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5 Best Hexacopters In 2021


5 Best Hexacopters In 2021

Quadcopters are often mentioned as a synonym for drones. And that’s not really a surprise considering the fact that most of the drones, has only four arms and four motors. However, there are other multi-rotor drones such as a hexacopter or an octocopter as well. These have 6 and 8 motors, as the name suggests. The last one falls exclusively in the industrial drone category. However, hexacopters are more accessible drones that tread the middle ground. Therefore you can get easy to fly, a  good but inexpensive hexacopter if you do the research. But you don’t have to bother with that, because we did all the hard work for you and collected the 5 Best Hexacopters in 2021 that are available for you.

Hexacopters are drones that are just somewhat more proficient machines compared to their four-armed relatives. When it comes to hexacopters there is a large spectrum of drones that you can choose from. There are many industrial-grade, professional drones, used for high-quality shooting, these are of course more expensive. But if you want a stable hexacopter that won’t affect your wallet that much, there are plenty of cheaper drones as well. 

DJI Matrice 600 Pro


The first drone we are going to discuss in the 5 Best Hexacopters article is the DJI Matrice 600 Pro. DJI has been always at the top of the drone industry. In to continue their success they must come up with something brand-new from time to time. After their successful phantom series, they’ve come up with the DJI Matrice 600 Pro, which is one of the best hexacopter drones on the market. 

This is a huge hexacopter that weighs 34 pounds with a mounted camera and battery inserted. The drone also has a light bridge 2 support that enables low-latency imagery while still delivering HD resolution to the controller. The Matrice 600 Pro can be upgraded with high-quality gimbals. Zenmuse Z15 and X series and the Ronin-MX gimbal are a couple of these great gimbals.

 Another great feature of this model is the ESC, which means that the hexacopter uses intelligent sine-wave-driven ESCs that help the pilot with accurate and efficient handling with the self-adapting system. 

You may have found out by now, but if not I will let you know that this drone is mainly for experienced and professional pilots, that want to take their game to the next level. While the advanced flight controller will make it easier to use, the high price tag will scare away every beginner. 

Yuneec Typhoon H Pro


The Yuneec Typhoon H Pro from Yuneec offers everything that you might need from a high-quality drone. First of all, it comes with a carbon fibre build, so it’s light and durable at the same time. In the package, you will find Included the ST16 controller that has a large 7-inch integrated screen built-in, which will give you a clear FPV view. The Typhoon H Prol also features RealSense technology that will help the drone sense the obstacles around him, to prevent any damage. With all these features and the price tag, this drone is somewhat more suitable for beginners, who wish to work their way up to be a professional drone pilot. But it’s still not the most optimal for beginners. 

MJX X600 


The MJX X600 is the first entry-level hexacopter on this list. It’s highly suitable for beginner flyers that still has a lot of features. Due to fact that it has 6 motors, it offers great stability compared to other entry-level drones. The flight time for this flier is around 7-9 minutes and a flight distance of up to 100 meters. It also has a 6 axis gyro system and a 4-channel function technology, so the drone has a strong wind resistance. 

Unfortunately, it doesn’t come with a built-in camera, but you have the option to buy a separate camera attachment. Other than this, the drone has some beginner-friendly features like headless mode, return home feature, live streaming, and 3D split-screen display via an FPV app. 

Tarot680 Pro


The next drone we are going to talk about in the 5 Best Hexacopters article is Tarot680 Pro. This drone is a bit different from the others because it’s an ARF (Almost-Ready-to-Fly) drone. This means that the drones don’t come ready in the box, and you’ll have to do a bit of assembly job on your end to get it on the go. So, as you can already figure out, this model fits better the true drone enthusiasts. 

Despite its name, the Tarot 680 Pro is not a professional industry-level drone. But this 6-axis drone has a lot of surprises whitin. First of all, it has a foldable frame so it’s easier to carry around. Besides this, the copter is loaded with a large number of intelligent flight features. Landing gear retraction, safety locking devices, wire protection slots, and brushless ESC installation. The drone will cost you around $100, but in the end, it will cost you a bit more, since you’ll have to invest separately for a remote controller. But even with all those added costs, you still get a high-end drone, for a relatively low price, so it’s definitely worth considering. 

QWinOut F550


Here is the QWinOut F550, which is not the most popular drone out there. If you are into kit-building stuff, you’ll surely enjoy this QWin Out drone building kit even more. The main, 6 handed airframes are provided as it is. But the other parts, such as the motor mounts, blades, propellers right down to the little screws and nuts are included in the package separately. So, you will have to assemble it yourself. This will give you the possibility for customization.

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