Possible Drone Used: PowerVision PowerEye
Where to Buy: Drones Direct
Contrasting colors make for the best photos, especially when it’s an unplanned scene. This red train snaking its way through pure white snow-topped trees couldn’t be anymore visually satisfying. To get a shot like this, you’d likely need one of the higher quality drones on the market.
In this case, the PowerVision PowerEye could do the job. With a max range of 5km and a speed of 40 miles per hour, this model could quickly get into position while you’re looking for the best angle possible. It also has interchangeable cameras, which isn’t to be sniffed at. And to think just a couple of decades ago we were making the most of Kodak disposables.
PowerVision PowerEye calls its drone a “revolution in productivity.” It is certainly convenient to carry, as its body is foldable and light, thanks to its collapsible design. The drone has a 3.1/5-star rating on Amazon, which is surprising, considering the beautiful photos that we see it is capable of taking.