While I don't know much about drones yet, I've seen people use them to make awesome photographs and videos, and I want to be able to do that too.
Since I've never flown a drone, I'm looking for a drone that I can use to learn how to fly, it should probably also be able to hover. I like seeing the videos of drones that fly very fast or avoid obstacles with seeming ease. I'm not planning on sneaking up on wildlife, so it doesn't have to be very quiet.
I've been wondering if my first drone should include some camera equipment already or not. If I crash and break a camera, that might be an expensive crash. But if I don't include a camera, how am I going to judge whether I've learned to fly a drone in a way that can capture nice pictures/videos?
I've seen drones being sold in places like toy stores, electronica shops, and specialist shops. There are huge differences in price ranges, and of course in what these drones can do.
But even with the above in mind, I have no idea how to pick a good beginner's model from all of them. What do you keep in mind when picking your first drone, to practice flying and photography/filming with?