Best Drones 2021 | TOP 10 Picks in 2021

Top 10 picks in 2021, Best Drone 2021. The most Popular Drones are DJI Mavic Pro, Parrot Anafi, Phantom 4 Pro V 2.0, and many more. Looking for the best drone you can buy right now? We’ve flown, tested, and pixel-peeped the shots taken by the most popular flying cameras right now, and ranked all of our findings in the list of drones. So whether you’re a complete beginner or a pro photographer looking for a new aerial companion, you’ll find all of the best drones in our in-depth guide.

Drones have quite literally taken off in the past few years, with improved cameras, gimbals, battery lives, and smart flying technology making them more powerful and accessible than ever. Photos and videos that once demanded niche professional equipment are now possible for the price of a DSLR or mirrorless camera.

Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find the best drone for you on this list.

No 10. DJI Mavic Pro.
No 9. Parrot Anafi.
No 8. Power Vision Power Egg X.
No 7. DJI Phantom 4 Pro V 2.0.
No 6. Ryze Tello.
No 5. DJI Mavic Mini.
No 4. DJI Mavic 2 Zoom.
No 3. DJI Mini 2.
No 2. DJI Mavic 2 Pro.
No 1. DJI Mavic Air 2.

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No 10. DJI Mavic Pro.

It’s now been superseded by the DJI Mavic 2 Pro, but this is still one of the best consumer drones around – and now it’s more affordable too. Until the DJI Spark came along, the Mavic Pro was the smallest drone in DJI’s lineup. Don’t let its diminutive size fool you though, this pint-sized flyer boasts the kind of performance that DJI’s larger drones are famous for.

The camera is mounted on a gimbal, which is unusual for drones of this size. It delivers fantastic results with both photos and video in good lighting, although the small size of the sensor means low-light shooting can sometimes be tricky. The Mavic Pro has a top speed of around 40 miles per hour, so it’s no slouch in that department, and the battery is good for around 20 to 25 minutes of aerial action.


Weight: 734 grams. Controller: Yes. Camera resolution: 12.35 megapixel. Battery Size: 3830 m,A,h. Range: 4.3 miles.


Highly portable.
Dedicated remote control.


Weak low-light shooting.

No 9. Parrot Anafi.

This lightweight, bug-like drone might be small, but its photography chops are among the most impressive around.

Its camera has 180 degrees of vertical range, which enables it to take photos directly upwards, a feat no other drone can match. It also has a 2.8 x zoomable lens with no image quality reduction.

The Parrot Anafi is a particularly good choice for selfie fans. Its Follow Me mode tracks your movements, adjusting automatically for more photogenic angles, and its SmartDronies modes, Orbit, Parabola, Boomerang and Tornado – cause the drone to fly around you in various circles and arcs.

The main drawback is the Parrot Anafi’s lack of obstacle avoidance, which makes it hard to recommend to new users. It’s also a shame that a couple of flight modes are locked away as extra in-app purchases after you’ve paid for the drone.


Weight: 3202 grams. Controller: Yes. Camera resolution: 21 megapixel. Battery size: 2700 m,A,h.


4K UHD video at 60fps.
180-degree vertical camera.


No obstacle avoidance.


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1 Comment

  1. Dash Solo on March 27, 2021 at 9:34 pm

    Your number 9 Parrot Anafi is 350 grams not 3202 grams you have listed. Overall a good video. Thanks

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