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Top 4 Drones for Making Quality Vlogs in 2021

Drones have revolutionized the way people can make quality videos or vlogs and upload them on YouTube in a convenient way. These smart and portable devices can record a stunning 4K aerial video, get folded up in a backpack providing you ultimate portability as you move from one place to another, capturing the best moments and adventures to show the world. These devices are easy to use even for beginners in the trade. 

You can go on looking for the best drone today; as you do that, you will find the decision-making process is much easier nowadays than a few years ago. Many big names, including DJI and Parrot, provide both hobby vloggers and professional videographers with the best devices and accessories for making quality videos. Not only that, transporting filming gear whenever the occasion calls for, has also been rendered far more convenient than it ever was.

According to Spectrum, whether you are flying your drone for the first time or you are an expert drone pilot, you can deliver ultimate results by making your videos and uploading them on social media platforms, via the very affordable internet prices, from almost anywhere in the US. There are a few drones available online; you can start off by taking a look at the following: 

1. DJI Mavic 2 Pro

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DJI Mavic 2 Pro is better than Mavic Air, but this machine is more expensive and slightly chunkier. It delivers the sharpest videos and pictures among all the drones, which is made possible by the use of a gimbal-stabilized Hasselblad camera. If you want to take pictures, there is good news for you since the DJI Mavic 2 Pro gets you brighter, more detailed, overall superior quality pictures.

DJI has made a host of improvements in this version and the software as well. Now you can find more modes for capturing pictures and videos. One of the new features allows you to create Hyperlapse making your aerial videos look more stunning.


Weight: 907g 

Controller: Yes 

Camera Resolution: 20MP 

Range: 3.1 miles

Battery size: 3,850mAh 

2. DJI Mavic Air


This is one of the best drones you can use in the year 2020, even though it was released a year ago. The DJI Mavic Air can record a steady video at 60 fps and offers one of kind portability versus power capabilities. The good part is you can not only carry your drone in a backpack but in a jacket-pocket too.

The manufacturers haven’t compromised on many features. For instance, the device has a 21-minute battery life which is okay for the drones of the size. Apart from that, due to its small size, the Mavic Air is fast enough to perform many neat tricks, for instance, tracking moving subjects, able to boomerang around them, and taking spherical videos.


Weight: 430g 

Controller: Yes 

Camera resolution: 12MP 

Range: 6.2 miles

Battery size: 2,375mAh 

3. DJI Spark

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DJI Spark is one of the most user-friendly drones launched by the company. It has an incredible gesture control feature, is lighter, and comes in different colored body shells. This makes the device look more artistic besides being fun to handle. The size of the device renders it convenient to carry around in a bag. It is easy to control and allows you to work it using your smartphone too. Unlike other drone options, the DJI Spark is very affordable. The only drawback the device has is that its performance can be affected if you are filming in strong wind. 


Weight: 300g 

Controller: Yes/Not included 

Camera resolution: 12MP 

Range: 1.2 miles

Battery size: 1,480mAh 

4. DJI Phantom 4

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This is a refined version of the previous DJI Phantom 3 Professional. Phantom 4 has a more sturdy build and a gimbal design which permits you to shoot smoother footage even when the drone is moving at a fast speed and/or changing direction. Its updated technology facilitates the machine at avoiding objects and also provides a dedicated remote control, connected to a feature-rich smartphone application.

The drone supports 4K video recording too. Phantom 4 is considered to fall in the same category as the Inspire 1, but you get the same level of functionality and output at a lower price, making it an excellent option for aerial photographers just starting off their career. 


Weight: 1380 g 

Controller: Yes 

Camera resolution: 12.4MP 

Range: 3.1 miles

Battery size: 5,350mAh

You can select from the drone options we have recommended but make sure you know what you are buying in terms of functionality offered by these drones. You must compare the above with others in the market so you don’t end up investing in features and functions you can get at a lower price too. 

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