Drones have become hugely popular over the past few years for a number of different reasons. They’re fun to fly, for one, and much easier to handle than traditional remote control aeroplanes or helicopters. But the true appeal of modern drones is that they can put the ability to shoot aerial video and photographs in the hands of amateurs.
Cheaper drones below £100 are commonplace but these are mostly toys and the quality of their cameras tends to be pretty poor. Fortunately, you don’t have to spend thousands to get professional-looking aerial footage and photography. In fact, you can get started capturing semi-pro footage for significantly below £1,000.
But what are the best models you can buy at this sort of price and what features can you expect? We’ve put together a buying guide to help you make the right choices and a list of the best camera drones you can