The Best Drones We Saw At CES 2016



January 8, 2016

Newsy's resident tech experts Mikah Sargent and Leah Becerra headed to CES this week to check out the latest and greatest in consumer tech. One of the biggest trends on the show floor? Drones, drones and more drones. Here are a few that stood out from the crowd.

Yuneec Typhoon H

Yuneec Typhoon H

Estimated Price: $1,800
Camera: 360-degree rotation with 4K video and 12-megapixel stills
Features: Retractable landing gear, sonar sensors and Intel’s RealSense technology to avoid costly collisions.


SEAWOLF Ocean Master

SeaWolf Ocean Master
Estimated Price: $2,000
Camera: Not included, but it will work with your GoPro or Sony Action cam
Features: Besides working underwater? Motion stabilization, zero-latency video and a control cable that the company says can withstand up to 30 kilograms of force.

ProDrone Byrd

ProDrone Byrd
Estimated Price: $950
Camera: 1080p camera and 16-megapixel stills
Features: Dual controllers, screen-sharing capabilities and 25 minutes of flight time.


Eken Hawk V5

Eken Hawk
Estimated Price: N/A
Camera: Full HD 1080p, wide-angle camera that can see 140 degrees
Features: Intuitive pilot controls, a 1-kilometer communication range and a return-to-home GPS feature.

Autel Venture 3

Autel Venture
Estimated Price: N/A
Camera: 4K video camera on a 360-degree rotational gimbal system
Features: One-click takeoff and landing controls, pre-programmable flight missions and a real-time LED flight status display.

Euler TT

Euler TT
Estimated Price: N/A
Camera: Built-in, wide-angle 1080p camera
Features: Can be operated from your iOS or Android device, plus an optical-flow sensor to help with indoor flight.