Forbes comments A20 is the best drone for beginners:
"Surprisingly sturdy for its tiny size (3.5" x 3.1" x 1.25"), it can survive a tumble or two as beginners, particularly kids, learn how to fly."
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@nicholas widing that drone is a toy, and there's a place for that, but the interest is short lived. If you're here you're likely ready for something more. @RoadKing know's what's up with FPV drones, and I'll tell you that it's just about the most fun you can have without getting in trouble. If you've got $300 and 8 hours to practice, I can get you ripping around your house in a micro FPV drone. Check this out:
I started with a Phantom 3 and then moved to a mavic. Then I built an fpv drone which is much harder to learn but super fun. The Tello or the Spark would both be good options if you don't want to spend too much.
I have to say the Spark is the best drone for beginners. It is worth the extra cost and almost impossible to crash!!! I have loved this drone and still use it today sometimes for some nice shots. Let’s just say it has turned my love from just drones to everything cinematic.