Drone are now a days part and parcel of daily life. A good drone can change the view and quality of a sight. While you’re looking for the best drone, you have a lot of choices over hundreds of drones. With the immergence of newer sensors and technology, drones pretty much fly themselves, and can remain stable in the air in all but the most challenging weather conditions.
✓Best drone for the water
✓Flight Time: 25 minutes | Camera: 4K/30 fps | Smartphone Controlled: Yes | FAA Registration: Required | Indoor Use: No | Rotors: 4 (2 blades per rotor, replaceable) | Size: 18 x 18 inches x 4 inches | Weight: 1.9 pounds
✓Can land, take off on water
✓Able to fly in poor weather conditions
✓Can be used as camcorder
✓Slow flier, especially when using pontoons
✓Video quality not best-in-class
The Powervision Poweregg X can go where most other drones can’t: In the water. That’s because the Poweregg X has a removable waterproof shell and pontoons that allow you to land and take off from ponds, lakes—even the ocean, if it’s calm enough. And, the drone’s body can even be used as a camcorder, making it useful even when it’s not in the air.
We found that the Poweregg X flew well, if a bit slowly (the pontoons do weigh it down), can fly up to 25 minutes or so on a charge, and has pretty good object tracking. However, video and photo quality, while above average, did not measure up to DJI’s drones. Then again, try landing one of DJI’s drones in the water and see what happens.