In a world with hundreds of RC airplanes to choose from, the Parrot Disco offered an FPV camera experience on a fixed-wing drone.
The term “drone” encompasses a number of machines. Some drones are ground based robots, most are quadcopters, but some are a more traditional fixed-wing design. The Parrot Disco is a fixed-wing craft, which you might consider to be a RC airplane. This style of drone takes a bit more practice to get the hang of, mainly because the craft does not hover, it must be in constant motion to avoid stalling, and at a top speed of 50mph, it can get away from you fairly quick.
The Parrot Disco is officially discontinued, but do not fret, there are many fixed-wing draft out there for you to enjoy.
The Parrot Disco often sold for around $500, but is now more than that, and often sold used.