fps. The camera also features a 120-degree wide angle lens for the best panoramic shots. This drone has a decent flight time at 8 to 12 minutes and the drone comes with a backup battery so you do not need to purchase one. Depending on local interference this means that you can fly for between 20 and 30 minutes without needing to recharge anything.
Holy Stone HS200 - Best Budget Drone. In terms of budget the Holy Stone HS200 FPV drone is top among the best drones under 200. This drone does not cost much but it still has many features that every recreational drone pilot will want to try out.Many drones at this low of a price point do not have FPV first person view capabilities. This drone does. All you do is sync your phone or VR goggles to the drone and you can experience the cockpit view. This feature is very easy to use and makes piloting more fun. The HS200 comes equipped with extra features that are great for beginner and intermediate pilots. One button take-off is possible with this drone. Simply push the button and it will hover at 3 feet above the ground awaiting more commands.