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Top 9 AI Powered Drones

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In recent years, drones have gained immense popularity all around the world, and also in almost every field possible. Whether we are talking about photography, video-making, or military operations, drones seem to fit in, no matter the context. Up until now, this has been thanks to the advanced cameras they had incorporated, but in a world that is constantly changing and evolving, drones have to do the same. Therefore, we present to you the Top 9 AI Powered Drones, that come with the best features you could think of, which make them a great tool in any domain.

#1: Mavic 2 Pro

Brand

DJI.

Features

As you could already tell, we consider this drone to be the best one available on the market. Not only does it have superior image and video quality, but it also has the amazing, AI powered, abilities to detect and avoid obstacles. Basically, anything you might need for a drone, the Mavic 2 Pro has it.

Advantages

  • It has a 4K camera
  • 20MP Raw and JPG
  • Excellent battery life- up to 31 minutes in ideal conditions
  • Compact and portable- unfolded: 322×242×84 mm (L × W × H), 907 grams

Disadvantages

  • Does not support a DGI format
  • It is quite expensive

#2: Mini 2

Brand

DJI.

Features

A close runner-up, the Mini 2 is very similar to the Mavic 2 Pro, the things setting it apart being the higher portability, and also its wireless functions. The unfolded dimensions, with propellers, are 245×289×56 mm (L×W×H), and it also weighs 249 grams. It can be a hard decision to choose between the two, as they are both amazing devices.

Advantages

  • It also has a 4K camera
  • RAW and JPG photo modes are included too
  • Incorporated GPS and other AI powered safety features
  • The FAA registration is not required (this also depends on the region you live in, so make sure you get as much information as possible)
  • Automated QuickShots

Disadvantages

  • Compared to the Mavic 2 Pro, it does not include the Hyper Lapse and Active Track modes
  • Concerning the camera, it does not support color profiles for JPGs and videos

#3: Mavic Air 2

Brand

DJI.

Features

This drone is not only AI powered, but it also delivers impeccable imaging, it is utterly stable, and it also includes a number of impressive safety-features.

Advantages

  • Excellent battery life- 34 minutes in ideal conditions
  • Obstacle detecting sensors- forward and backward, APAS 3.0
  • Automated shots
  • AirSense transponder
  • HDR video

Disadvantages

  • Some people have reported that it glitches when it comes to RAW images
  • The editing feature found in the app it has a limit of 1080p output
  • The videos are limited to only 2 profiles: standard and flat

#4: Anafi

Brand

Parrot.

Features

First off, the Anafi is micro-sized and foldable, with an unfolded size of 175 x 240 x 65mm and a weight of 320 grams. The AI powered features also make it highly user-friendly, fit for all pilots, beginners or experienced.

Advantages

  • Compact, easy to carry, ideal for travelling
  • It has a 4K camera with HDR
  • It has an incorporated gimbal, that is capable of an upward tilt
  • The digital lens can zoom up to 3x
  • Great battery life- 25 minutes

Disadvantages

  • It lacks obstacle detection and avoidance sensors
  • It requires the support of a smartphone

#5: Evo

Brand

Autel Robotics.

Features

The Evo can be the perfect partner in crime during an adventure. It is small, but mighty, user-friendly, and also amazing at capturing the perfect shots.

Advantages

  • Portable- the diagonal wheelbase is 338 mm, and the weight is 863 grams, with the battery and propellers included; it is also foldable
  • Log video profile
  • It supports formats like USD and DCI
  • It has incorporated obstacle detection sensors
  • You can use it both with and without a smartphone

Disadvantages

  • Small capacity memory card
  • Its safety features are unsatisfactory

#6: Ryze Tello

Brand

DJI.

Features

This one is a great beginner model. It could be described as a toy drone, that needs the support of either a smartphone, or laptop, to function. With the AI powered features, this quadcopter can be a great learning tool for amateurs.

Advantages

  • Affordable price
  • User-friendly and easy to fly
  • Functions available with bluetooth remote control
  • Automated flight modes included

Disadvantages

  • The video quality is low
  • The control range is also rather limited
  • There is no incorporated GPS

#7: Hanvon

Brand

Go Go Bird.

Features

Also an AI powered toy drone, it includes integrating bionics, aerodynamics, and even precision technology that functions wirelessly. Not to mention that it is capable of obstacle recognition too.

Advantages

  • Integrated obstacle detection sensors
  • Six-axis gimbal
  • Compact and lightweight: 11.02 x 7.48 inches, 16 grams
  • Interesting design

Disadvantages

  • Short battery life: 10 minutes

#8: Spark

Brand

DJI.

Features

This quadcopter is palm-sized and great for selfie purposes. Of course, you should not pick it if you plan to use it heavily, or for film-making purposes, because it is not capable of meeting those requirements. On the other hand, it is great for beginners that plan to learn.

Advantages

  • Portable: 143 x 143 x 55 mm, 300 grams
  • Automated shots
  • GPS stabilization
  • Safety features available

Disadvantages

  • Short battery life: 16 minutes in ideal conditions
  • The video capabilities are limited to 1080p

#9: Air 2S

Brand

DJI.

Features

This is a micro-sized drone that will be a great film or documentary making buddy, thanks to its high video and image quality.

Advantages

  • Acceptable safety features
  • AirSense transponder
  • Incorporated obstacle detection sensors
  • Automated camera shots

Disadvantages

  • It does not include in-camera filtered looks
  • Not enough support for RAW images

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