Quadcopters

Airdog ADII Auto-follow Drone

Airdog ADII Auto-follow Drone

The latest version of AirDog’s autonomous action drone has a new 3-axis gimbal that fits the GoPro Hero5, several presets for scenic captures, and a user-friendly but versatile waypoint system where you can also set its altitude and orientation.

Workhorse SureFly

Workhorse SureFly

Designed to carry two passengers up to a height of 4000 feet at speeds up to 70 mph, this gas/electric hybrid quadcopter is small enough to fit in your driveway, thanks to its folding blade arms. It’s made primarily from carbon fiber, and weighs just 1,100 pounds.

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Flybrix LEGO Multicopter Kit

Flybrix LEGO Multicopter Kit

Flybrix is an easy-to-assemble kit that uses LEGO bricks for its non-electronic parts. One kit contains enough parts to let you build a quadcopter, a hexacopter, or an octocopter. Of course, you can also modify it using the LEGO pieces that you already have.

Parrot Mambo

Parrot Mambo

A fighter and a helper. The Mambo has two detachable accessories: a tiny cannon that carries up to six ball bearings, and a grabber that can carry items weighing up to 0.14oz. It has an auto-pilot that automatically takes over when you let go of the controls.

Propel Star Wars Quadcopters

Propel Star Wars Quadcopters

Licensed quadcopters based on the 74-Z speeder bike, the Millennium Falcon, the T-65 X-Wing and the TIE Advanced X1. Each quad is equipped with lasers and will have a game mode where three hits with a laser will make the quad land. More here.

Quadcopter Racing Through Ruins

Quadcopter Racing Through Ruins

Charpu FPV prefaces this video by saying, “No crazy tricks on this one…” But that only serves to showcase his quadcopter piloting skills. Watch him fly his QAV 210 quadcopter through an abandoned factory using the FatShark Dominator video goggles.

Easy Drone XL Pro

Easy Drone XL Pro

She may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts. The austere Easy Drone XL Pro can stay airborne for up to 45 minutes per charge and has a maximum capacity of 3lb., so you can use it with MILCs. Its parts fit in a carry-on backpack and can be assembled in a minute.

Un Stable

Un Stable

Team Xhover pilot Kevin Dougherty aka StingersSwarm shows off his ace flying skills by zigging and zagging his quadcopter through a livery stable. We’d love to see quadcopter racers recreate the Battle of Yavin.

B-Unstoppable Tank Quadcopter

B-Unstoppable Tank Quadcopter

From the makers of the B car quadcopter comes a flying all-terrain toy. The B-Unstoppable has separate coreless DC motors for its rotors and its caterpillar tracks. It comes with a 2.4Ghz transmitter and lasts around 9-18min per charge.

The Lily Camera

The Lily Camera

This amazing new drone not only charmed us with its facial expression, but its ability to follow its subject when you toss it in the air, resulting in stunning HD cinematic footage. The waterproof camera can stay aloft for 20 minutes.

Quadcopter Tricks

Quadcopter Tricks

If you loved the twitchy remote-controlled helicopter, check out this equally amazing video by YouTuber quadmovr and his custom-built quadcopter. The tiny rotors make it sound like the toy itself is having fun. Woooo!

3DR Solo Drone

3DR Solo Drone

An aerial photography drone aimed at beginners. You can make Solo takeoff, hover, land and go on flight paths – orbit, follow, selfie etc. –   with just a couple of taps on its controller or mobile app. Gimbal sold separately.

Quadcopter Racing POV

Quadcopter Racing POV

Vimeo member Porco 777 shares this awesome onboard footage of quadcopters racing through a forest course. They’re using the Porket Racer 240 fitted with two cameras, one for their live feed and one for HD recording.

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