As we all know, Drones that used to be a pricey and expensive hobby for professional videographers and Remote Control enthusiasts is now an accessible funky sky gadget. However, the choices of these drones range from $20 up to professional models that cost a lot up to several thousand dollars. So whether your loved one is a newbie to this flying machines called drones or can zip a quadcopter easily through a basketball hoop at a distance of about 50 yards, we have indeed got selections for every type of pilot on your list with this post on Latest: Top 9 Drones for Every Kind of Pilot [Gift Guide].
Note: Do not forget that extra batteries is in fact a necessity for extending drone flight time, so do make great stocking stuffers.

The Top 9 Drones for Every Kind of Pilot [Gift Guide] are as shown below

1. The DJI Phantom 4 Drone
Do you know anyone who wants to get the best footage possible from their drone? If your answer is "Yes", then the DJI Phantom 4 Drone is just the right drone to get for that person. The DJI Phantom 4 Drone 12-megapixel camera can easily capture 4K video at up to 30 frames per second, and equipped with a f/2.8 aperture it can produce solid footage even at night. The DJI Phantom 4 Drone also has all of DJI’s most advanced safety and assistance features, like obstacle avoidance, follow-me mode, and an autopilot that smooths out bumpy landings.
Price: The DJI Phantom 4 Drone sells for $899

2. The Parrot Bebop 2 Power Drone
The Parrot Bebop 2 drone provides a front row seat for some wicked sky-soaring adventures you can ever think of. The Parrot Bebop 2 drone comes with a 720p camera that can record up to 30 fps, plus a nifty headset that gives the wearer a first-person aerial view from the drone’s camera. Parrot’s drone has some wind resistance tech built in to make the Parrot Bebop 2 drone easier to fly, and it comes with two extra batteries so it can stay aloft longer in the air.
Price: The Parrot Bebop 2 drone sells for $550

3. The Yuneec Typhoon H Drone
The Yuneec Typhoon H Drone has the whole shebang. The Yuneec Typhoon H Drone has six propellers instead of the four conventional propellers for added stability in flight. Its camera shoots 4K video, and the landing gear retracts so the camera can spin a full 360 degrees without being obstructed. The Android-powered controller rocks a big ol’ display for a real-time Persistence Of Vision (POV) monitoring. In fact, the best part, though, is how smart the Yuneec Typhoon H Drone is. The Yuneec Typhoon H Drone can orbit around the pilot, follow them around, and stay focused on one subject so they can enjoy the moment with their shiny new whirlybird.
Price: The Yuneec Typhoon H Drone sells for $1,000.

4. The GoPro Karma Drone
Do you know anyone who is in all those action shots? Then they probably already have a GoPro, making the Karma Drone the most sensible addition to their arsenal. All the person have to do is pop their Hero5 or Hero6 GoPro action camera into the Karma Drone and they are good to go. The GoPro Karma Drone’s stabilization tech makes sure videos come out nice and smooth. And since it uses a GoPro for its eye in the sky, they can land, pop out the camera, mount it to a helmet or selfie stick, and get some more footage from the ground, this is just super cool.
Price: The GoPro Karma Drone sell for $799

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Really want to try one of those but sadly, prices a bit too high for my budget

Thank you for your small explanation but it doesn't suit people who want to get deep into the matter. For example, I have read a review about syma drone recently and it was really full and comprehensive. So, if you like to know all the information, you'd better read such reviews.

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