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You can now get a drone with a camera for less than £50, while from around £100 you can expect first-person viewing through an app, controller or even through a headset.

Top-end models produce ultra-sharp 4K imagery that is second to none.

A female biker dubbed Russia’s sexiest motorcyclist has been killed in a horror crash while racing down a motorway.

Olga Pronina was racing through the city of Vladivostok in Russia when she lost control of her BMW motorcycle and ploughed into a side railing on Monday evening.

In one of her last videos posted on Instagram last month, the thrill-chasing biker - who also worked as a hairdresser - is seen straddling a motorcycle sideways and drinking from a straw while riding at high-speed.

And she warned her followers: “By the way, doing 250kmph and holding one hand is very uncomfortable. But I got my adrenaline dose.” According to local reports, Olga had clocked up dozens of speeding offences.

Shocked pal Eduard Hasanov told local media: “She was breaching every rule of safety and riding at high-speed pretty often.

Her death is incredibly tragic.” Another friend who arrived at the scene 10 minutes after the accident said: “She was high-speeding and the rear wheel of the bike was lying 600 metres from the scene.

Time between charges can be anywhere from just five minutes up to half an hour, depending on the model.

Spend £20,000 and you’ll be shooting “Planet Earth III” in no time.

We took our drones out for a spin in a London park, testing out their top speed, manoeuvrability and picture-taking abilities, as well as the must-haves we mentioned earlier.

There are hundreds of cheap, unbranded drones out there for under £50 but many aren’t of the highest quality.

The Sky Drone, however, is simple, well-made and comes with a 720p HD camera that produces a clear video of your journey – everything you need to have fun trying out your flying capabilities.

Time between charges can be anywhere from just five minutes up to half an hour, depending on the model.

Spend £20,000 and you’ll be shooting “Planet Earth III” in no time.

We took our drones out for a spin in a London park, testing out their top speed, manoeuvrability and picture-taking abilities, as well as the must-haves we mentioned earlier.

There are hundreds of cheap, unbranded drones out there for under £50 but many aren’t of the highest quality.

The Sky Drone, however, is simple, well-made and comes with a 720p HD camera that produces a clear video of your journey – everything you need to have fun trying out your flying capabilities.

The cameras included on cheaper models are considerably more basic by comparison.