The following guest post was submitted by my friends over at AirVuz.
Do you have a friend or loved one who’s looking for a drone or some drone accessories under the Christmas tree this year, or stuffed into their stocking?
According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), more than 2.5 million drones are in our skies today, with an estimated 7 million drones in the air by 2020. Clearly, whether for fun or for commercial use, drones are becoming a regular fixture in our day-to-day lives.
So, if you’re looking for gift ideas for the drone enthusiast in your life, AirVūz, the world’s largest online community for drone videos and photography, has created the ultimate holiday gift ideas list. From small items to entry-level drones, the list offers a wide range of gift ideas to fit just about any budget.
● Battery straps for FPV racing drone, – the perfect gift for the first-person view (FPV) pilot who loves drone racing.
● AirVuz shirts and hats, $20-$25 – with more than 1.25 million content creators and fans, AirVūz is the world’s most popular online community for drone enthusiasts. Time to join the fun.
● 1-year subscription (6 issues) to Rotor Drone Magazine, $19.99 – for those who want to read up on the latest drone products and news.
● The flying Santa Claus drone, $24.99 – the perfect gift for people of all ages who love Santa and drones.
Drone Gift Ideas Under $50
● MicroSD card for drone footage, 64 GB, $32.99 – for the drone pilot who needs a high-quality memory card for their footage.
● Hoodman drone launch pad, $39.95 (for small launch pad; larger sizes available) – for someone with a Mavic or Spark drone who wants to launch and land safely.
● Syma X5C-1 drone, $46.88 – a good entry-level camera drone for the person who wants to try drone piloting and filming their first drone videos.
● Blade Inductrix, $39.99 – this mini-drone, the size of a fist, is a great choice for entry-level drone pilots, as well as drone enthusiasts who want to fly indoors.
● Polar Pro video camera filters – Polar Pro offers filters for many types of drones, including the most popular models, the DJI Mavic, DJI Phantom 4 and GoPro Karma. High quality camera filters are perfect for drone pilots who want to enhance their drone video footage.
● Eachine EV800 FPV goggles, $89.99 – for drone racing pilots who need a headset to enhance their drone racing experience.
Drone Gift Ideas Over $100
● DJI Spark, $499 – a great starter drone for people with limited or no drone piloting experience.
● Blade Inductrix FPV, $199 – great choice for drone pilots who want to dip their toes into the FPV world, otherwise known as drone racing.
● Drone case from Go Professional Cases – cases available for nearly every model to safely store and transport your drone.
● Adobe Creative Cloud subscription – the best software package for editing drone video.
● A course to study for FAA Part 107 test – great for those who would like to earn a license to fly a drone for commercial uses.
For more holiday gift ideas for the drone enthusiast in your life, as well as to view the top drone video in the world, visit www.airvuz.com.
Since its launch in 2015, AirVūz has become the world’s leading drone video and photography sharing platform and global community for drone pilots and aerial media enthusiasts. Drone enthusiasts worldwide can upload and share videos and photos in unlimited quantity and at no cost. Site users have free access to an ever-growing library of drone media content including easily browsable categories such as travel, extreme sports, golf courses, drone racing, landmarks and more. AirVūz users also have access to original AirVūz content, including the weekly AirVūz News program, profiles of top content creators, product reviews, and how-to information for drone pilots on how to take and edit high quality drone video.
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