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Most of the drones we carry are consumer drones of various sizes designed for hobbyists interested in capturing pictures and videos from the air. Then there are commercial drones designed for enterprise applications like emergency response, aerial surveys and inspections, and education. Commercial drones often have advanced features like thermal vision, programmable software, or even special sensors like Lidar.

With a little practice, yes! Drones frequently feature assisted or automated flight modes to make flying easier. Look for drones with obstacle detection and avoidance. Many drones are controlled via a mobile app. These drones usually have a controller that connects to and docks your phone so you can use its screen. Smart controllers with built-in screens are often available, too.

Yes, most of the time. The FAA requires any drone over 5.5 lbs. to be registered. Depending on where you are, there may be other restrictions to consider as well.  You’ll want to research your local laws before you ever take off with a drone.

You can fly your drone in most places, but there are official “no-fly” zones like airports, government facilities, etc. You’ll always want to research where you’re flying in advance. The FAA also requires that you fly with your drone within line-of-sight. That means even if your drone can maintain a signal for miles, you need to be able to visually pinpoint your drone in the sky the whole time.

In short, it depends on the drone. Most drones feature rechargeable batteries, and we’ll list the approximate flight time available per charge for each drone. If you’re looking to stay in the air longer, you’ll want to pick up extra batteries or even a battery charger. These will be listed with a drone’s compatible accessories. We also carry special packages that bundle drones together with extra batteries and other accessories.