Line of Sight:
- Hubsan X4 H107L – Highly recommended as a beginners go-to due to price and all around performance.
- Blade NanoQX – My Personal favorite – a bit pricier but offers full functionality/mode to learn with.
- Syma X11 Looks like the Hubsan but has major technical differences with gear driven props that are larger. Also comes with removable prop guards. and a bit cheaper too.
- Estes ProtoX – The original world smallest quadcopter, it’s a great stocking stuffer.
- Cheerson CX-10 – Smaller than the ProtoX, Faster, More Durable, Flips, and a bit cheaper too.
- Blade 180QX – The bigger brother to the NanoQX – it’s a fairly fun and durable (mostly)outdoor flier that is good for beginners. Comes in BnF, RTF, and With/Without Camera.
- Latrax Alias – Same size as the 180QX but with a different design and pretty lights.
- Droimida Ominus – Pretty much a copy of the Latrax Alias at half the price.
- Syma X1 – Looks to be a copy of the 180QX. Not sure how I missed this one!
First Person View
- Estees FPV Proto X – Built in HD video recording & screen built into the transmitter.
- Hubsan H107D– Comes with a screen embedded transmitter for FPV flight.
- Blade NanoQX FPV RTF – Comes with Fatshark Teleporter Goggles V4’s or in a BnF for compatible 5.8ghz fatshark frequency goggles. Highly recommended.